Partnership opportunities

Do you or your organization have experience in the following areas, particularly in a West African context?

Are you already engaging in similar work?

Let us know, and we may be able to build a mutually beneficial partnership!

  • Using proven participatory methods to build relationships with target communities and tailor school initiatives to community needs

  • Construction of “green” school buildings

  • Interactive discussion with communities, especially women and community leaders, regarding the importance and benefits of allowing their children to attend school and complete a secondary education

  • Incorporating education for both boys and girls on reproductive health, sex education, hygiene, and more

  • Providing sanitary products for our female students

  • Incorporating teaching on gender equality and intersectional feminist principles

  • Developing sports programs and teams in our schools

  • Developing adult education initiatives, including literacy, basic mathematics, agricultural techniques, and vocational training

  • Incorporating a micro-loan program for adult community members

The Kimberly Moore Foundation

Baroness Kimberly Moore is a New York City philanthropist, entrepreneur, and Goodwill Ambassador to the United States. One of these ventures is  The Kimberly Moore Foundation , which aims to benefit children and families in her own communities. Moore has become an advocate of educating girls’ education and women living in disadvantaged areas around the world.  In September 2016, Moore  joined with NDHope  to help bring sustainable solutions to Liberia. In partnership with NDHope, The Kimberly Moore Foundation plans to build a series of girl-friendly schools tailored to the needs of the people in the community.

Baroness Kimberly Moore is a New York City philanthropist, entrepreneur, and Goodwill Ambassador to the United States. One of these ventures is The Kimberly Moore Foundation, which aims to benefit children and families in her own communities. Moore has become an advocate of educating girls’ education and women living in disadvantaged areas around the world.

In September 2016, Moore joined with NDHope to help bring sustainable solutions to Liberia. In partnership with NDHope, The Kimberly Moore Foundation plans to build a series of girl-friendly schools tailored to the needs of the people in the community.