Liberia Project Development Platforms & Strategies

First Steps Towards a Prosperous Republic of Liberia

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Web presentation WFYA
Presentation of World Football Youth Association – PR project starting with Liberia

Sister Association Program
Association program designed by the Marine Foundation to support organizations with logistics and global relations

Club of Africa (Made in Africa)
The new concept and reform of the gathering of the African continent under the branding of “Made in Africa”

First Ladies Club
Marine Foundation’s women leadership committee for the empowerment of women and a voice over all educational structural developments.

Ministry of Economic Developments
Marine Foundation’s five ministries of project development and due diligence where Economic / Finance led by Ambassador A.O.E. Banao and the Ministry of Science Technology led by Professor K. Fukumoto.

Project Leadership:  Ambassador Dr. Alh.O.E. Banao

The Marine Foundation’s Minister of Finance & Economic Development has set straight the strategies to develop the young and courageous new leadership of the Republic of Liberia. President Weah and First lady Mrs. Weah have already taken the steps towards innovation using the Marine Foundation’s platform through his Excellency Ambassador Dr. Alh.O.E. Banao. The wisdom behind our strategies is to move in momentum and bring results in the immediate time. Therefore, we have engineered combining the present PR concept designed by the Marine Foundation with the actual events of the election of President Weah, to sparkle the starts of communications and this included the good-will of First Lady Mrs. Weah who just recently founded the Clar Hope Foundation. Our purpose is to come in support of the nation’s leadership with all the state-of-the-art tools of development strategies to please and bless the nation of Liberia with sustainable projects that will assemble some of the world’s greatest minds to the task at hand. We invite the public to take a look at our reports and the unveiling of our good intentions for the entire continent, which will serve as a demonstration to the making of educational reforms for the good of this and the next generations.

1 - Engagement Confirmation Letter

Engagement Confirmation letter to Her Excellency the First Lady and Founder/President of The Clar Hope Foundation.

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Delivery of two fishing boats with yearly maintenance needs.

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2 - Construction of the Clar Hope Foundation's Headquarters

Offer letter for the Construction of the Headquarters, to Her Excellency the First Lady and Founder of The Clar Hope Foundation.

The Marine Foundation offers to build the Headquarters of the Clar Hope Foundation in Monrovia as of September 2018. New building with auditorium, modern conference room, communication production unit, and executive offices.

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3 - Global Innovative Programs

The First Ladies Club – Private Club of Representation for Economic and Educational Development
Madam Clar Weah, First Lady of Liberia has been chosen as the “first” leading member of the club. This is also regarding the invaluable importance of the Clar Hope Foundation as per its mission for Liberia.

Sister Association – Network Integration, PR and database support. Sister Association” which would allow our organizational environment to commits to resources needed for the development of the Clar Hope Foundation. Support such as brand and public relation, network integration with IT tools to support the database of the foundation’s membership, event organization and project due diligence with feasibility studies to support the conceptualization of any projects. https://marinef.org/sisters/

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4 - World Football Youth Association

World Football Youth Association launching letter to His Excellency George Manneh Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia – Mega Public Relation Project.

WFYA is an African initiative and its headquarters of operation are located in Liberia. The Marine Foundation helps establish PR Projects on the basis of the system of full sponsorship via brands & VIP networks. From 2019, WFYA initializes a concept (system) to distribute sports equipment to up to 5000 communities a year starting with Africa. Other distribution of equipment will consist of tools like fishing boats to help establish maritime centers around the coast of Africa. World Football Youth Association

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5 - African Football Peace Tournament

African Football Peace Tournament launching letter to His Excellency George Manneh Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia.

International exposure and expertise will be made available to athletes at least four to five times yearly depending on the tournament competitions as a form of Active Leisure Industry.

Those talents who excelled in school, sports and other fields will be given scholarships to attend prestigious colleges abroad for international exposure and expertise. Other incentives to travel outside Africa are also available. Improved and highly experienced, the returning recipient would be very beneficial to the country and to the world at large.

The African Football Peace Tournament is to be held annually. The event will become a center of attraction.

The diversity of Sports activities such as football creates and promotes Sports education and fundamentals through entertainment and tourism. It provides a healthy activity through its recreational and sided game programs. These programs emphasize fun and de-emphasize the “winning at all costs” mentality. Every single one of the sports talents is guaranteed playing time, and the game is taught in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere. Tournaments and competitions give athletes the platform to showcase their skills and talents to the world. Because constant training without competition kills the motivation of the athletes.

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6 - Made-in-Africa Brand Creation & the Club of Africa

MADE IN AFRICA” INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS CONCEPT

As part of promoting the African Embassies around the world – the Marine Foundation Japan has formed the concept of new Club – Named: CLUB OF AFRICA – which is actually a club for diplomats which through their membership would enjoy the amazing amenities designed to promote relation – visualizing firstly Africa and but also embracing the other embassies of other continents.

