Liberia Mission is dedicated to offering education access for impoverished students in Liberia.

82% of the poorest primary aged children in Liberia are out of school and we provide scholarships and tuition subsidies to make it possible for these students to attend. We offer K-9th grade education on Liberia Mission and then sponsor the ongoing education of students in local high school and universities.

Want to learn why education is so important for our community? Check out the video below or our blog post, Why Education Matters

Want to help a child have access to our program? Become a Student Sponsor!


 

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  Our Students are from Diverse Backgrounds    Our students come from a variety of backgrounds and locations in Liberia. We embrace and empower their stories by providing them a safe place to grow and access to schooling.

Our Students are from Diverse Backgrounds

Our students come from a variety of backgrounds and locations in Liberia. We embrace and empower their stories by providing them a safe place to grow and access to schooling.

  We Educate over 500 students total and 450 through our K-9th grade school.   St. Anthony's is our K-9th grade school on Liberia Mission's grounds. We have over 450 students attending our program who all receive tuition assistance and are taught by a team of local Liberian teachers.  

We Educate over 500 students total and 450 through our K-9th grade school.

St. Anthony's is our K-9th grade school on Liberia Mission's grounds. We have over 450 students attending our program who all receive tuition assistance and are taught by a team of local Liberian teachers.  

  We Believe in Providing Equal Access to Education for Boys AND Girls   77% of the poorest girls ages 7-16 in Liberia have never been to school. We work to change that by offering girls equal access to our education program.

We Believe in Providing Equal Access to Education for Boys AND Girls

77% of the poorest girls ages 7-16 in Liberia have never been to school. We work to change that by offering girls equal access to our education program.