What is Organize
Our mission is to inspire the young people of Liberia to be leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build their capacities and inspire innovations by fostering well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication and leadership.
On an April afternoon in 2011, while driving across the Melbourne Causeway over the Indian River Lagoon in Melbourne, Florida; on my way from volunteering with the FIRST Lego League, it dawned on me that I was only few miles away from the Kennedy Space Center.
Organize For Liberia (OFL) vision is to develop young people capacities by ensuring that they are given essential skills through social, economic and educational programs, vital to sustainable development in Liberia.
Organize For Liberia (OFL) core programs are focused on Youths Engagement with emphasis on Girls Education and Teenage Pregnancy. We believe that, educating children and giving them the opportunity to explore with Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programs, will spur innovations within the Liberian communities. These efforts, especially investments in STEM, we believe; will help Liberians to become self-sufficient and ultimately eradicate poverty with the sub-region.
OFL’s youth engagement happens in youth-adult partnerships that are structured so that both groups contribute, teach and learn from each other. At OFL, youth engagement is a central principle of youth development. Accordingly, we believe that young people are agents of their own development.
P. O. Box 2673
Germantown, MD 20875
19th Street Sinkor
1000 Monrovia, 10 Liberia
Organize For Liberia (OFL), Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization working to help the youths of Liberia. Guided by the believe that every life have equal value, Organize For Liberia (OFL), Inc. is working to help the young people of Liberia to lead a healthy, productive lives by harnessing the desire of the communities, to create real and lasting improvements in the life of the youths, especially young girls of Liberia, and turning that desire into collective action.