To Battle Hunger In COVID-19 Fight:  Virtuous Women, Liberian Diaspora Group Reaches Out To Vulnerable Population In Liberia


 A group of young women under the banner Virtuous women in the United states have reached out to group of valuable Liberians in the midst COVID 19 lock down in Liberia.

The group dominantly determine and courageous women residing in the United States of America donated food times to the vulnerable population in Liberia which they noted in such crisis time are forgotten but should be well attended to.

Consisting of nine friends who share the same ideas, the group believes that the most vulnerable in society are battling everyday and their gesture is their way to shine the spotlight on the often forgotten people in society.

 They used the occasion to call on other well-meaning Liberians to do their part in helping their neighbors as the collective survivability rest on the simple things a widow’s might contribution especially during this crisis period.

 It can be recalled in 2019 December the humanitarian body identified with the blind and the disable Communities in Monrovia and its environs through outreach and other needed activities.

Plans according to them are also underway to exponentially increase the scholarship schemes to other parts of the country for the betterment of the nation and its people.

Meanwhile The brains behind the gesture are nine friends who share a common agenda to help humanity and they are: Emma Collins Karbar, Alice J. Massadee, Rachelle Russell, Peachu Yates, Dr. Emma Jean Boley, Nathaline Love Jahnagile, Nmano Johnson, Nasrin Omer, and Maima Minor.


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