Liberia is a lush, rolling-hill country on the West African coast racked by former civil war and ebola crises.
English is its official language. The country’s capital and largest city is Monrovia. Sierra Leone is its neighbor.
Liberia is Africa’s oldest republic. Before the outbreak of the Ebola epidemic the country had 50 doctors for its population of 4.3 million. The country’s health system was seriously weakened by a civil war that ended in 2003.
Although founded by freed American and Caribbean slaves, Liberia is mostly inhabited by indigenous Africans, with the slaves’ descendants comprising 5% of the population.
According to the CIA World Factbook, the average age of its citizens is 17.9 years.
To read about Pastor David Zawu’s five-year sustainability vision for Liberia, go HERE.
preventing tomorrow’s orphans in Liberia by…
Pastor David Zawu is the overseer of three churches in Liberia. It is his hope to see the church become a bright light in Liberia, lifting his people out of darkness and despair through the hope of Jesus Christ. Go here to learn more.
Pastor Zawu raises goats and owns two plots of land upon which he hopes to grow food to sustain his school and the most vulnerable in his churches. Click here to learn more.
Our goal is to partner with Pastor Zawu to introduce the microloan program to Liberia’s churches. To learn more, please go here.
Pastor Zawu received a dream in 2008 telling him to start a school offering affordable education for families. Now it has over 500 students. Learn more here.