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Welcome Remarks From Our Interim President - Khadija J. Beatty

As I start as the Interim President of this prestigious Association, which was registered on November 16th, 2016. I am honored and proud to present the welcome message and the goals for 2017-2018. 

I would like to congratulate the interim executive and members of the Association for their commitment and dedication to the mission of our Association.  Members are currently working diligently in the association organizing fundraising campaigns in which many of our compatriots and friends will be involved.  Our Goal is to raise $500.000.00, (Five Hundred Thousand Dollars) by May 2018. The total donations to be received from all of the events are to be used to change the lives of the current students at the Methodist Girls’ High School (MGHS) located at Wilberforce, Freetown, Sierra Leone.

One of the goals of the Association is to make sure that the majority of students in need receive help which will enable them to study in a better environment and to be provided with uniforms, books, transportation, sex education and abstinence, and pure drinking water. Erecting another building, will help reduce student’s congestion and pave the way for students to attend school in a single morning shift.  To achieve this noble goal, we will continue to be committed as dedicated members of this Branch.  Kindly visit the events section of the Association’s website to apprise yourselves of our activities, and mark your calendars so that you also can be a part of the vision to improve and sustain the living conditions of our students.

I am also honored to thank all future sponsors, organizations, members, and private persons, who care for the students and our passion.  

We all know that Sierra Leone was in a brutal war which lasted for ten years.  This, in fact, added more problems for students, because the economic situation became more desperate.  The separation of students from their families due to this conflict also added to the financial constraints of families and students alike.

Members will always remember those who died including so many of Sierra Leone’s best doctors. ( Continue Reading )