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Solar Powered Open Education Library in a Box for Schools in Sierra Leone

We want to put thousands of open education materials available on the internet and those developed by trained local teachers in Sierra Leone base on their curriculum in the hands of students and teachers mainly in communities/districts/towns/villages/chiefdom were textbooks, electricity, internet, computers, science labs are libraries are not reliable or existing.

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139th Thanksgiving Photos

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139th Annual Thanksgiving Celebration

Alumni Association, Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter
MOTTO: “Laboramus Exspectantes”
139th Annual Thanksgiving Celebration
THEME: "Recovery, Reorganization and Reconstruction"
  • Date: Sunday, April 7th, 2013
  • Time: 3:30 PM
  • Place: Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 9701 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20903
  • Preacher: Mr. Delbury Kayode (Alumnus)
  • Under The Distinguished Grand Chief Patronage of : Mr. Mohamed COZIE-Kosia (Alumnus) - President, Cool and Cozie Marketing and promotions
There will be a reception and musical entertainment immediately following this service. Please see attached flier for more details.
For further information please contact
Rev. Prince Decker (Chaplain) 301-379-895
Mr. Eugene Allen (General Secretary) 240-705-6006
Mr. Wilfred Quasie-Woode 240-460-2971
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Partnership between Washington and Freetown OBAs' under the GNI

The executive, members, and friends of the MBHS Alumni Association Washington Metro Chapter are pleased to inform you that a set of 140 used classroom furniture (connected desk and chair) and five used computers with monitors were delivered for shipment to MBHS through the MBHS Freetown Old Boys Association.

Shipment left the shores of US on Monday 23rd January, 2012 and is scheduled to arrive in Freetown within six weeks.

We trust that the Freetown OBA and the school administration will make the necessary arrangements for receiving and delivering the shipment to the school. We also hope that these items will help foster improved learning conditions.

Personal thanks go to all Washington Metro Chapter members and friends who in one way or another provided assistance in moving these items around, up to the point of getting them ready for shipping. See attached photos of MBHS folks who were instrumental in making this possible. Others who were very helpful but not featured in the photos are Mrs. Dorris Kessebeh (nee Jones) and Mr. Tejan Savage currently in Freetown.

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MBHS goes online

Barely, two weeks after former Head of state Rtd. Capt. Valentine Strasser benefited from a 6.5kva generator from Nasser Ayoub, the popular businessman and philanthropist, Ayoub in partnership with Murtala Mohamed Kamara on Tuesday donated 60 pairs of Puma footwear and launched the official website of the Methodist Boy’s High School (MBHS).

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