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Rescue Youth Alliance Awards 10 Scholarships

As the Ministry of Education officially opens schools across Liberia, a non-political organization Rescue Youth Alliance has given scholarships/financial aid to 10 less-privileged students in Montserrado County in buttressing government’s effort aimed at improving the educational system.Speaking at the pre-launching ceremony in Monrovia, the founder and Executive Director of Rescue Youth Alliance, Sylvester Cytric Choloplay, Rescue Youth Alliance ‘s CEO at the same time is appreciating his organization’s donors and partners who made their first project a success by providing 10 financial aids to ten less-privileged students back to school for academic school year- 2021.
Speaking at the pre-launching ceremony in Monrovia, the founder and Executive Director of Rescue Youth Alliance called on Liberians to collectively build Liberia’s educational system and stop depending on Liberian Government only.
Amb. Choloplay said if Liberia’s educational system will be improved; there is a need that Liberians stop shifting blames and work individually in supporting students.
He said their first project was made successful through the support and instrumentality of ”Generation Impact”, based in Germany, owned by Julia Shetelig.
”Our organization was first promoted and connected by ”Generation Impact”, a website owned and run by a young innovative youth activist, Ms. Julia Schetelig from Germany, who has been involving in various social and academic activities that promote youth and other impactful activities for youths.
She is a very passionate and friendly youth activist who connected Rescue Youth Alliance to her friend, Bineyam Nani Tumbo in the U.S.A, who organized and created a GoFundMe account for our project and accumulated $500 for a successful project implementation in Liberia, as our first project of sponsoring ten (10) less privileged children back to school ; we are absolutely happy about our achievement thus far and look forward to working with them and other NGOs in support of Goal Four (4) of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ,” REYA’s CEO asserted.
Sylvester Choloplay, a Liberian Active Journalist currently working with FARBRIC 101.1 FM under the network of Spoon Communication Incorporated, named Matadi Community School, C. William Bruskins Elementary School, N. V. Missisquoi Elementary and Junior School and the Special Project High School in Gardnersville, Montserrado County as beneficiary schools where their scholarships were given.
”We actually worked with four (4) schools across Montserrado County and the administrations gave us 20 students (four students for each school), but we awarded financial aids to ten students through our vetting committee headed Ms. Marthaline Seton because we don’t really have money to do more—we need help”, Amb. Sylvester Choloplay intoned.
”We also appreciate the President of the Liberia National students Union, Mr. Mohammed Kandhi Kamara for serving as guest speaker during the distributions of copy books, pens and registration receipts to our school Ambassadors.
We are excited that the Liberia National students Union’s President promised to worke with Rescue Youth Alliance in making more progress in Liberia’s Educational Sector.
Meanwhile Liberia National Student Union president, Mohammed Gandhi Kamara, serving as motivational speaker during the pre-launch of REYA’s scholarships encouraged Liberian students to be passionate about education and at the same time be in the readiness of seeking academic opportunities.
Mr. Kamara admonished Liberian students to utilize academic opportunities and practice the skills of reading that will make them be more passionate about education and stand a chance for better academic opportunities.
He described the local NGO group, Rescue Youth Alliance as a sincere organization that needs to be supported for more progress in the Liberian educational sector.
This organization is really sincere in improving the educational system of Liberian and on behalf of LINSU as we promised to work with it, we call on other big NGOs and the Liberian Government to support Rescue Youth Alliance to realize its vison in our educational sector, LINSU’s president.
The Liberia National Student Union President promised to work with Rescue Youth Alliance to getting less privileged students who are financially destitute but are passionate about education.

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