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CRF extends activities to Margibi

A Non-governmental organization, Cry Respond Foundation or CRF extends its vocational training program to Weala, Cinta Township, Margibi County.

CRF aim is to bring relief to children, women and people living with disabilities through meeting some of their needs. The group is also impacting vocational skills to its beneficiaries.

Among others, Foundation teaches driving, soap making, tie and dye, agriculture, hair dressing and tailoring as well as weaving skills.

It already has branches in Bong and Montserrado Counties with plan to extend to other counties under the leadership of Executive Director Princess Pabayee.

Speaking to reporters recently, Miss Pabayee explained CRF was established about three years ago by a group of artists and evangelists, who saw the need of founding an NGO to bring relief to disadvantaged Liberians.

She said the group currently is in three counties, Montserrado, Margibi, and Bong with over 300 beneficiaries, many of them visually impaired.

By Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi–Editing by Jonathan Browne


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