Monrovia

Niapele Project School Nutrition Program

Niapele Project School Nutrition Program

Results: Final Report

As one of the only tuition-free private schools in Liberia, the Carolyn A. Miller Elementary School (CAMES) provides free education to over 600 primary and secondary school children – war affected youth, primarily orphans, returnee-refugees and abandoned children.

The GO grant awarded to CAMES enabled them to renovate the school’s cafeteria, purchase the necessary cookware and run the school-wide Niapele Project School Nutrition Program for a year. This program ensures that the students receive all the necessary nutrients for healthy physical and intellectual development, allowing them to focus in class, thereby increasing learning capacity, and, ultimately, the quality of education.

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