The Young Professional Development Program Announces Partnership with Stella’s Girls in Liberia

Liberia, Monrovia — The YPDP, a career driven non-governmental organization tailored toward empowering young and enterprising emerging youths in Liberia and West Africa, today’s announced that it has partnered with the Stellar Girl’s Liberia Chapter to expand its thematic area of girls, young women empowerment programs across Liberia.

Through this strategic partnership, YPDP and Stellar Girl’s will provide a platform that will addressed the many young women and youths mentorship and advocacy gaps in Liberia. “We are excited to partner with Stella’s Girls in Liberia,” said Mr. Morris J. Sheriff, Executive Director of YPDP’s. “It’s clear that potential youth organizations partnership lead to the progressive implementation of the transformation of the future generation of Africa.

We’re putting the power in the hands of agencies to offer community engagements, youth career development and provide solutions for the future of Liberia. The YPDP and Stella’s Girls has proven that the best strategic to impact as many young people in their country is collaborative partnership for prosperity. The both institutions will continue to provide first-class, national youth transformation technical and financial support for the implementation of its services and program”.

“We believe that the best way to reach and help more young peoples in our community is via collaborative program,” said Mariama H. Konneh, Executive Director of Stella’s Girls Liberia, best in girls leadership, employment and mentorship. Also during the signing ceremony, the occasion was attended by the funder of Stella’s Girls. Who in remark said, together the both organizations partnership support will set a clear win-win for the future,” Mrs. Kaprece James, President and C.E.O Stella’s Girls

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