Jola House is a social enterprise committed to the empowerment of women and girls. Their mission is to transform the lives of vulnerable Liberian women through skills development and entrepreneurship opportunities. They believe that education is the key to empowerment. Jola House directly addresses the social and economic needs of vulnerable young girls and women through training, employment, and the sale of local products.
The President’s Young Professionals Program (PYPP) of Liberia is a prestigious and competitive two-year program that recruits and places recent Liberian university graduates in important government roles and provides them with training and mentorship as they assume leadership positions within the public sector. The PYPP was launched in 2009 and has become one of Africa’s most competitive programs for leadership in public service.
Today’s challenging and entrenched issues require donors and their grantee partners to challenge the status quo to truly uncover innovative ideas that will achieve your goals. We expose donors to the various investment tools and options at their disposal based on goals, preferred strategy, risk tolerance, and level of involvement.
Financial solutions alone garner limited success. A strategic approach for transformative solutions must include elements beyond financial investment. We help donors and their grantee partners leverage networks, connections and partnership toward lasting change.
Sustainable solutions begin in communities, and if properly nurtured can be scaled. We seek first to work in partnership with communities already engaged in problem-solving to help elevate and improve upon existing models. Where those solutions haven’t yet revealed themselves we engage with vested community partners and leverage the agility of the grassroots to help expose and grow solutions.