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Most adoptive parents normally work with adoption agencies in the U.S., which in turn liaises with an orphanage or organization in Liberia prior to initiating the adoption process. The organization in Liberia must be registered with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.
In recent years, the Government of Liberia has made significant advances in strengthening the child protection system, in particular with alternative care. The Guidelines for Trinity Children Care, Foster Care and Supported Independent Living in Liberia paper has been produced as part of the efforts made to continue this advancement.
Young people in Liberia need mentoring and helping hands to build themselves up into a generation of strong leaders, working to re-
The centre welcomes thousands of seafarers through its doors every month, and facilities now secured with the help of this donation, include a chaplain’s office for counselling and advice services, a library and reading room, telephone, email and internet workstations, television and a kitchenette for light refreshments.
We believe that our programs inspire and create change. We empower our youth to have the voice, capacity and means to design, implement and monitor that change. This process has a cost. While we try our hardest to keep costs at a minimum and maximize our impact we are always in need of material donations and financial support. Please consider becoming a part of our national and international fundraising campaigns.
Trinity Children of Liberia is an accredited youth organization established in 2004 to help address the need for grassroots participation in nation building, following the civil conflict, which nearly decimated the population. Trinity Children of Liberia is dedicated to changing illiteracy and promoting reconciliation, reconstruction, peace, development and better and healthier lifestyles in Liberia through crime prevention, youth empowerment and youth employment.
Trinity Children is a 501 C organization based in Monrovia, Liberia and working with disadvantaged, underprivileged and street children and youth who can not afford to go to school due to financial problem. Today, through the effort of some friends, the organization is now providing free basic primary education to about 130 (hundred) students at the Learning Center.