Reading Liberia (RL), a comprehensive reading program, has celebrated a successful year with its trainers, teachers, writers, illustrators and publishers. It was its way of saying thanks in recognition of their selfless efforts they are making in the education of the Liberian children.

The beach party which brought together over 200 persons from Reading Liberia project schools and WE-CARE partners, included the awarding and certification of: Abu B. Dukuly of Vonzon Pubic School as RL Teacher of the Year, Wealee B. Varlee of King Gray Public School, RL teacher for the best Decorated Classroom, Abraham Queegbo of C. William Brumskine as RL Most Motivating Teacher, Manu Cole-Bureh of Marvii Sonnii as RL Most Supportive Principal, St. Paul Bridge Community School as RL school with Most Outstanding Library, Pipeline Academy as RL school with Highest number of RL Certificated Teacher, M. Woryonwon Roberts of WE-CARE Foundation as RL Trainer of the Year, James V. Dwalu of LAW as RL Children Book Writer of the Year, Morton Mansa Masan as RL Illustrator of the Year and James Nuwo as RL Most Improved Staff of the Year.

Speaking at the program, Madam Yvonne Capehart-Weah, Coordinator of WE-CARE, thanked the teachers for their contribution towards the education system for a better Liberia and informed the group about the 60,000 copies of the newly arrived Reading Liberia books for distribution to RL schools in 2013.

 Reading Liberia is an education collaborative initiative between the R.J. Braydon Charitable Foundation, WE-CARE Foundation of Liberia and CODE, the Canadian Organization for Development through Education. 



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    January 2013