Martha and her husband John are both SIFAT graduates working in their community in Liberia.

Project: To build four classrooms for job skills training classes for children in Liberia.


As a result of low employment, many parents in Martha’s community of 20,000 in Liberia cannot afford school fees. In 2010, Frontline Christian Ministries’ school started a study class for children whose parents could not afford to send them to school. This school has overgrown its facilities. There is a need to add four additional classrooms to be used for vocational training to enable students that cannot pursue higher education to learn job skills they can live on for the rest of their lives. These additional classrooms will allow 150 underprivileged children to receive skill training.

Project 19-9: Additional Four Classrooms

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Click on the button above to make an online donation to Martha’s project. Please choose Project 19-9 from the drop-down list.

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To donate by check, please include “Project 19-9 / Liberia” on the memo line and mail to SIFAT, 2944 County Road 113, Lineville, AL 36266


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