Presently, the organization is headquartered at the SHIFSD Center located in Joe Town, lower Johnsonville, Montserrado County.
SHIFSD envisions a just society, free of illiteracy and poverty. Its mission is to reduce abject poverty through access to integrated education, demand driven vocational skills training, and entrepreneurship.
Currently, SHIFSD is working on livelihood of activities in five counties in Liberia; namely Montserrado, Margibi, Bomi, Gbapolu and Grand Cape Mount in partnership with a Dutch NGO called ZOA Refugee Care-Liberia.
In an attempt to help mitigate, to some extent, the enormous Child Right to Education problem faced by the Joe Town/Lee Hill community, the decision to undertake the Nursery/KG School for Vulnerable Children Project was faithfully reached by the Board & Management of SHIFSD.
Hence, this narrative progress report is intended to give LY2NK Foundation and other readers of this report an overview of the project objective; planned activities, expected outcomes; activities carried out, and challenges amongst others. SHIFSD wants to particularly give specific explanation on how the LY2NK Foundation grant was used towards the ongoing nursery / kindergarten school building project at the SHIFSD Center.