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The ICF Mission of Hope (ICFMOH) is now owned and operated by the International Christian Fellowship (ICF) Ministries, an interdenominational church organized to meet the spiritual, cultural, social, and economic needs of an international community. Rev. Eddie Sam Gibson who is now the General Overseer of the ICF Mission of Hope was instrumental in donating the property that was once Youth Mission to ICF Ministry in 2003. ICF, through its (ICFMOH), is working towards the Great Commission given by our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in Matthew 28:19-20. To fulfill our Christian mandate/mission and to live our vision, our Mission project is a blessing and an opportunity to step out in faith to carry out the great commission.
To this end, the (ICFMOH), is requesting a general support fund for infrastructure and capacity building of the Mission in Liberia and to accomplish the agricultural 5 year plan. Secondly, the funds will be used to purchase agricultural equipments (e.g. irrigation system, farm tools, tractors, etc) seeds, fertilizer, other products/supplies and to provide technical assistance to insure the success and long-term benefits of the 5-year agricultural project.
Prior to 1979, Liberia was relatively a stable and democratic Republic. Since 1979, Liberia experienced series of political unrest and brutal civil wars over the wars, which have resulted in the destabilization of the spiritual, political, social and economic as well as other vital systems necessary for the survival of its people. Liberia’s physical and human infrastructure have been devastated by the never-ending conflicts, resulting in 85% unemployment and 80% of the people living below the poverty level. 80% of the shelters are damaged, there is little or no educational institutions, lowest in Africa at 46% (ages 5-24) with women at 31%, 78% of the population is illiterate; mal nutrition and disease are rampant. However, since January 2005, a female president (Madam Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf) was installed and is making lots of progress to restore the nation. The Mission offers great hope and is located at a central place to serve many. Moreover, it is an important entity that is critical to the rebuilding and development of Liberia and Africa.
The mission school that is located in central Liberia, Bong County is a 500-acres of property that contain a school building, a church, old dormitories for boys and girls and various other buildings for residential purposes. All of these facilities were badly damaged and some destroyed by the series of civil wars. This has made it very difficult for the church and school to function in accordance with its
intended purpose, to serve the spiritual and educational needs of the Liberian children and people of Bong County.

However, by the grace of God, we have started some renovation work on the school and have enrolled about 325 students. This is the only school, which is opened in this vicinity. Due to lack of funds, the renovation work is moving at a slow pace. As such, it makes it difficult to take in more students even though there are many others to be enrolled.
The 325 students are between the ages of 4-20. The teachers are fifteen (15) and the staff is about ten (10). The classes range from K-1 to 9th grade. Prior to the civil wars, the students lived in dormitories. Presently, the students do no live on the campus due to the deplorable conditions of the buildings, which need to be renovated. In addition to this, because of the number of students, there is a dire need to employ more teachers. We would like to inform you that some of these students lost one or both parents in the civil war. We therefore feel it is our duty to take care of these children. The school and church serve the educational and spiritual needs of the Liberian people in its locality. However, the series of civil wars destroyed all of the buildings on the above-mentioned property, which makes it difficult for the school and church to fulfill their purposes.
Therefore, it’s in this light there is an immediate and urgent need for funds, but not limited to:
Continue the repairs and renovations to the facility
Furnish the school, church, dormitories, and residential buildings
Construct new facilities including Administrative Buildings, clinic, girls and boys dorms, modern class rooms, community chapel, conference center, and faculty/staff residential buildings
Salaries for administrative and teaching staffs
Funds to purchases and installation of electrical systems, plumbing systems, and water pumps
Build water reservoirs
Build wells and latrines
Engage in agricultural activities and programs for self sustained sufficient and supportive
Purchase a sizable generators for the campus
Purchase: office equipment and supplies
Purchase: text books and instructional tools
Build septic tanks
Construct a vocational center for technical instruction

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