Action Now in collaboration with Camp Peace-Liberia provided forty tablets with wifi that contain all subjects from Nursery to 12th grade. The materials are initial supply to schools in District #3 Montserrado County, aimed to providing quality education in the district.
Billie Call Christian School, Revival Temple AG School, Victoria Williams School, Mesiah Mission School, St. Matthew Lutheran and Immaculate Conception Catholic School are some of the beneficiaries.
Speaking at a colorful ceremony held at the Billie Call Christian School, the Executive Director of Camp for Peace-Liberia, Abel Learwellie, said his organization aim is to boost the educational sector of Liberia and provide an enabling learning environment.
Learwellie explained that they are aware of the many challenges students face in Liberia. “We want every individual to work towards those defining moments to give the country better image when it comes to education,” he said.
According to him, the organization work along with Action Now to support schools and students within the districts.
Meanwhile, the Chief Executive Officer/Founder for Action Now, Josiah Joekai, applauded the students who attended the program.
He disclosed that the electronic devices which can store power for six hours can be used for teachers’ lesson plans, students’ notes and assignments.
According to him, his organization holds premium to education, noting his organization providing accessible education to the people of the district in collaboration with partners.
The Montserrado County District #3 aspirant added that the E-Library is a process by which a digital or electronic library is provided to the schools in order to create a good reading routine for the kids.
He said every tablet is a comprehensive library which does the same work as the physical library, and contains all subjects taught in Liberia.