As the academic year gradually zooms in, Camp for Peace Liberia along with its partners has concluded phase-two distribution of e-books to several schools in Kakata, Margibi County. The distribution which took place on Thursday, June 29, 2017 benefited the following schools: St. Paul Lutheran High School, Bowker Washington Training Institute, Kakata Demonstration School and the Lago Lipa High School
Making the donation on Thursday, the Executive Director of Camp for Peace Liberia, Mr. B. Abel Learwellie said, the e-book will ease some of the numerous academic challenges these schools are facing. He said the next 12th graders will find the e-book very useful as they prepare to face the WASSCE in the coming year. Mr. Learwellie encouraged teachers and students to make full utilization of the e-book as they contained all the core subjects including Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Calculus, etc. Mr. Learwellie used the occasion to extend appreciation to the Rumie Initiative in Toronto. He further disclosed that negotiation is currently ongoing between CfP Liberia and the Rumie Initiative to bring into the country 10,000 to 15,000 of the Rumie for many schools and students to benefit.
Speaking on behalf of their respective institutions, the administrators extended deepest appreciation to Camp for Peace Liberia for their gesture. They promised to add the tablets to their library and to be used for the intended purpose. They underscored the challenges they faced in assessing modern resource materials that are commensurate with prescribed textbooks and lessons. They strongly assured Camp for Peace Liberia of their commitment in making sure that the tablets will be used for the intended purpose.
It can be recalled that since 2014, Camp for Peace Liberia has distributed a total of over 800 pieces of educational tablets to schools across the country. Camp for Peace Liberia considered this initiative as one of the most innovation approach aimed at helping teachers and students improved their teaching and learning process