Updated Donation Page

Great news!  We have updated our donation page.   The new donation page is more streamlined, secured and offers a wide range of giving options.     You can check out the page and setup one time or recurring donations using all major credit cards, checks, and paypal.   Check out the new...

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KIDS WITH A SOLE

Youth Action International is shipping another consignment of 5,000 pairs of shoes to Liberia. The shoes will arrive in the country in 2020 and will be distributed to students across the country. This is the 5th year we have send shoes to Liberia. Once they arrive in Liberia 5,000 young...

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Donating Items to be shipped to West Africa

  Thanks for your interest in helping us fill up the second container to ship to Liberia.   We really appreciate all the support we can get to make this happen.   Foxwoods Resort has already kicked off the process with a generous donation of 50 computers.   Below is a list of...

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LIBERIA & SIERRA LEONE CELEBRATE WORLD READ ALOUD DAY!

Youth Action International’s country offices in Liberia and Sierra Leone have celebrated World Read Aloud Day (WRAD).    The day was created by YAI’s educational partner organization LitWorld.   WARD is celebrated in February every year to give kids the opportunity to read aloud and express themselves through stories.    This year, YAI...

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GIRLS LEARN A TRADE

“After school, I walk for an hour to go here to the YAI girls’ center. Here we can learn a trade. I’ve already learn to do hair extension and nails, like at a real beauty salon. The course is free. That’s lucky, because my family would never be able to...

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THEATER AGAINST TRAFFICKING

Many people are afraid to come to West Point. A lot of former rebel soldiers live here, and people are poor. There are many children here who have been kidnapped from villages in the country and brought here to work for someone, begging or selling different things. They don’t go...

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WANTS TO BE THE JUST LAWYER

Its the end of the term at Zoe-Louise Preparatory School in Monrovia and Anthionette, 12, is introducing today’s speaker: “Kimmie Weeks is a role model for us, because he works hard to make life better for children in Liberia.” Kimmie’s organization, Youth Action International, has trained the teachers at Anthionette’s...

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