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Thursday, April 18, 2024

JBS CARE FOUNDATION’S CEO, BOARD CHAIR ARRIVE LIBERIA FROM U.S. SOON

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LIBERIA – The Founder and CEO of the Jomah B. Samuels Care Foundation (JBS Care Foundation) along with the Foundation’s Chairman of its Board of Directors, Messrs. Jomah B. Samuels and Henry Williams, are scheduled to shortly arrive in Liberia from the United States of America, where they currently reside.

Both men will be in Liberia for a period of over a month and are expected to review and inspect the works, progress, challenges, and prospects of the JBS Care Foundation in Liberia, during their stay in the country. They will also, as part of the Foundation’s role, distribute several gift items to orphanages and other needy Liberians during the festive yuletide season.

Founded over three years ago, the JBS Care Foundation is a local non-governmental and not-for-profit organization inspiring hope through help initiatives.

Currently, JBS Care Foundation, as a matter of its target area Margibi County, is positively impacting lives, inspiring hope, and providing assistance through its agricultural and vocational education programs to thousands of citizens and residents in that part of the country.

To date, the JBS Care Foundation, through its Women and Girls Vocational Education Program, has fully funded thousands of females both in lower and upper Margibi County, to acquire vocational skills for self-sustainability and economic empowerment.

The Foundation is also empowering farmers in Margibi, through the provision of farming implements and seeds, enabling over 3,000 farmers in areas such as Doormouth, where the Foundation in line with its vision to inspire hope through help initiatives, is currently funding a 30-acre cassava farm project; Johnny Cooper Town, where cassava is also being cultivated on 15 acres of land space; as well as at Division #4 Camps ‘A’, ‘B’, and ‘C’, where farmers are being funded as they plant pepper and bitter-balls, for food security and self-sufficiency.

Meanwhile, both CEO Samuels and Board Chair Williams, as a part of their itinerary to Liberia, will make a stopover in the Republic of Ghana, where they are expected to have a speaking engagement with a Liberian non-for-profit, Rock Organization, based in the capital, Accra.

The pair, while in Ghana, is also expected to have another round of speaking engagement with hundreds of Liberians still residing at the erstwhile refugee camp, Buduburam, in Ghana’s northern region, and thereafter will provide to Liberians in the decommissioned refugee camp, hundreds of sacs of drinking water.

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