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LISCOSESS’ President, Dr. Benjamin Wehye commits to partnering with Just A Girl

The president of the LISCOSESS Teachers’ Training College, Dr.  Benjamin Wehye has pledged his institution’s support to partner with Just A Girl in extending our vocational and economic empowerment program to northern Liberia in Nimba County.
The LISCOSESS’ executive was speaking when he graced the ceremony marking the closing and certification of beneficiaries from the 2nd cycle 2 of our vocational program on August 14.
Dr. Wehye announced that his institution will make available an annex at its Nimba County facility that is nearing construction house Just A Girl Initiative to extend our vocational and economic empowerment program to that part of the country.
According to Dr. Wehye, he has observed over the year that there is no concert empowerment program for young people in the county, as such, extending our vocational and economic empowerment program to the women and youths in that area would significantly contribute to the human capacity building of the country and reduce the vulnerability of youths.
“The work and impact of Just A Girl are huge, therefore we would like to partner with Just A Girl to extend this program to the young people of Nimba. We will make available a portion of the facility to house what would be Just A Girl Center in Nimba.” Dr. Wehyee
As his initiation support to the institution, Dr. Wehye donated 1 brand new desktop computer to Just A Girl for our proposed computer literacy program that is expected to be incorporated during the 3rd cycle of the program. He also donated cash of $ 5,000 Liberian Dollars as his way of appreciating the skills training teachers.

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