ANNIE T. DOE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION is a non for profit organization whose membership is drawn from all races, creeds and ethnicities because we believe that there is power and strength in DIVERSITY. Together as a TEAM, everyone achieves more. We share a common commitment to empower today’s generation for a better tomorrow through securing aids, goods and services to provide christian-based primary education; women Empowerment programs; and basic health care services under-privileged and or marginalized communities. The Annie T. Doe Memorial Foundation will not attempt to subsidize basic education and health services for those who can afford in these communities. Annie T. Doe Memorial Foundation will favor breadth over depth to facilitate the diverse groups of communities that would depend on the basic education, and adult literacy programs we will be providing. We will develop standards that will be used widely across communities. When uniformity is not an issue, existing standards and industry-based education and health care services will be leveraged to maximize the universality.
Giving hope to the less fortune is critical to the Annie T. Doe Memorial Foundation existence. With the collective help of our partners, friends and sponsors, we intend to fight poverty at all cost leaving NO CHILD & WOMEN behind through enriched educational and adult literacy programs.
We share a common commitment to empowering today’s generation for a better tomorrow through securing aid, goods and services to provide basic education; nutritional programs; adult literacy programs for women and basic healthcare to under-privileged and or marginalized communities.
MISSION:
ANNIE T. DOE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION empowers today’s generation for a better tomorrow through securing aids, goods and services to provide christian-based education; programs for women literacy and basic healthcare to under-privileged and or marginalized communities.
VISION:
To improve Africa’s educational profile of only half of children going to primary school, adult literacy rates of less than 40%, and over 50% women illiteracy rate. This is a critical component that has graved implications for Africa’s development which many, including educational scholars and world leaders have indicated that only through education will the continent, and its sons and daughters, be able to meet the demands and challenges of the 21st century.
Purpose
The objectives for which this Organization is formed are as follows:
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To promote positive well-being and community integration for all under-privileged Liberian women and children with limited education and health care services

 

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To foster the development of programs in their behalf

 

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To increase public awareness of the issues surrounding education and health care

 

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To partner with other charitable, public, private, religious agencies and professional groups to help develop and implement educational programs in these communities with ambitious targets for progress toward universal primary education

 

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To solicit and receive funds for the accomplishment of the above purposes

 

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To mobilize resources for the implementation of these programs