The Women of Substance of Delaware Valley Incorporated has awarded secondary education scholarship to 20 girls in the country.
The gesture by the group of Liberian women basing in USA is under the theme “No girl left behind”.
The “No girl left behind” move by the organization is geared towards empowering girls to becoming positive societal icons.
According to Women of Substance President Laura Dixon , their Initiative is extended at college levels where students who obtain 3.5 and above GPA are given the findings and other stupor to continue their education.
The program which this time around has reached in their motherland Liberia will benefit 20 school girls and college students thus lessening burdens on their respective parents.
Madam Dixon noted that her organization is doing all it can to give back to society with the little collection of earnings from members.
According to her women empowerment at fundamental levels is vital and should be actualized to the fullest if Liberia should have women who will make the difference.
“Girls are our hearts and we will try to help build their capacity” she said.
Mrs. Laura Dixon told reporters that the beneficiaries are selection of girls from various schools and will be funded base on their performances and that of their parents.
The women of Substance of Delaware Valley wants parents whose children are benefiting from the program take ownership and send their kids to school.
The Liberian women group basing in the USA said “it will be of no use when children benefiting from their program are not in school” .
This add value to women intervention in the education sector with the level of engagements being Demonstrated by Women of Substance of Delaware Valley .