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FOOD4KIDS BENEFIT CONCERT AND DINNER NIGHT - LIBERIA - JULY 14, 2017 HAMILTON, CANADA -NOVEMBER 4, 2017

To support the launching of the Food4Kids program in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, Key-Action Network is hosting Benefit dinner and Award Night both in Monrovia Liberia and in Hamilton ON. The Hamilton event will be held  on Saturday, November 4, 2017 (Venue & Time To Be Announced)   Hamilton Ontario. The night will feature permanent Gospel Choirs in Hamilton Kitchener and London who will be on hand to entertain and keep you on your heels as you contribute to this worthy cause. Key individuals who have contributed to child education and the fight against poverty will also be honored and awarded. It is going to be an event that you cannot afford to missed with so many opportunities to support child education, fight against hunger, expand your connection, listen to the latest gospel music from the original singers and enjoy delicious mix African and western delicacies.  

All proceeds from this event will go toward assisting Ebola orphans in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea and to enhance and create quality learning environment through actions such as monthly food ration to kids, undertake the cost of School fees, books and uniforms, conduct study classes, and counseling. The proceeds will also assist families and individuals who are caring for Ebola orphans. 


Pleas contact our office in Liberia for detail of the Food4Kids Benefit Event in Monrovia - 

Or Please Called Phone: 0886528415/ 0777707210/ 0770275330;

Or Email: [email protected]

Lifeline for Ebola Orphans (LEO) Scholarship Program

KAN/AHU Partnership

Key-Action Network(KAN) in partnership with African Heritage Universe ( AHU) in Halifax  has launched  a project called Lifeline Ebola Orphans (LEO) Scholarship project. The LEO scholarship is available to students in the three West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. The scholarship program will provide educational assistance to high school students who lost their parent(s) to the 2013 - 2015 West African Ebola epidemic and whose ability to remain in school is demonstrably threatened by the financial circumstances of their guardians. Application for 2017/218 academic year is ongoing, and deadline for application is June, 30, 2017. 

The project intends to enhance the capacity of recipients to stay in school and be educated by undertaking the cost of School fees, books and uniforms, conducting study classes, counseling and creating the right environment for learning both at home and school.



WORKING TOGETHER  FOR SAFER BETTER  STRONGER COMMUNITY

FOOD4KIDS PROJECT

Poverty is one of the major causes of food crisis especially among families and individuals caring for   Ebola orphans in the three West African countries  affected by the  Ebola outbreak. Nearly a third of these families and individual living around Ebola epic center are faced with food crisis, and 41% of people in that same areas live on less than U.S. $1 daily. It is a public knowledge that a high rates of poverty is correlated with high rates of hunger. 

Without a real safety net, the learning environment of these Ebola orphan will continue to be threaten, making them more vulnerable to abuse and exploitation. It is against this background that Key-Action Network is launching a program in West Africa called ‘Food4Kids”.

The Food4Kids program will operate as food banks and will serve the following categories of people:

  1. SCHOOL KIDS - Provide snacks, food and nonfood materials, school supplies to school kids from poor neighborhoods in urban and rural communities in Liberia Sierra Leone and Guinea
  1. POOR HOUSEHOLDS AND HOUSEHOLD WITH EBOLA ORPHANS/ VICTIMS - Provide foodstuffs, wearing, household utensils and cleaners, personal items, and hygiene products in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea
  1. LOCAL FARMERS - Provide seeding, local farming tools, training, technical support and other assistance to local farmers