Faith Mission Temple International in Domah town alone the Robertsfield highway in Margibi County has broken grounds for the construction of a modern educational complex on 10 acres, including hospital to help address the health needs of citizens in that part of the country.
Speaking over the weekend in Margibi County, the Bishop of the Church, Dr. Rodwell Buckley, said the vision is to develop training opportunities for Liberians, reduce extreme poverty and hunger, and promote gender equality thru women empowerment, among others under a three-year project.
Dr. Buckley said the goal is not only to develop, but train Liberians, saying, “If we train our own people to work in the health sector we will not have to go out to other countries for treatment.” He said the project comprises 20 beds hospital, student center, vocational school, and dormitories, among other facilities with an estimated cost of US$35 million.
He said students will be trained to develop skills that would enable them to develop their families. Dr. Buckley added that the Church will bring people from all parts of the world to train Liberians that will be willing to learn. The Faith Mission International Church is a non-for-profit organization dedicated to spreading the word of God.
By Bridgett Milton – Edited by Jonathan Browne