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Ihezie Foundation Boosts education reforms in Liberia

Written on:September 20, 2016
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IheZie Foundation- through its ( Book Relief Africa), has donated 100,000 text books to the Ministry of Education

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London September 19, 2016—As Liberia deepens ongoing policy and instructional approaches, aimed at ensuring quality and better prepared students across the country- United Kingdom based charity IheZie Foundation- through its ( Book Relief Africa), has  donated 100,000  text books to the Ministry of Education, through the Office of Vice President, his Excellency, Amb. Joseph Nyumah Boakai.

Ihezie foundation chair, Aloysius Ihezie, informed partners and beneficiaries – that the books are assembled based on the United Kingdom’s supervised and approved standards- emphasizing that the supplies are of the desired academic value.

Mr. Ihezie, led an array of dignitaries including representatives of Liberia and Sierra Leone, through the foundation’s book supply and storage site, in Milton Keynes-outside London on Friday; asserting that Ihezie is motivated to increase the number of students with access to quality text books in sub-Saharan Africa.

The foundation indicates that they remain upbeat about the need to explore its partnership with educational authorities, charities and others individuals of goodwill in the United Kingdom- to deliver quality books to students in Africa.According to a dispatch from the  Embassy of The Republic of Liberia near London, Ihezie Foundation recognizes that education is a vital pathway to creating the economic conditions that supports dignity, health and the well-being of all.

 The group’s case for Africa book supply is further strengthened by findings of the World Bank  2015 survey,  that only 1 of 20 students in Sub-Saharan has access to textbooks.

Ihezie, through book retailers as well as universities, student groups and academic publishing houses in the UK, ensures the donation and distribution of a million textbooks annually to schools and universities in Africa.

The Member of Parliament for Milton Keynes South, Ian Stewart, speaking at the presentation ceremony, said the efforts by the Ihezie foundation, is monumental and transformative.

Groups such as Ihezie, represent a firm commitment and shining display of collaboration that drive productivity around the globe.

The First Secretary and counsel, at the Embassy of the Republic of Liberia, accredited to the Court of Saint James, Mr. J. Napoleon Toquie II, who coordinated the efforts, hailed the donation as laudable and timely.

He recounted the commitment of the government of the Republic Liberia, successfully delivering access to education to Liberians.  

With more than a million and a half students in schools nationwide; Mr. Toquie stressed that Liberia has now  elevated the question of access to education and is now engaged with guaranteeing quality .

Additional learning resources, he asserted, will evidently generate greater productivity.

The Liberian diplomat expressed confidence that the intervention of the  Ihezie Foundation, is a great beginning that will be cherished and consolidated.

By June 2015, Liberia recorded more than 1.5m students, attending over  5,000 Public and private schools across the country, according to the Ministry of education.

The books donated includes the below listed subjects:

. Dictionaries .Maths Books. English Books .Science Books. Biology books .Physics Books, .GCSE Books, .Engineering, .Information, .Technology and computing, .World Atlases, .Medicine, .Business Studies & Economic, .General Knowledge, .Tertiary Books, .Law, .Literacy Building Books

 

Signed

Albert Kjlatoe Jaja

Minister Counsellor for Press and Public Affairs

Embassy of the Republic of Liberia

London

United Kingdom

 

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