55,243 teachers in primary, basic and secondary schools in Liberia have the minimal credentials to teach according to a World Bank 2016 Educational Sector Analysis Report. This represents
approximately 50% of the teaching force in the country who do not have the minimal qualification to teach. The Helping Hands Network is committed to alter this course. Our efforts are
concentrated on: professional development for teachers and other educators, the provision of essential school supplies, the promotion of science education. Along with our partners, we take bold
steps to eliminate barriers to effective teaching and learning in Liberia.
We believe every child deserves "a gift of a qualified teacher" regardless of the location of their schools. We believe education can yield a nation that is highly impacted by
the externalities of civil war, the Ebola epidemic, and Covid-19 pandemic. You can learn more about work on this website.