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As part of efforts to reduce the illiteracy rate and empower women in Liberia, over 95 women and 6 men have completed phase one and two of the Alfalit adult literacy program in Wee Statutory District #3, Grand Bassa County. 

Alfalit -Liberia Incorporated is an organization established since 2007 and is involved with the teaching of adults under its literacy program through reading and writing skill developments in the 15 counties of the nation.
The participants were recruited from towns and villages around Gorblee in district #3 to form part of the activities that begun in June 2016.
During the presentation of their progress reports on Wednesday June 28 at the civil compound of District #3 ,the county coordinator of Alfalit, Windell Verdier explained that the education program kicked off with 200 students with one of them (Ruth Gardee) travelling to Benin for additional empowerment.
Mr. Verdier stated that despite the progress made, financial support is needed to include skill training such as soap making; pastry and micro financing among others adding that the adults are bread winners for their families.
At the same time, Alfalit National Training and statistics officer, Jerome Williams appreciated the Commitment on the part of the students and admonished them to remain on such path in ensuring a brighter future for themselves.
“Life without education is difficult and as such, women must take serious their education to avoid being overlooked in the society,” Williams said as he committed the organization to the continuation of the program across the country.
Testimonies and demonstration of lessons learned by some of the students (Annie Kollie, Ruth Gardee, Mercy Diggs and Yeanie Caine) at the occasion is a clear manifestation that the program has made and continue to make impacts since they embarked on the adult literacy journey in Grand Bassa County.

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