In February 2015, we recently launched free tutoring classes in Freetown, Sierra Leone to assist with the education of students affected by school closure due to the Ebola virus. A total of 40 students are now enrolled in February. More parents would like to have their children participate in this program but we are limited due to adequate funding. Though schools have recently reopened, we intend to continue our services to students and help them regain lost times.
We are pleased to announce the success of our students in the past exams in Sierra Leone which is a proof of the effective preparation in the tutoring classes.
Shipment of used clothes and other household items donated by Network of Black Business and Professional Women finally arrived in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire to support our students and their families. The distribution will be done in September