Alfalit Liberia is the biggest literacy movement in Liberia teaching thousands of Liberians to read and write. It currently has 52 literacy centers.
About Alfalit Liberia
Alfalit International Liberia is the biggest literacy movement in Liberia. An NGO that provides community and human development services teaching people to read and write as well as provides job skills for its thousands of Liberians beneficiaries. It was established in Liberia in 2006 under the business Laws of the Republic of Liberia and has since been duly accredited by t
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Literacy is power. Ms. Masue Porker served as the 2020 International Literacy Day Speaker in Liberia
Ms. Masue Porker served as Guest Speaker of World Literacy Day 2020, after completing her literacy studies.
Alfalit Liberia celebrates World Literacy Day, September 8
This 42 years old learn how to read and write as a result of Alfalit Literacy program in her New Kru Town community. Finding herself working as a caretaker at a local community school, whenever the teacher is not in class she uses the time to teach the kids in order to keep the quite.
This is a woman who never had the opportunity to education when she was a teenager until in her late 30s when she finally came in contact with Alfalit Liberia.
[08/06/20] "Because of Alfalit, today I am educated and I am even helping other children in my community. It is because of Alfalit Liberia I now go to the bank and fill up my on forms and sign for my own money. Most of all and even read my Bible. It i my desire is to advance myself further educationally."
Mafata Kromah was once illiterate. She joined Alfalit in 2017 where she learnt how to read and write. By the time she got at level 2; Alfalit Liberia enrolled her into the job skills program. In 2019 Mafata graduated from job skillss program and now has her own tailoring shop, earning her own money to help her huband.
Across communities in Liberia, Alfalit Liberia Literacy Program is touching lives. These are testimonies of a 52 year old literacy student and the community chair-lady of the Jallah Town Community
[08/06/20] She really did not love the teaching profession. She often said teachers where poor people, but teaching Alfalit adults of the literacy program to read and write grew her passion for teaching. Because of Alfalit she enrolled into teachers' college where she earned an Associate Degree. she has become influential in her community and feels glad that she has and continues to help other illiterate Liberians leave the darkness of illiteracy and now being able to read and write.
Giving Women Reasons To Smile this festive season......, Alfalit Liberia Donates 2,000 bags of rices and other items to WIPNET Liberia for Christmas and New Year celebrations. This gesture is part of Alfalit's Liberia By-Annual donation to the organization. It's being made possible with support from Alfalit International.
Alfalit Liberia begins the distribution of Christmas relief ( Assorted food items) to the Women Peace Building Network. About 2,000 bags of rice, vegetables oil, cooking cube and beans will be distributed to the WIPNET Network in Montserrado, B**g, Bomi, Margibi and Grand Bassa counties.
Now he can Read and write!
This is how student Christopher Nuapan demonstrated his new learning skills by composing this sentence during the Alfalit B**g County's Gradation. #fromdarknesstolight #Literacy4all
Alfalit Liberia Job Skills beneficiareis showcasing hand-made (desiged clothese at Alfalit Liberia's 13th Graduation 2019.
[12/18/19] An Amazing Alfalit Literacy Graduate stir her audience when she introduced the keynote speaker Sister Mary Laurene Brown.
An Amazing Alfalit Literacy Graduate stired her audience when she introduced the keynote speaker, Sister Mary Laurene Brown.
Women of Alfalit Literacy & Job Skills Programs Showcase clothes made by them at Alfalit's 13th Graduation program. These are women who could not read and wr...
Alfalit Bomi County graduates 267 literacy and basic education beneficiaries as former Bomi County Community College President, Dr. Zonbon Norman calls for Local support to Alfalit Liberia Programs.
In a grand occasion on December 10, the total of 1,520 learners of Alfalit Liberia's literacy, basic education and job skills programs in Montserrado County graduated and were formally certified literate. They are now able to read, write, do simple math and have tailoring skills. Thanks to Alfalit International and all sponsors for helping to reduce illiteracy in Liberia. #Literacy4all #Fromdarknesstolight
The total of 1,520 adult learners of the Literacy, Basic Education and Job Skills Program of Alfalit Liberia in Montserrado County parade in celebration of leaving the darkness of illiteracy and coming to the light of education; now being able to read and write.
82 Years old Woman Certified Literate by Alfalit Liberia.
Bindu Kerkulah graduated from the Alfalit Liberia Lower margibi County literacy program on December 7, 2019. She was among 255 graduates.