CLUB of AFRICA would stand in all major cities of the world where diplomatic presence is emergent, under the same regime of a central convention. The Club would become a gathering of minds who look passionately into the promotion of Africa by Africa and for Africa. That is through the conception of Club of Africa branding the creation of products under the naming of “Made in Africa” came to light.

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7 - Youth Empowerment through New Educational Concepts

Empowering the Youth People Innovative Concept letter to His Excellency George Manneh Weah, President of the Republic of Liberia.

The Marine Foundation has in the design to create the largest school and leaning system concept the world has ever seen in the institutional form. Sea Campus Universal (SCU) presents new ways to deliver educational contents through a process using modern technologies that will leave not one child behind.

Through processing with using centers of gathering the youth in starting the process of design, the Marine Foundation offers Liberia to the first pilot project of such concept.

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8 - Strategic Partnership with Presidential Agenda

Strategic Partnership

to the development of an entire region, the Marine Foundation has established an academic leadership based on 5 ministries of development. Within the range of the foundation’s elite human resource, we propose to follow tightly the aim and goals of the President’s office and government with planning related to the betterment of the country’s infrastructure, medical and tourism developments. Therefore consenting to support the government of the Republic of Liberia with all the need in Public Relation to bring the best minds to the task of feasibility studies and the innovation with Japanese technologies to the service of local industries.

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9 - Academic Reunion Exchange

Japanese Academic DOCTOR HONORIS CAUSA HONOR awards notification letters to the Presidential Couple of the Republic of Liberia.

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10 - Transmission Letter to Embassy of Liberia in Tokyo

Embassy of the Republic of Liberia in Tokyo

Transmission and reference letter:

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The Marine Foundation Undertakes the Construction of the Clar Hope Foundation

Sister Association Program

Unique to the Marine Foundation’s internal system of promoting good relationships with regions of an establishment, “Sister Association is a program that runs for the entire benefits to the local organization who wish to receive a global network support benefit. “Sister Association” registered organization belong to the “Gold Label” of our sponsorship system. The gold label group is that comprises institutions in the type of non-profit educational, humanitarian or social oriented.

Generously Sponsored by the Marine Foundation

The official architectural drawing of the building has been engineered through the sponsorship of Ambassador Dr. Banao, presently Cofounding Member and Minister of Economy and Finance at the Marine Foundation. More details available in the PDF below:

PROPOSED TWO STORY OFFICE BLOCK AND ANCILLARY STRUCTURES FOR CLAR HOPE FOUNDATION HEADQUARTERS - PDF

Capital of the Republic of Liberia

Hectic, frenetic, smooth and sophisticated (at least in its own, very West African way), Monrovia is home to more than one million Liberians.

The largest city in the country, it is a place of great energy.

Rumbling bush taxis float over the pot-holed roads around the center, while the bustling boulevard of Broad Street, nestled between the meanders of the Mesurado River and the Atlantic Ocean, is a picture of life. You can tour the fascinating National Museum and trace the history of Liberia.

Greenville Liberia

One of the favored gateways to the aforementioned Sapo National Park (which can be found lurking between the dense forests just a little to the east of town), Greenville is no stranger to tourists.

However, while most who arrive simply stock up and head out to see the chimps and exotic rainforests of the reserve, those who linger will get to see an intriguing remnant of Liberia’s resettlement era. There are also some interesting villages to explore up the courses of the Sinoe River, along with some truly unspoiled beaches along the coast to the west.

Harper Liberia

Situated in the extreme south of Liberia, where the turns of the African panhandle give way to the beaches of the Ivory Coast, the city of Harper has its fair share of both natural and human attractions.

For starters, the shores to the north-west and south of town are fringed with gorgeous Robinson Crusoe sands, with swaying coconut palms bristling against the Atlantic breezes at their back.

And then there are the remnants of Liberia’s first settlers, who are thought to have first begun crafting the modern state on the lands of Cape Palmas where Harper now stands.

Sapo National Park

Unquestionably the most famous of Liberia’s duo of national parks comes in the form of the Sapo National Park. This 1,804 square kilometer territory of the Upper Guinean Rainforest is said to have one of the highest mammal biodiversity counts anywhere in the world.

Intrepid folk who opt to delve into the old growth woods will get to spy out pygmy hippopotami and white-crested Diana monkeys, crocodiles, leopards, speckle-throated otters and chimpanzees.

Robertsport Liberia

The king of all Liberia’s surfing spots (and there are quite a few), Robertsport has positioned itself firmly on the forefront of the country’s new tourism drive.

Long-haired wave riders with board wax in hand now flock to join the surfing troupes and hit the rolling Atlantic swells that buffet the likes of Fisherman’s Point, Cotton Trees and Cassava.

Surf schools are also popping up to get beginner travelers out and onto the waves, while others will just come to hike the coastal stretches to see the pretty reaches of Cape Mount Bay, and see the trademark timber and stone churches that pepper the shore.

