— Launches Inclusive Educational Program for the Visually Impaired
Brewerville, Liberia – In a significant leap towards inclusive education, Lott Carey Baptist Mission School, a leading senior high school in Brewerville, Liberia, headed by Rev. Emile Sam-Peal has launched an inclusive education program for visually impaired students. Speaking to the press, Reverend Sam Peal expressed heartfelt gratitude to Lott Carey International for the generous donation of Braille learning equipment. The transformative equipment, made possible through the dedicated efforts of Reverend Emmett Dunn, CEO of Lott Carey International, is set to make a lasting impact on the lives of visually impaired students.
The donation, comprising state-of-the-art Braille learning tools and resources, is a testament to Lott Carey International's commitment to fostering inclusive education globally. The school is now equipped with the necessary tools to provide quality education to visually impaired students, breaking down barriers and opening doors to a brighter future.
Reverend Emmett Dunn's instrumental role in facilitating this generous donation underscores Lott Carey International's dedication to making education accessible to all. Reverend Dunn's vision aligns seamlessly with Lott Carey Baptist Mission School's mission to create an environment where every student, regardless of abilities, can thrive academically.
The Braille learning equipment has already begun making a significant impact, enabling the school to enroll two exceptional students, John Jusu and Elijah Mento. Both students, who are blind, now have the opportunity to pursue their education alongside their sighted peers, creating an environment that celebrates diversity and promotes equal opportunities.
John Jusu, a determined and bright student, expressed his gratitude, saying, "I am excited to have the chance to learn and grow just like any other student. The Braille equipment has opened a new world of possibilities for me."
Reverend Sam-Peal principal of Lott Carey Baptist Mission School remarked, "We are profoundly grateful to Lott Carey International for this transformative gift. The Braille learning equipment has not only expanded our capacity to educate, but it has also enriched the school's culture of diversity and inclusion."
The entire Lott Carey Baptist Mission School community extends its deepest appreciation to Lott Carey International and Reverend Emmett Dunn for their commitment to empowering every student with the tools they need to succeed. Reverend Sam-Peal over the years has been a strong supporter of the School of the Blind located in Brewerville. The Braille learning equipment serves as a beacon of hope, demonstrating that education knows no bounds and that, when given the right resources, every student can reach their full potential.
As the school continues to embrace inclusivity, this donation marks a historic moment in Lott Carey Baptist Mission School's journey toward providing quality education for all, leaving an indelible mark on the lives of John Jusu, Elijah Mento, and countless others who will benefit from this thoughtful contribution.The Lott Carey Baptist School is a Kindergarten to 12th Grade learning institution established in 1908 by the Lott Carey Foreign Missions. The school is named to honor the first African-American Baptist Missionary Rev. Lott Carey who purchased his freedom in 1813 and moved to Liberia in 1821. To make a donation their programs or to learn more,the school can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org