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A non-profit organization named Action Against Societal Ills (ACASI) has been launched in Monrovia, with aim to give humanitarian support, education and provide capacity building programs to underprivileged youth living mostly in slum communities across Liberia.

The launch of ACASI on Friday, 27 September witnessed scores of young people marching through Vai Town on the Bushrod Island ahead of an indoor program held at the A. VamuyanCorneh Market facilities.
ACASI boasts of having partners all around the world, including in Europe, America and across Africa.
At its launch, the group says its objective is to continue to build an African ideology to support one another in all positive initiatives that will develop the African continent and its people.

The founder and president of ACASI, Mr. Ousman M.S. Dorley said in a keynote speech that the institution’s membership and partnership engagements cut across religion, sex, ethnicity, educational status, physical structure and nationality.

He says ACASI has partners all around the world, including in Europe, America and Africa.
According to Mr. Dorley, ACASI is a non-profit organization operating in Liberia with a singular aim to give humanitarian support, education and provide capacity building programs to underprivileged youth living mostly in slum communities towards sustainable empowerment and healthy living.

Further, Mr. Dorley indicates that ACASI envisions to innovatively champion developmental focus initiatives that will continue to improve, impact and sustain its smart goals to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities, educating the youth so that they can gain the confidence and skills to be reintegrated into mainstream society.

He says the institution’s mission dwells on improving the quality of life for underprivileged young people, mostly living in slum communities of Liberia.Dorley urges other young people to get on board as the organization moves forward.By Winston W. Parley

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