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COHH’s MAROLINE CHEA GRADUATES AS CNA THIS FEBRUARY

Liberia’s civil war ended several years ago but the impact of the war still linkers. One of the groups most impacted has been children. They became a new group of victims; and, unwittingly, some of these children sometimes find themselves on the wrong track of the road where they are exposed to the day-to-day challenges of life. Unfortunately, without timely intervention, they become problems to themselves and society.

The late Janet M. T-Toe was sympathetic to the needs and challenges these children had to face. She was also of the mindset that government alone should not be relied upon to solve all of the ills of society. So, with very little resources, she started an orphanage in Logan Town, Monrovia in 1996. In 2020, the name orphanage was removed because of the negative stigma associated with it. Today, the facility is called the Children of Hope Home (COHH). 

One of the goals of COHH is to provide a pathway to attaining quality education, nutritional meals, and good medical care. While this is no less challenging, there seems to be encouraging results in recent years. This February, Maroline Chea, one of the young females supported by COHH, graduated as a certified nurse aide (CNA); Last year, Ciafa Page graduated with a certificate in electricity. These young people are now gainfully employed and are serving as role models in their community.   

Currently, COHH cares for about 30 children and is also engaged in purified drinking water distribution as part of its community outreach initiatives. COHH is thankful and delighted to collaborate with Tips Global Educational Resources (TGER) for its efforts to help support the children.


Picture of Maroline Chea, CNA


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