An-ongoing assistance to members of the Divine Fellowship Church of Jesus Christ located in CNC, Nimba County. Assistance includes clothes for children, bibles, and weekly feeding for 85 people (men, women, and children).
Kou Yorway Foundation in collaboration with Gbannah citizens in the Diaspora distributed 123 bags of rice in August 2020 benefitting over 400 persons in 13 towns located in Gbannah Clan, Nimba County. The purpose of the distribution was to ease the burden of COVID-19 on the people.
The educational system in Liberia was not well developed to begin with; there were not enough school buildings, nearly all high schools lacked science laboratories, there were no public libraries, there were not enough qualified teachers, and there are no training schools for principals, district education officers, and county education officers. The 14-year civil war worsened an already bad situation by destroying about 70% of school
The civil war devastated the health sector also. Hospitals and clinics were destroyed or looted, and their personnel were either killed or left the country in fear of their lives. Many people in rural Liberia do not have access to health care because facilities are far away, or they do not have the resources to afford care. The Kou Yorway Foundation intends to build and run clinics for the benefit of its students and personnel.
The Kou Yorway Foundation is a Christian organization that runs its programs from a Christian worldview. As such,