School-age kids at the program
The founder of the Faith Child Care Center, which caters to orphans, destitute and abandoned children, has disclosed plans to construct a dormitory, clinic and skill training center, including daycare facility, respectively for school-age kids in Nimba County Electoral District#8, who are out of school.
Madam Justina Tee told The New Dawn that the presence of the institution in Whenten town is to buttress government’s education program. She vowed to go to towns and villages across Nimba to gather orphans and destitute kids to have them enrolled at the center as a way of also helping parents.
Madam Tee observed that most of the kids are minors and do not have access to daycare, but are seen with their parents going on the farm. For his part, the coordinator for the Faith Child Care Center Jonathan S. Wilson said the presence of the institution in Nimba is a great relief for parents, who lack the means to send their kids to school.
He called on parents to take advantage of the opportunity to enroll their kids, which will enable them to have a future.
By Franklin Doloquee, Nimba-Editing by Jonathan Browne