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AMERICAN CHILDREN HELPING LIBERIAN CHILDREN

Today Tuesday May 16, 2017 at 8:00AM I was invited by my good friends (the students), parents and school administration of Westminster Christian Academy (WCA) in Lafayette Louisiana to come and give them an update on their sister’s school in Liberia called Heart of Grace (HOG). WCA runs from pre-school through elementary. Heart of Grace [...]

By | May 16th, 2017|Educational Partnership|0 Comments

Asking for used laptops, cell phones and ipads for Liberia.

Eric Wowoh Founder/CEO of Change Agent Network is kindly asking for used laptops, cell phones and ipads for Liberia. Americans and all of us from other countries who are living in the US, are the most gifted, most able, with the most ability, knowledge and resources in the entire world. But we are the least [...]

By | May 13th, 2017|Educational Partnership|0 Comments

Eric and New Team Heading to Liberia June 2017.

Don't complain about taking out the trash, God’s blessings upon your life is evidence by the trash you produce every day. People who have nothing, don’t worry about trash because they must eat that trash to survive!. God willing, I am leaving for Liberia again the first week in June 2017 with a team of [...]

By | May 12th, 2017|Educational Partnership|0 Comments

HOG School Extension Project in Liberia.

I am still here in Liberia working in the various schools we have jointly built to break the cycle of poverty in the country. I was supposed to be back to the US about a week ago. But I had to postponed my trip again because of some leadership and financial issues that I need [...]

By | February 28th, 2017|Educational Partnership, School Construction|0 Comments

Container Finally Released from Seaport in Liberia

We want to thank the Almighty God for His grace, favor and wisdom in enabling us release our container of educational,  medical and other supplies from the seaport of Monrovia Liberia today January 26, 2017 at about 1:00am local time. The container was finally delivered to our Headquarters School, Heart of Grace High School in [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|Container Shipment, Educational Partnership|9 Comments

What Do You See in 2017? Happy New Year in advance!

I have had the awesome opportunity of working and partnering closely with Rev. Jackson and his dynamic wife Harriet Quenisear. These couples are some of the most powerful and inspiring Liberian Family I have ever met since we came back to Liberia from the refugee camp in exile to rebuild the country after the civil [...]

By | December 27th, 2016|Educational Partnership, Personal Story|0 Comments

BUILDING MORE SCHOOLS IN LIBERIA AT CHRISTMAS!

Merry Christmas to everyone! December is the month of adding values to all of our lives. 2016 has been a good year but we hope and pray that 2017 will be a better one. Last week, I had the honored and opportunity of meeting Mr. Jesse Matthews in person for the very first time since [...]

By | December 24th, 2016|Educational Partnership, School Construction|3 Comments

Serving and Giving Back at Christmas

Mrs. Amanda Kollie is taking of and serving as the mother to 21 children, 16 girls and 5 boys.  I met her in 2012 when we were still building the Triple “A” School in Gbarnga, Bong County, Central Liberia. She came to see me at the school construction site along with all of these precious [...]

By | December 21st, 2016|Educational Partnership|0 Comments

3rd Updates from Eric Wowoh in Liberia.

Merry Christmas in advance! The month of adding value to all of us lives, Jesus is the REASON for the SEASON. I am still in Liberia working to get our containers of educational, medical and other humanitarian supplies from the seaport of Monrovia, Liberia. A week and the half ago, I took few days out [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|Educational Partnership, Schoo Trip|0 Comments

Happy Belated Thanksgiving To All Americans!

On behalf of CAN, the people and children of Liberia, we say Happy Belated Thanksgiving to all of our American Families, friends and supporter. Sorry we couldn’t send you this message yesterday because of very bad internet connection in this part of the country in Liberia. May the Almighty God continue to water and refresh [...]

By | November 25th, 2016|Educational Partnership, School Construction|0 Comments