Tell us about the community that you engage? eg. economic conditions, political structures, norms and values, demographic trends, history, and experience with engagement efforts.
Our Organizations engage those that can not afford for themselves when it comes to medical care on a national Level, people Like Orphans, widows Disables, and poorer Youth Living Within Rivercess,and Bomi County . We have Carryout HIV/AIDS Awareness Among Villagers, and View Older One with eye Sight Problems.
We Provide medical assistance to Pregnant women who can not pay their own medical Bills.Most In Our Country and Africa there are Lot Of Youths In the street Who depends on Commercial Motorcycle to survive. In Running these Motorcycles there are too many Accidents that Occurs On daily basic. We make this Our Duties give Assistance to those youth to ensure that they undergo a proper treatment in order to protect the future leaders of our Land. We make this Happen By Partnership with The Motorcycle Transport Union. MTU Liberia. They Engage us with Major Complains on Accidents That occurs aground Liberia. This is something that should Our Major Concern For the fact That huge numbers of Our Country Youth Are surviving from Motorcycles, and there lot of Risk In riding Motorcycle especially when You are not Train To It.
Share the story of the founder and what inspired the founder to start this project
Guardian Care is not for profit, non Governmental, and non Political organization established by Abel Williams Cheayan ,with full support from his Adopted Australian parents ,team support by young Christian Liberian from the Salvation Outreach Ministries, Central Church, and full support from Christian youth from other local churches in and around Liberia in 2011. With much potential who carry on outreach in and to various communities, and who had witnessed and experienced the fourteen-year civil unrest in Liberia in which approximately 350,000 people lost their lives including Abel’s Both parents and his Brothers.
As a result of the civil unrest, Abel, and his surviving sister were left alone by escaping into the bushes for several days after the rebel captured/killed their parents, they both managed to survive while in bushes hiding by eating the banana and other crops planted by farmers. He has been an orphan for several years like thousands of Liberian children have been left unattended to, homeless and without parents due to war, rape, and unidentified fathers. In addition, the HIV/AIDS pandemic has also led to the increase in the number of orphans and abandoned uncared for children as well as widows
Interestingly, Abel had dedicated this program suitable to the experience he have had over the years as an orphan , to promote ensure the significant of Agriculture,crops production and carry out awareness for the need of disadvantaged children, and widows in Liberia.Providing scholarship for children in need of education,preaching God word to the unsaved Liberian.