Buchanan Liberia

Located around just three hours by rumbling bush taxi south out of the capital at Monrovia, the seaside city of Buchanan is a fine introduction to the coastal character of this part of West Africa.

The beaches are all undeveloped to the T, with swaying palm trees and groups of local children playing in the shallows.

Many opt to camp here, while others will hit the city itself, seeking out one of the few guesthouses that lurk between the markets and streets.

Gbarnga, Liberia

Gbarnga might seem just another of the sprawling ramshackle towns that sprout from the sweeping mud plains and forests of inland Liberia, but this regional capital of Bong County has just a little more history and heritage up its sleeve than most.

The town is also the home of the more than 100-year-old Cuttington University; one of the most prestigious in the country.

Add in a couple of dramatic waterfalls and earthy guesthouses, and Gbarnga becomes an exciting place to visit away from the more popular coastal destinations.

Harbel, Liberia

Visitors will find the industrial outpost of Harbel straddling the meanders of the Farmington River, just a stone’s throwback from the Atlantic coast, where Marshall and the monkey-dotted beaches of the resort towns south out of Monrovia make their home.

Famed primarily as the home of the largest rubber plantation in the world, Harbel is engulfed by swathes of rubber tree forests, many of which bear the familiar corporate name of Bridgestone tires.

The town is also known as the site of the Roberts International Airport – the main access point to the north-west of the nation.

Gola National Forest

The Gola National Forest is the new name for the Lofa-Mano National Park: a great dash of primeval rainforest that sprawls out along the northern border of the country with Sierra Leone.

One of the densest remaining tracts of Upper Guinean woodland in the region, the area has everything you’d expect of a real West African wilderness.

Yep, you can expect verdant canopies and seemingly endless stretches of colossal tree trunks and boughs, hidden fern fields where exotic dragonflies flit between the flowers, swinging chimpanzees, rare pygmy hippopotamus – the list goes on!

Bushrod Island

The island of Bushrod gets its name from one of the few American politicians that actually advocated resettlements on the continent back in the 1800s.

But that’s about as deep as the erstwhile politician, Bushrod Washington’s, influence runs in this mangrove-fringed port town on the edge of the Atlantic.

Today, streets of tooting vehicles run in and out of the jetties and docks, the ramshackle slums of New Kru Town sprawl close to the shoreline, and there’s an indelible energy of life throughout.

Marshall Liberia

Tourists will really only make a beeline for the ocean-side reaches of laid-back Marshall for two reasons.

The first is its smattering of empty beaches, each backed by verdant pockets of palm forest and mangrove swamps, and perfect for enjoying some truly intrepid camping on the Liberian coast.

The second is the small archipelago appropriately named Monkey Island. Here, a troupe of feisty chimps inhabits the jungles.

They were rescued from research labs during the civil war, and now are particularly fond of swinging in the boughs, teasing tourists and catapulting fresh fruit from their branches at passing boats.

Zwedru Liberia

With just 23,000 people making Zwedru their home, and a whopping seven-hour drive separating the spot from the country’s capital on the coast, this far-flung county seat might not seem like the best place to add to that Liberia itinerary.

However, Zwedru has a number of interesting features that you simply won’t find in the more trodden reaches of the west. For starters, it still retains something of an earthy, industrial vibe, thanks to its fledging logging enterprises.

And then there’s that unrivaled access to the dense Upper Guinean jungles, complete with multi-colored tropical hummingbirds and uber-rare plant species aplenty.

Kakata Liberia

The end-point on the relatively well-functioning Monrovia-Kakata Highway that departs the capital and delves in the western wilds of Liberia, this small regional hub of Margibi County is where the bucolic heartlands of West Africa finally take over the landscapes.

They do so in the form of seemingly endless rubber plantations, and Kakata has made its name (and modest fortune) as one of the rubber trading and transporting outposts of the nation.

Come to see the dust-caked community churches and delve into the lively local marketplaces that erupt ad hoc on the streets throughout the week.

Voinjama Liberia

Set deep amidst the sun-scorched jungles of Liberia’s extreme north-eastern edge, the small regional hub of Voinjama offers a picture of rustic West African life.

The roads are caked in mud and the houses topped with thatch or sheets of hardwearing zinc to keep out the sporadic torrents of rain. The humidity can get unbearable, but if you’re feeling adventurous (and we mean really adventurous), a trek out to the surrounding timber villages might just be worth it.

You’ll cross swinging monkey bridges and meet communities all but cut-off from modern life.

Sanniquellie Liberia

Sanniquellie is a small town that sits close to the international tristate border with Ivory Coast and Guinea in the extreme west of the country.

A bustling little market dominates the center of the place, with rows of colorful fruits and vegetables plucked straight from the fields making up the bulk of the products sold. After haggling your way through this, you can settle in one of the earthy local beer bars, or opt to wax up the walking boots and make a beeline for the East Nimba Nature Reserve.

This breathtaking end of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Strict Nimba boasts rare highland savannahs, lowland rainforests and rare animals like the West African lion to boot!

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