Massolian’s ongoing initiative promotes women’s empowerment with vocational skills training in Liberia.
Musuleng held a spelling bee to bridge the gap between people with and without disabilities in Brewerville, Liberia.
Alieu received a YES Alumni Grant to promote environmental awareness in Liberia.
The fifth edition of the Workshop for Effective English Teaching and Speaking (WEETAS) was a six-day English program in Tubmanburg, Liberia.
How 14 YES alumni communities have given their time, love, and support to others during the pandemic.
Lincoln from Liberia receives grant funding for a diabetes awareness program for persons with disabilities.
Emmanuel from Liberia hosts a career summit for youth.
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YES Alumni from around the world recorded testimonials for the 30th Anniversary of the ADA.
From catching the bus to labels in Braille, Tasha experienced a new kind of independence.
Joyce from Liberia teaches girls how to make reusable sanitary pads.
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Lincoln conducted a YES Alumni Grant project to train 30 Liberian youths to prevent diabetes and promote good health.
Liberian alumnus receives YES Alumni Grant to conduct the second edition of his project, “Restoring the Educational Hope.”
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