Miss United Nations Earth, Mollyn Duwelle Jarbo, has assured the students and administration of the Lady Erma Children’s Foundation Precious Gift International School located in Central Monrovia, of her desire to assist the school with food and educational materials.
Miss Jarbo, Liberia’s international model, made the promise recently when she paid a one-day visit to the school. Her visit was to give her the opportunity to render humanitarian assistance to the school.
Jarbo, who won the title of Miss Liberia USA in 2013 and later became the 2016-2017 Miss United Nation Earth, runs a philanthropic organization known as ‘Rise for Africa’ (RFA). The RFA‘s motto is, “Education is the Passport to a Successful Future.”
She believes that with unity and commitment, the country’s education system will once more rise to international standards.
“The best thing that any nation can give her citizens is quality education,” Jarbo told the faculty and students.
She promised to support the school in every way possible so that the students can receive quality education, adding confidently that “the educational system will rise again.”
She expressed her excitement over the manner in which the students welcomed her and displayed their respective academic skills.
Jarbo told the students that her visit was to give back to Liberians particularly the student community what she acquired as a Liberian woman living in America.
Meanwhile, Jarbo has called for partnership among Liberian school authorities and philanthropic organizations to provide the needed education that would speed-up the learning process for pupils throughout the country.