Our Story

It all began when Charlene Espinoza joined the Peace Corps in 2011. Serving as an English teacher in rural Salala, Liberia, she saw first-hand the challenges that women and girls face on a daily basis.


Our Mission is Simple

We educate and offer skills to women and girls so that they can restore their communities and, therefore, their country.


Why Liberia?

After a long, devastating civil war that destroyed virtually every aspect of human living in Liberia, the country is rebuilding. Eleven years after the end of the war, the recuperation has been a slow process and the destructive effects from the war are still reverberating. Throughout Liberia, two of the biggest problems hindering the country’s recovery are lack of education and crippling poverty.


Why Girls

There are 62 million girls around the world that are not in school.


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