Provision of Hope runs a Discipleship Training Center where we house and train students who are in high school and college. We are training our young students to be NATION BUILDERS and to give back into society.
We are finding work projects on their breaks to teach them work ethics as well. One break they went to Ganta to paint the new school for Hope for the Nations. On another break they helped repair roads that were flooded out and did carpentry projects on the new church in Thinker Village. When our Hope Homes need repairs, our boys assist the carpenter. They have also helped at The Bridge of Hope Girls School Foundation Project.
We have volunteer programs where they help us with rice distribution to widows, building projects and taking the sick to hospital. We have over 50 young people in our program.
We provide schooling for them through high school and provide some with scholarships to university. Others go to trade schools. Everyone has a dream they hope to fulfill. Thank you to those who contribute to the scholarships for our college and university students. Without you we could not do this. You are the ones making it possible.
Below are some of the young men who have been in our program for the past number of years. They are part of the team working to run Provision of Hope with excellence. All four of them are Deans for the younger students. We are training them to be role models. It’s their time to lead!
| Daniel Keamue
Live in Dean
| Peter Flomo
Supervisor for Micro
Degree in Public
| Konneh Taweh
Manager for food
Attends University of
| Daniel Coleman
Live in Dean