A New Dimension of Hope partner with the Kimberly Moore Foundation to help bring hope and empower children in desperate need.

Baroness Kimberly Moore (Kimberly Moore Vanderkleijn) is an active philanthropist, entrepreneur from New York City and Goodwill Ambassador to the United States. She founded “The Kimberly Moore” Foundation" and created a great number of programs and campaigns well recognized in the media, benefiting children and families in her own communities. She is the founder of the “Adopt-A-Letter” program which has adopted the wishes of nearly 40,000 underprivileged children In September 2016, Moore adopted the country of Liberia, West Africa to help bring in sustainable solutions to a village comprised of 3,000 residences, many of which were devastated by the Ebola crisis. Kimberly Moore Foundation in partnership with A New Dimension of Hope have plans to build a series of girl friendly schools tailored to the needs of the people in the community. Moore has become a recent advocate of girl’s education and educating women living in disadvantage villages.

Baroness Kimberly Moore (Kimberly Moore Vanderkleijn) is an active philanthropist, entrepreneur from New York City and Goodwill Ambassador to the United States. She founded “The Kimberly Moore” Foundation" and created a great number of programs and campaigns well recognized in the media, benefiting children and families in her own communities. She is the founder of the “Adopt-A-Letter” program which has adopted the wishes of nearly 40,000 underprivileged children

In September 2016, Moore adopted the country of Liberia, West Africa to help bring in sustainable solutions to a village comprised of 3,000 residences, many of which were devastated by the Ebola crisis. Kimberly Moore Foundation in partnership with A New Dimension of Hope have plans to build a series of girl friendly schools tailored to the needs of the people in the community. Moore has become a recent advocate of girl’s education and educating women living in disadvantage villages.

HELP NDHOPE AND KIMBERLY RASIE MONEY FOR THE CHILDREN OF MEHMEH TOWN SCHOOL PROJECT! SCHOOL EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED AND OPEN BY SEPT,2017

$50,000

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OUR PARTNERSHIP GOALS FOR MEHMEH TOWN:

  • Build a girl friendly school!

  • Build relationships with the locals and also tailored the school specifically to what they need and not what we think they need.

  • Speak to the local women about the importance and benefits of allowing their girls to go to school and completing secondary education!

  • Girls in our school would also be educated on reproductive health, sex education, personal hygiene, agriculture and more.

  • Assure the local villagers that by allowing their girls to complete their education we would be able to reduce the numbers of infant mortality, maternal mortality, decrease the AIDS pandemic in their village and decrease population. Note: Most women who complete secondary education usually get involve in business, social, economic activities or get involve in government. Educated women are known to invest right back in their communities and usually very good at empowering their girls to go to school!

  • All girls in school will be provided with reusable sanitary pads. (We need NGO partners for this)

  • We will also install 2 bathrooms, 1 for boys and the other for girls, as it's a big issue with girls getting sexually harassed by older males when sharing. Girls will no longer have to be embarrassed during their menstruation period.

  • Make sure we hire qualified teachers.

  • We will hire a larger percentage of female teachers as well to prevent fear from female students re: sexual harassment from their teachers.

  • Teach gender equality. All girls will also have an opportunity to get involve in sports. It is said that most girls that get involved in sports usually empower other girls in the community to go to school.

  • Educate parents on reading and writing.

  • Vocational training for adults or parents ( We learned that most men in the village were interested in learning agriculture, women want to learn to how to tie dye, sew, bake, make jewelry, soap etc..) all very simple things.

  • Micro loan lending for small businesses. {NGO partnerships needed),

  • After hearing their need for safe clean water. We will equip them with 3 water wells located in the main center of the village. (NGO partnerships needed)

  • Organize a farm/ community garden

  • The villagers are in need of a medical clinic or hospital. For now we will organize a medical camp to come in a provide check ups, surgeries and medicine. (NGO partnerships are needed)

  • Midwife training and certification will also be needed incase of emergency.

  • Provide solar lights for entire village. (Kimberly Moore Foundation already provided 100 homes with LUCI solar lights- 300 more are needed)

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