Kamara Town Public School

Kamara Town Public School Project

The school is populated by 288 students within 3 villages with only 3 classrooms and blocks for armchairs. It has to run two sessions due to limited number of classrooms.

  • Raised: $200
  • Goal: $20,000

HOKATHS rose to the challenge and established a working partnership with Kamara Town Public School to build the capacity of the school to provide quality education. On April 30, 2019, we provided 125 armchairs to the students to make their learning more comfortable. This initiative has brought joy to the students, their parents and teachers, and the rest of the community.

As you can see from the picture to the left our classrooms are very inadequit for a safe learning enviorment. Some students are forced to sit on blocks do to the lack of basic chairs.

Georgina Kamara, the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) head, was grateful for HOKATHS’ efforts, “We are thankful for the project and God continues blessing; these chairs will be secured and be used on campus only.” She said with a smile. During the distribution, the School Principal Madam Joy Wesseh sincerely said, “This project is a blessing for our children and words are powerless to express but we appreciate the coming of House of Kanaf”. The armchairs were turned over by our founder, Mr. Eric Oforikuma. He was happy to share these words, “We will continue to put smiles on the faces of our children. These armchairs are owned by the community now. From now on, we will work together to give quality education to the future leaders of Liberia, our great and dear country”.

HOKATHS completed this project worth $2,150 on April 27, 2019 after 21 working days. Our group made a commitment to further support Kamara Town Public School by building classrooms, an initiative we are focused on this 2019-2020. Support Kamara Town Public School and help us achieve our goals for the school community. Let the students feel the comfort of a well-equipped classroom as they learn, discover and grow in their second home.

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Your own time, money, school supplies and skills are their hope so they can pay it forward and help their families and neighboring communities in the future.

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