Since 2014, the IBREA FOUNDATION has been teaching freshmen students at A. Philip Randolph High School in Harlem. The program is delivered inside the classroom, as part of their Intro to Humanities coursework.
In 2016, the IBREA FOUNDATION provided its program to 68 middle school students in Kailihi Kai, a community in Honolulu, Hawaii facing socio-economic hardship.
In partnership with the National University of Costa Rica (UNA), IBREA is involved in the process of creating a “Harmonious Living” model.
Like many of the basic infrastructural services that were broken down due to war and civil unrest in Liberia, the educational system has been no exception.
IBREA held a training workshop for educators in Manila in 2012, providing its full education curriculum to a group of principals and teachers from different parts of the country, from both public and private schools.
Let’s help one girl who can be a model for many others because of her determination and will to overcome her limitations.
A long history of war has also impacted Sierra Leone in many ways that remain deeply engrained in the minds of young generations.