Liberia: Borough of New Kru Town Women to Benefit from Skills Training, Micro Loans


Monrovia- Several women from the Borough of New Kru Town are set to benefit from the Evelyn Charity Foundation’s humanitarian services.

The Evelyn Charity Foundation (ECF) is a non-governmental and non-profitable charity organization established to improve the living conditions of underprivileged citizens.

The Foundation, in a statement issued on Thursday, announced that some of the services that are expected to be offered to the women include skills training, microeconomic loans and advocacy. 

To set the pace for the grand launch, ECF, in the statement issued by its Executive Director, Harrison C. Slewion, and Public Relations Officer, Benjamin S. Thomas said, it will host an empowerment awareness at the Town hall in New Kru Town this Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 1: pm.

“The purpose of this awareness is to inform and educate the women about the works ECF does and services that are to be rendered. It will then set the pace for launching of the programs. We call on the women of New Kru Town to turnout and make use of these opportunities that are coming their way,” the Foundation said in the statement.

About the Foundation

The Evelyn Charity foundation is a non for profit local organization whose mission is to promote socio-economic and multilateral developmental ideology for young people. The foundation seeks to further strengthen cultural exchange and vocational education which serve as a catalyst for rapid human resource development.

The ECF was founded in 2017 by Evelyn Sarweh Campbell, who currently serves as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The foundation’s “Vision is to also go to all communities across the birth and length of Liberia to provide homecare centers, quality education, women empowerment, awareness on sexual reproductive health and Rights and trying to improve the living condition to all less fortunate Liberian kids through skills training programs.”