Information Session

THE LIBERIAN LITERATURE PROJECT 2012 @ The Alumni Event Center, N.C. A&T State University, 200 N. Benbow Rd., Greensboro, NC, May 28, 2012 - *Postpone*

Theme of Session:                              “ 5th Anniversary Jubilee Confab

Date & Time of Session:                    August 21-22, 2009  
Venue of Session:                              NC A&T State University, Greensboro, North Carolina

General VISA Request letter to US Consul General on Behalf of 2009 LIHEDE 5th Jubilee Keynote Speakers, Presenters and Participants.


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Support Letters for LIHEDE 5th Anniversary Jubilee Conference

Support letter LIHEDE Jubilee-Daughters of Liberia Support letter LIHEDE Jubilee-GCC Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-Kroa Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-LOP
Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-McClain Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-MSSA Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-USA Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-CUC
Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-Comittee-USA Support_letter LIHEDE Jubilee-Ambasador Barnesn Support_letter- 2009 LIHEDE-NAMCAL Support_letter-2009 LIHEDE Jubilee-GBC

LIHEDE 5th Anniversary Jubilee Conference flyers

5th anniversary Jubilee flyer      

LIHEDE 5th Anniversary Jubilee Conference Agendas, Communications, Announcement, and Letters

2009 LIHEDE 5th anniversary Jubilee Anouncement 2009 Jubilee Teleconference minutes 2009_LIHEDE 5th Jubilee Conferene-Galinski 12/21/2009 Teleconference

Acceptance Speech as Chair for LIHEDE

Congratulations Higher Grounds Dr. Teta Banks Press Release LIHEDE 04 Press Release
LIHEDE LETTER TO US CONSUL IN LIBERIA LIHEDE Meeting Agenda 04/19/2009 LIHEDE Meeting Agenda  


Tidbits About

Since its founding in 2003, has been instrumental in promoting health and education in Liberia as a necessary first step to achieving historical accuracy and development in Liberia .
·         In 2004, signed a memorandum of understanding with the African Methodist University (AMU) and the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) in Monrovia to commence the first degree program in Liberian Studies based on a curriculum developed by . 
·         In 2005, hosted a symposium in the U.S. on combating Malaria in Post-Conflict Liberia, and two workshops in Liberia on the “Impact of Fake Drugs” in Liberia , and on “Restructuring the Liberian Military.” Both of these workshops were aimed at addressing specific health, education, and security needs of Liberians.
·         In 2006, organized and hosted, in collaboration of the Liberian Ministry of Health and other agencies, the first National Health Conference in Monrovia to address the malaria epidemic in Liberia . was invited during the Conference to the US Embassy to witness the historic announcement made by President George W. Bush via satellite granting Liberia $14.8 million under the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) funds to fight the malaria epidemic in Liberia .
·         In September 2006, provided expert testimony on Global Solutions to Health Worker Migration before the U.N.’s The Ethical Globalization, a roundtable discussion, held at U.N. Headquarters in New York .
·         Between late 2006 and early 2008, collaborated with the Liberian Ministry of Health to prepare a proposal to win a $37 million grant from the Global Funds.
o        sought funding from several sources to undertake various projects in Liberia, a Malaria Library Project, a Malaria Radio Station, an Ethanol Production Project, a Plantain Plantation Project, a Special Education, an  Africana Central University Project, a Center for Liberian Youth Empowerment and Athletics Project, etc.
o        launch a Cultural Driven Malaria Program in 2006 Using Sports (soccer) and local cultural practices a as vehicle to promote malaria awareness, treatment, and control in Liberia .  The first phase of the Cultural Driven Malaria Program was held in the counties of Montserrado, Grand Bassa, and Bong. A second phase is slated for the counties of Lofa, Nimba, and Grand Gedeh in 2008. 
has undertaken, and plan to undertake, other projects which you will of during the information session. But cannot do it alone. will need your help. That is why have come to you. We must all collaborate and work together to dismantle poverty, disease, and ignorance in Liberia through the choices we make or the routes we take. Information session is an opportunity for you to:
·         Meet with officials  in an informal setting
·         Share general information, values, and ideas with Liberians and Friends of
·         Explore how all of us can worker together to help Liberia rise again
·         Increase awareness of  ’s projects in Liberia and how you can participate
Dr. Syrulwa Somah, Executive Director-, will be on hand to formally welcome you, the Session participants, and guests to the meeting. The session will climax with light refreshments.
Thank you in advance for your interest and cooperation. We look forward to your participation and attendance.
Session Contact:

Lawrence Zumo, MD
Local Organizer/
Medical Advisor –
Baltimore, Maryland
Cell: 443-956-8962 
Telephone 410-9457771



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