Liberia is a small English speaking country on the central West Coast of Africa with a population of about 4 ½ million people.
In 1990, Liberia had no orphans and most children in cities received an education. Following a 13-year civil war from 1990 to 2003, an estimated 250,000 people died, leaving refugees and orphans in its wake.
As a result, an abundance of orphanages and children living with relatives have little or no means of support; with an increasing unemployment rate, Liberia ranks in the bottom percentage of income and education availability.
From 2014 to 2015, Ebola ravished Liberia: creating more orphans and devastating an already fragile economy. Foreign companies have slowed or stopped their work altogether in Liberia, keeping much needed revenue from benefiting the country.
How We Serve
With your support, Liberia Mercy Partners supports churches, orphanages, schools, and medical facilities. We also provide medical care to individuals in extreme need and help those located in the most remote areas of the country.
Every recipient of support is prayerfully reviewed and evaluated. Our board and team members personally visit Liberia every year to provide encouragement and oversight.
Services we provide
Faces of Liberia
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