Our Stretching Hands Ministry is a Chicago faith-based non-profit organization who support Liberian women and girls by shipping, food, clothing and water to Liberia. Liberia Medical Relief is non-profit organization who are healthcare providers who purchase medical supplies and provide their healthcare services free of charge. In Liberia, Monrovia gender inequality means many systemic systems of social organizations that grant greater power and privileges to men.
In Liberia, Monrovia gender oppression and concentrated poverty. For instance, ages 4- 18 years old are experiencing sexual assault weekly. Our Stretching Hands Ministry and Liberia Medical Relief are community partners and they both want global gender equality to be a reality for the Liberian girls and women. Both organizations have collaborated efforts seeking social justice for the future of the Liberian lives of young girls and young women. They have a faith-oriented mission to build a resource center entitled.” Liberian Healthcare and Vocational Training Center”. The center cannot be built on faith alone. The new resource center will be a safe haven which will address a myriad of the gender inequities in Liberia, Monrovia.
This new community building “Liberia Healthcare and Vocational Training Center’ will them to have wrap around services, resources to provide them with a safe haven from being violated humanely. This community center will allow them build a sense of purpose to believe that there are people that care about their safety. As faith-based community partners we cannot make micro-level changes with macro-level forces within the systems of society. The surge of gender oppression has sky rocketed since the needed new community resource center, water cases, medical supplies, healthcare services, home economic and cosmetology training. Please help us with your donations to create visible social change in Liberia, Monrovia for saving lives. Your donation will make a difference in the life of these girls and young women lives because they have been forgotten.
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