The Movement for Sustainable Alternative (MOSA) has donated food and non-food items to three schools operating in slum communities in the country.
The donation is part of MOSA’s effort to support school going gain education in Liberia.
MOSA through its Communication Officer, Abdul A. Kamara, said MOSA as a non- profitable institution intends to identify with school going kids especially those living in slum communities, who parents were finding it difficult to get regular meals for them before they could go to school.
The schools that benefited from the donations included Juah Sarwee Memory Welfare Institute in New Kru Town; West Point based Academic Treasury Academy (ATA), and Better Foundation Elementary and Jr. High school in District #17, Montserrado County.
He intimated that research conducted by MOSA shows that some elementary schools are in deplorable condition thus exposing kids to health hazards.
Mr. Kamara said MOSA with support from sponsors presented some cartoons of nutritional rice and 864 plastic bags of dietetic food items to the three schools as the institution’s way of identifying with the less privileged kids to get meals as they continue their education.
He then called on the authorities at the Ministry of Education to visit all accredited schools operating here especially in slum communities.”
The role of MOSA is beyond redirecting the future of the country with the Moto: “Drive to Make Tomorrow Better through a Sustainable Alternative.”
MOSA is also involved in seeking scholarships for students to pursue higher education as well as provide tutorial classes for students who are slow to learn.
One of the beneficiaries, Pennyenneh D. Jlay, Principal of ATA expressed gratitude to MOSA for the gesture and promised to use the items for its intended purpose.