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US Based Charity Organization Identifies With Several In Bassa

The Gbawin Literacy Project has identified with over 200 school going students through the donation of several assorted items in Grand Bassa County.
The items received from the non-profitable organization included book-begs, copybooks, reading books, dictionaries, and bingo games among others, as parents and their kids received them with jubilation.
The vision bearer of the US-based humanitarian organization, James Monxhwedy, who is also the founder and president of the Gbawin Literacy Project told journalists who travelled with the team in Barsee-Giah Town that the donation of the materials to struggling Liberian children was his own way of giving back to Liberian students, especially those from his native land, Grand Bassa County.
According to Monxhwedy, the learning conditions of kids in Liberia are terrible and disappointing, as such, his stay in the United States can never be considered as successful without immensely contributing to Liberia’s education.
The Liberian-American based humanitarian said the students in Garsee-Giah are the most vulnerable and left behind but noted that they can also be compared to other children around the world, if the provision of quality education and a conducive learning environment is provided through the intervention of the Liberian government and its partners.
He added that knowledge is a universal human right, which should be acquired by every individual regardless of which part of the world he or she finds him/herself, but noted that such can only be achieved if they have access to the available opportunities.
“My dream and aspiration for kids in Liberia is to extend my humanitarian program to the fifteen counties of the country, which I foresee in not too distance future. We must all work together to put smiles on the faces of our kids and make them feel like any other kids in the developed World,” he said.
Mr. James Monxhwedy who was accompanied by his wife, a Grenadian-American said as a Non for-profit organization, the Gbawin Literacy Project receives most of its funding from individuals and organizations in the United States of America whose desires are to see a World of equalities and opportunities for all, as such, he intends to wisely use all available materials for the development and benefit of Liberian children.
The head Administrator of Baree-Giah Public, Ziba N. Kwenah, lauded the American based couple, James Monxhwedy and his wife Margaret Thomas for the establishment of such impactful charitable organization that has brought smiles and excitement to less fortunate children who will serve as the next leaders in the future.

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