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I say good-bye

Our time is growing short (a couple more days) here, but we are still busy visiting different organizations with our pitch about early childhood educator trainings and meeting some interesting folks and hearing different stories [...]

Peter Levitov makes it to Harper

Having taught in Harper, Cape Palmas, from 1969-71, I was determined to get back “home” as part of the FOL service trip to Liberia. Prior to leaving the U.S., I had made numerous contacts to [...]

Liberian teachers get a lesson in running an NGO

Early childhood grade teachers and their principals, whom FOL has trained in developmentally appropriate teaching methodology since 1999, have formed a non-governmental organization (NGO) to train other teachers in what they have learned. They have [...]

Bosh Bosh

While at Kakata, we were visited by Peace Corps Volunteer Charlene Espinoza, the entrepreneur who has turned her Salala school's girls' club into a thriving business selling beautifully designed and sewn bags, headbands, kindle covers [...]

Reflections from Robyn Peterson

Liberia feels so familiar. It smells like flowers and moisture and things molding. The air is steamy and sometimes breezy when the clouds arrive. There is sprinkling rain, which we ignore, and pouring, pounding rain, [...]

We’re coming yah!

Excerpts from Stephanie Vickers... More later I have been on an internet diet...for the last 13 days. We have had no internet connection and so I have been unable to share photos or adventures and [...]

The internet is down

The group of traveler's is o.k. and healthier than the internet connection at the Peace Corps training area in Kakata. Jim & Pat McGeorge are at Currin Hospital and meeting with Peace Corps Volunteers there. [...]

May 4 and 5th. The journey begins

Stephanie and Carl Albrecht, Deputy Chief of Mission at US Embassy Couldn’t believe that I was getting up at 3:30 AM to travel yet again to Liberia, but I was, and [...]