The Informer (Monrovia)

Liberia: DIGWFECOE Fetes Six Villages in 2012 - Says More Donations Ahead

As part of his desire to help reduce the high rate of illiteracy in Liberia, a prominent son the land, Dr. Isaac G. Wiles under his humanitarian organization, the Dr. Isaac G. Wiles Foundation for Education and Community Empowerment Incorporated (DIGWFECOE) under the year 2012, distributed several consignment of assorted educational materials towards its adult illiteracy program in six villages in three counties including Bomi, Montserrado and Margi Counties and has promised to do more ahead.

The Foundation with its intent to engage in the establishment of night schools in elevating adult illiteracy presented dozens of copy books, dozens of reading books, dusters, chalks, a 2.5 KVA generator with gasoline, bundles of electrical wires, light bulbs and other accessories to two towns in Margibi County including Wolala Township in Upper Margibi and Kollie Kaine in Bong Mines.

During of his donations, the Executive Director of DIGWFECOE Tuma Johnson after receiving a white chicken, kola nuts and rice as a sign of welcome, reception and appreciation from the elders of both communities, informed them that the Foundation (a non-profit and non-governmental organization) has made similar distributions in Kpekor, Sabeh both in Montserrado County and Levumah and Bonjeh Towns in Bomi County and was now in Margibi with akin presentation but warned them to take the program serious.

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