Church works with ex-combatants and other war-affected children in LiberiaAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Beatrice Nelson works on her sewing machine outside her house. She was kidnapped and mistreated by rebel soldiers during Liberia's civil wars, but today she's a mother and entrepreneur near Buchanan, Liberia. When she graduated from My Daughter's Place, a program for war-affected girls at Camphor Mission, she received a sewing machine and two goats, and leveraged that capital into a successful small business which today supports her family. My Daughter's Place is supported by United Methodist Women.
- Paul Jeffrey
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- Postwar job training, Liberia