NEWS

October 3, 2014

WE-CARE FOUNDATION LAUNCHES  “WAITING OUT THE EBOLA CRISIS”

WE-CARE Foundation, a local educational not- for- profit on Thursday, September 17, 2014 launched its Ebola response program named “WAITING OUT THE EBOLA CRISIS.” During the launch in the Township of West Point, the Foundation distributed over 100 parcels of assorted educational materials include flyers on the prevention of Ebola. Speaking to team of reporters, …read full article…

February 13, 2014

WE-CARE Foundation Ends 2nd Phase Teachers’ Training Workshop -Trains 243 –

WE-CARE Foundation, a local education NGO, under its comprehensive readership program—Reading Liberia—has ended its 2nd Phase training workshop for 243 teachers from 23 schools in three counties: Bomi, Margibi and Montserrado. Speaking to reporters, Madam Yvonne Capehart Weah, Coordinator of WE-CARE Foundation, pointed out that the training was meant to further prepare the teachers in …read full article…

January 21, 2014

WE-CARE Trains Illustrators, Writers and Photographers

WE-CARE Foundation, a local Education NGO, under its Reading Liberia program has ended its eighth (8th) training workshop for writers and illustrators at the Market Place on Snapper Hill. The workshop is an initiative of the WE-CARE Foundation and its partner CODE, to build the capacity of writers and illustrators to produce culturally relevant Liberian …read full article…

January 8, 2014

WE-CARE FOUNDATION Honors Liberian Teachers

WE-CARE Foundation, a local non- for- profit education NGO on Saturday, December 28, 2013 held its annual teachers award ceremony with a beach party under the theme “Celebrating Teachers.” The program was held at the Barnes Beach in Thinker’s Village on the Robertsfield Highway. It was attended by teachers of WE-CARE’s Reading Liberia focused schools …read full article…

September 3, 2013

Reading Liberia does it Again

Friday, November 4th was a milestone in the history of Reading Liberia when she certificated the largest number of teachers since her inception about three years ago.  Reading Liberia certificated 33 teachers as “Reading Liberia Teachers” with teaching skills including critical thinking and participatory learning. Also, 24 teachers were certificated as trainers of trainers to …read full article…