The International Learning Institute-Youth Initiatives (ILI-YI) has commenced the second quarter under the theme, “Time 2 Read.”
At the same time, the ILI-YI has commended the management of a privately-owned Morweh Energy Group for its “hard work and tireless efforts,” in supporting the ILI-YI as the entity commenced her national journey; with a just-ended successful 1st Quarter.
The organization has also extended gratitude to the Ministry of Education (MOE), and congratulated all other locally-based advocacy groups for consideration in a long-term fruitful partnership with them as they continue their national journey towards youth development.
“We say keep talking, continue to play that role. We ask that you don’t stop now, but become more proactive…. our time is now. Our time is here, and we as youth, must solve this national crisis together –Youth Development,” the entity’s leadership has said.
The ILI-YI Team has earlier engaged in closely monitoring the work of major youth groups in Liberia where they have studied all mechanisms being used in solving the Youth Developmental Crisis.
According to country director ILI-YI, Ambassador David Dean Sr., his entity has applied several approaches and have exhausted, except one, which include the practical approach that has been divided into three pillars such like service, education, and mentoring.
However, Mr. Dean said, the ILI-YI applaud all advocacy groups locally for their tireless effort in trying to solve this problem, “and we say bravo thus far for groups like the Federation of Liberian Youth (FLY), LINSU, YAI, NU VISION, etc… we need your expertise that we may solve this problem together, because we embrace the spirit of unity through which success is sure.”
“As we begin our 2nd quarter with the Morweh Energy Group, MOE, Press Union of Liberia (PUL) and all Advocacy groups locally and internationally, we have become one team and must remain a blessing to this Nation.”
Through this medium, Amb. Dean requested every citizen, foreigner, guests to join the ILI-YI for her 2nd Quarter as we begin practical approach by volunteering 30 minutes of your busy schedule to teach a “less fortunate child” to read.
The project is launch on the motto; “Feel the difference. Make the difference!”
Teach with us every Wednesday and Friday – (12noon-2pm) at our Resource Lab located on Crown Hill, Broad Street Opposite YMCA at our Head Office.
The ILI-YI says it has also begun decentralizing its activities into Jallah Town, Buzzy Quarter and West Point communities in Monrovia respectively.
“The youth of Liberia is the country’s wealth, therefore, we must protect them, we must continue to remain a blessing to mama Liberia,” Amb. Dean noted.
In response, the CEO and President of Morweh Energy Group, Christopher Neyor expressed gratitude to the institution for their outstanding performance in up lifting the one-one-education program in the country, and their immense contribution to the country rebuilding process.
According to Mr. Neyor, Liberians people should learn to empower other most especially those that are in need, among them, the less fortunately ones to shape their living condition to another level.
He used the occasion to call on people in authority to stop empowering people for expectation such like the politicians that are involved with the idea of assisting citizens during the political period.
He urged ILI-YI leadership to use for its intended purpose whatever is given to them for the benefit of others.