Liberia’s international model Miss United Nations Earth Mollyn Duwelle Jarbo has assured students and the administration of the Lady Erma Children Foundation Precious Gift International School in Central Monrovia of her desire to assist the institution with food and educational materials.
She made the pledge recently during a one-day acquaintance visitation to the school. The Liberian international model, who runs a philanthropic organization ‘Rise for Africa’ (RFA), in 2013 won the Miss Liberia-USA title and subsequently became the 2016-2017 Miss United Nations Earth.
Rise for Africa has a slogan called ‘Education Is the Passport to a Successful Future.’ Miss Jarbo said with unity and commitment, Liberia’s education system will rise again.
Addressing students and staffs of the school, the young and promising Liberian said the best thing that any nation can give to her citizens is quality education.
She stressed that with quality education, the country’s educational system is bound to rising again to give hope to pupils across the country, who are in dire need of education.
The international model indicated that she was impressed by the overwhelming and pleasant welcome accorded her and her delegation, adding that they were highly touched by the excellent performance displayed by the students.
She said her visit to the institution was aimed at giving back to Liberians, particularly students some of what she has acquired as a Liberian woman based in the United States of America.
She called for partnership amongst Liberian school authorities and philanthropic organizations in order to provide those needed educational packages that would speed-up the learning process of pupils throughout the country.
Miss United Nations Earth said partnering with other viable institutions around the world is one of the best ways to mobilize resources that would help to improve the future of Liberian children.
By Emmanuel Mondaye`-Editing by Jonathan Browne