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Liberia is facing significant challenges in its education system, with only one-third of its 5.2 million population able to read and write. Lack of resources and funding for primary education, coupled with high poverty rates, have led to a high number of out-of-school children and school dropouts. The country also faces ongoing issues such as child labor and resistance to education in certain areas, which disproportionately affects underprivileged children. If current trends continue, the country's Millennium Development Goals for education will not be met.

‘I’m inspire and feel prepared for this outstanding cause with the hope that better workforce will emerge in the future as an outcome of distinguished service to young Liberians’
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MARVIE Foundation, a non-for-profit organization in education can overturn the lives, careers and productivity of millions of Liberians. Already a considerable proportion of the adult workforce in Liberia is acutely under-equipped to be eligible for skilled and semi-skilled jobs. In order to build Liberia as a consumer market of global standards, it is very important that every Liberian reaps the benefits of quality education. Thus helping Liberia build a critical human resource base that can overall national competitiveness.

The foundation was dreamt in January 2022 and began its initiative in February 2023.



Work as a catalyst in bringing sustainable change in the lives of underprivileged children with a life-cycle approach of better future. Enable the civil societies in Liberia, Africa and across the world to engage proactively in the change process through philanthropy of civil driven change. Our vision is a Liberia where every child is equally able to achieve their dream by have the right available school materials for primary and junior high education.


MARVIE Foundation a national level of non for-profit organization in Liberia on issues of education directing benefiting underprivileged children and mainstream schools in rural communities. Provide school material to schools and to the doorsteps of underprivileged families. A brilliant way of assisting Liberian government attains the Millennium Development Goals.