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First Lady Identifies with Schools, Orphanage

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Monrovia: At least two schools and an orphanage in Montserrado and Margibi Counties have benefited from a consignment of chairs, desks, bunk-beds and mattresses donated by the Office of First Lady of Liberia, Madam Clar M. Weah.

The First Lady’s Office recently provided a total of 100 chairs and desks to the Heritage Christian Academy and Precious Gift International School, located in the Central Monrovia’s communities of Slipway and Clay Street respectively.

In Margibi County, the Peter Sayklon Orphanage, situated on Bong Mines Highway on the outskirts of Kakata, received over 50 bunk-beds and mattresses.

During separate presentations, staffers of the office said, the donations were in response to the dire need for such support at many underprivileged schools and orphanages.
Social Services Coordinator, Kayea Dorbor, and Protocol Officer, Joe Stevenson Morris, noted that the First Lady cares about addressing the plights of underprivileged Liberians and has always intervened in ways that bring immediate relief.
Kayea and Joe disclosed that the donations will boost the learning conditions and the overall wellbeing of children of the respective schools and orphanage.

The donation is not the first of its kind.
As a “Mother of the Nation,” Mrs. Weah continues to reach out and identify with the less fortunate people of Liberia through her office and foundation, the Clar Hope Foundation, a press release from the office said.

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