"I joined Alfalit school because when you are not educated people take advantage of you and you live in darkness. I can read, write and I even want to join the Alfalit tailoring program now after my graduation"
255 adult learners of our literacy, basic education and job skills program in Lower Margibi were over the weekend certified literate.
Joined us in celebrating these learners' achievements as we look forward to the remaining 4 counties graduation ceremonies. #literacy4all #fromdarknesstolight
All is now set for Alfalit Liberia December 2019 literacy and skills training Graduation. More than 3,000 to be certified literate.
There will be 5 big events in each of our operating counties:
Margibi County - 255 graduates set for December 7, 2019
Montserrado County will graduate 336 students on December 10
Grand Bassa 23 students December 11
B**g County 53 student – December 12 and
Bomi County 27 December 13, 2019
Join us in these ceremonies #literacy4all
[11/14/19] Something big is on the way..... It's Alfalit Liberia 2019 Literacy and Job Skills Graduation beginning December 7-13, 2019.
[11/14/19] Something big is on the way..... It's Alfalit Liberia 2019 Literacy and Job Skills Graduation beginning December 9-13, 2019.
Educating a nation is the most powerful tool to fighting ignorance and poverty. Alfalit Liberia Literacy Program contineously touching lives beyond borders, ages, s*x, economic status and colors. #Literacy4all #sharetheimpacts
Read this to the end, It will amaze you. The story of Ms. Sandra Somah:
"I am an international business woman; I travel to Nigeria, Guinea and Ivory Coast for goods, but I constantly faced embarrassment because I was illiterate. Every time I got to the immigration of those countries, I had to appeal to someone to write for me. Sometimes; when I asked people at the airport to help me write, they would just pass by me and would not do it. I also could not even organize and document my expenses from my profits and could not keep records.
But I am grateful that Alfalit Liberia has changed my story. I enrolled in Alfalit through the encouragement of my sister and today I can read, write and fill my own immigration forms whenever I travel to do my business away. Being able to read and write has made me bold and all my fears have gone. Right now I can now keep my record and my business is even doing better then before"
At least 2,000 women of the Women in Peace Building Network (WIPNET) have began benefiting from Alfalit Liberia Bi-annual Donations of food and Non-food items. This donation is made possible with support from Alfalit International. The donation is part of Alfalit Liberia's support to WIPNET for their continuous role advocating for the sustainability of peace in Liberia. This year's distribution is benefiting the WIPNET network across 7 counties in Liberia: Montserrado, Grand Bassa, B**g, Bomi, Lofa, Gbarpolu and Margibi. The cost of the donation is over $ 50,000 United States Dollars.
WIPNET Women Sign Literacy Deal with Alfalit Liberia,
signed a memorandum of understanding over the weekend to intensify the fight against illiteracy common to women.
Read More..... https://www.alfalitliberia.org/2019/09/15/wipnet-women-sign-literacy-deal-with-alfalit-liberia/
Alfalit Liberia joined the world over in celebration of the 2019 Literacy Day, with Cecelia Johnson- a literacy student making the day with her mind-blowing testimony before hundreds of people at the Monrovia City Hall and on Spoon FM,
Cecelia signs her name in a visitor’s log at a local radio station.
Few years back this now 62 years old woman would run away from anything that would require her reading and writing. The simple reason was because she was illiterate. But now at the verge of graduating from the Alfalit Liberia Literacy and Basic education Program Cecelia, she faces that embarrassment no more!
It was amazing to stand by and watched Cecelia logged her details in the guests’ log at Spoon FM after appearing on a talk show; where she shared her story of her new reading and writing skills in Alfalit.
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Ciatta Mai Gogbeh dux(valedictorian) of St. Pius the 10th Catholic High School 12th grade class.
"You can be what you want to be, take your lesson seriously and never see yourself as being inferior to anyone; don’t see it like boys can do better than girls. A boy can never do better than you, God created you both with the same mind and the same brain; you should always wish for the sky, let it be your limit, thanks to Alfalit and L-GM. Alfalit L-GM supports 6,350 students each year at all levels.(colleges, grade schools, technical and vocation)
From zero literacy, 38 years old Kebeh Sackie leaves the darkness, of illiteracy and now a woman with skills. Thanks to Alfalit International. #nevertoolatetolearn #literacyforall
When we help the poor and most vulnerable children get education, we do unto the Lord. A mother of 2 shares tears in apprecition to Alfalit L-GM support to her kids education.
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