AMI Gifts Over Us$200k To Education Ministry, National Commission On Higher Education

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AMI Groups in Liberia has given to the Ministry of Education and the National Commission on Higher Education (NCHE) the sum of US$210, 000 to help students through scholarships.

AMI aimed that the fund benefits students directly in their academic sojourn.

AMI Groups is an esteemed and highly professional organization engaged in career counseling and providing authentic guidance to students seeking higher education overseas.

The AMI Groups Liberia’s Managing Director Trokon Lawrence Banwreh expressed his group’s commitment to helping students achieve their goals while making the donation in Monrovia.

He said AMI Education, is one of the leading service providers for abroad study for students aspiring for international degrees, those with interest in migrating to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, or Austria as well as those with an interest in working abroad, investing abroad, or visiting their dream destination.

He disclosed that AMI Education and Immigration Consultancy is the foremost international student recruiting company employing the services of a team from Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom in committed and credible education professionals.

“We are happy to donate this amount to help our students, especially the brilliant and underprivileged ones who are determined to move forward, AMI is always willing to promote education,” he said.

Receiving the donation on behalf of the two government institutions, the Director General at the National Commission on Higher Education, Professor Edward Lama Wonkenyor said he was pleased to receive the fund and that it will be used for its intended purpose.

He disclosed that the NCHE will receive US$100k out of the amount while the rest goes to the Ministry of Education. Professor Wonkenyor also disclosed that modality is being worked out as to how to use the funds to benefit deserving students.

“We have contacted the presidents of various government own universities and we are going to work with them to set up a program to attract smart students to benefit,” he disclosed.

He however noted that the government of Liberia through the NCHE will continue to work with AMI on a program that will allow Liberian students to study in universities in South Africa since the group is South African based.

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