LIFE GIVING CHURCH'S SCHOOL, LOWER VIRGINIA, MONROVIA, LIBERIA.
PASTOR AND PRINCIPAL OF LIFE GIVING CHURCH & SCHOOL, KELVIN LEO SENEH AND HIS WIFE LITA
Our gracious hosts and stewards of God Most High
Our Partners in Liberia - they have proven to be great stewards of G-d.
DIFFICULTY OF LIFE, LOWER VIRGINIA, MONROVIA, LIBERIA
Perhaps these pictures below summarizes the difficulty of life in most of Liberia. Children have to struggle just for the necessities of life--even what is most basic as pictured here, water.
CHILDREN CHORES - TAKING WATER HOME
These children struggle with a wheelbarrow in the sandy soil to take water in these containers home.
AT THE WATER WELL
If you don't have a well, you don't have water; so you may have to ask your neighbor to use theirs. Mainly children and women are the ones tasked to get water for the home.
A NEW WATER WELL
A resident having a water well installed which involves digging the hole, installing concrete walls, and other mechanical devices.
CHILDREN'S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
It does not matter the age of the children in this program, most have not had any schooling previously, so they are all in the same grade - Kindergarten. These Pictures also show other children in their various grade classes.
SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
If they are hungry, they will not learn--so said my wife--thus the school lunch program was started. Parents/guardians have testified the learnability of the children since this program was initiated. For some, this is the only meal they will have for the day.
YOUNG ADULTS EDUCATION PROGRAM
Providing an opportunity for the less fortunate to achieve their goals, while concurrently giving back by tutoring the Adult Literacy Program
ADULT LITERACY PROGRAM
Empowering these Ebola-surviving, single-household parents/guardians to care for themselves and their children (most of their spouses died from the Ebola Virus from 2014-2015)
CHILDREN'S, TEACHERS, & ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPLIES SHIPPED
Teaching and learning more conducive as the students, teachers, and administration has what it takes to facilitate their respective activities.
Pens, pencils, notebooks, crayons, teaching aids, and a copier, were among the items shipped to these underprivileged population.
Former church building sectioned off into classrooms as the congregation occupy another building