Saturday, March 27, 2010

Your Opportunity to Help Liberian Refugees at Buduburam


Thank you for your kindness toward refugees, like me. I know a lot of people really don’t care about people they have never met, but you have a very kind heart. Your encouragement is very special to me. But what can you do? I really don’t expect you to just give me money; that would be foolish. We do not need a hand out, but a hand up.

People in this refugee settlement have no hope. It is like a death camp here. No help with food, medical or even school for many of us unless we have the money. Many people cannot send their children to school because they are too hungry to study and even if they find a free school they still have to buy uniforms. Very few people have a job and even when we work we are not paid well enough to enjoy modern things. That is just the facts. That is the bad news.

We have some very good news! Along with Life Care Global, Inc of Florida we found a way for you to help us without it costing you any money at all and even save you money. We have a distributorship from a company with unique, high quality products that will help the environment while saving you money.

This will allow you to help us, your car and the environment--with money you would have given to oil companies. Of course it comes with a 100% guarantee. We have a distributorship that will bring us some proceeds and help you with the following:

• Save 10% or more on the MPG whether you drive a gas or diesel auto

• Reduce emissions by up to 30%

• Get your auto’s engine to run at peak performance & last longer

• All profit from this web site goes to help the people of Africa, here in the refugee settlement and the people of Madagascar who lost their government through a coup. Please ask me about how we will use the money to help during this time of extreme hardship here in Ghana and in Madagascar.

• This product has been used for businesses for 7 years saving millions for businesses around the world, much more effective than similar products made with alcohol. It really is unique and much more effective.

• An additional product line of nutritional products also available

• You may use the products as a consumer or become a distributor and earn a second income and get tax benefits for having a home business

I hope you will take a moment to look at the web site, and whether you would like to just use the product for your own use, or generate a second income for yourself, we hope you will support this project.

Please visit our site at:


Joseph M. D. Johnson

Liberian Youth - GIMPA

For additional assistance to verify my connection to this project please contact:

Amanda Summers

Life Care Global, Inc. (nonprofit)


Friday, March 19, 2010

'What Can The Young People Do To Be Seen In The Rebuilding Of Liberia.'

German poet, novelist and dramatist, Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749-1832) said, “Great endowments often announce themselves in youth in the form of singularity and awkwardness.”

The term - Rebuilding - is usually used to refer to a constructive process of engaging all citizens in building social cohesion, economic prosperity and political stability in an inclusive and democratic way. As a passionate young Liberian, it is my delight desire to call to the attention of the Young People of Liberia the abovementioned titled: ‘What Can Young People Do To Be Seen In The Rebuilding Of Liberia.’ Among the hundreds of brilliant suggestion and solution, I’m going to address just few including:

  • Trust: It starts from the family; and trust must be build and developed within the family so that members will learn to trust other people Young. LIB folks must learn to trust one another. Liberia will move forward, immediately when youth have the confidence to believe in the idea and work of one another.
  • Community Initiatives: Group of young people who interact and share certain things as a group can achieve a lot. It’s a ‘Wake Up call,’ effortlessly contributing to making the environment clean, promoting Sex after marriage, initiating community radio talk show, empowerment forums, workshops and many more…. The essence of community initiatives is to help Liberia youth to Develop emotional bonds, Intellectual pathways, Enhanced linguistic abilities and Higher capacity for critical thinking.
  • Promote the Liberian culture: Culture is a way of life, It has a powerful effect on a person’s daily life, It shapes us but we also shape culture. Who told us that Liberia doesn’t have a culture? We have a unique culture, it is very attractive and beautiful! It is the obligation of all Liberian youth to: learned, transmitted, shared, patterned and integrated the culture of Liberia. Stop asking ‘when’ and ask ‘why’ and lets go to work to rebuild Liberia! If culture is adaptive, we must adapt ours.
  • Endorse the values Liberia: We are promoters! If you can promote it you can live it! The values of Liberia are abstract and shared ideas about what is desirable, good, and correct. If Liberian youth can commence the promotion of our Beliefs, Values, Norms, Mores, Laws, the challenge of ‘Rebuilding’ is hopeful!

· We should always look up to the elderly to be in position to start from where they will stop. They help in ensuring that the rights of the people are respected by advocating for them to the people in charge.

· "Youth are not only the leaders of tomorrow, but also the partners of today. ’’ As scholars have stated, "time is not evaluated by what has been harvested, but what has been planted".

  • Responsibility: It is time that Liberian youth must learn assume the responsibilities that will help move the nation forward. This can start at homes, in schools and in the community.

  • Tolerance: Does charity works? YES! We as youth of Liberia must promote the idea of acceptance. We should be taught how to accept individual differences and encourage others in the process.
  • Crime And Crime Prevention: Microsoft ® Encarta ® 2009, wrote, “1956, a major crime is committed every 11.3 seconds in the United States.” That’s about 54 years now. Liberia is not exceptional to an increase. To help rebuild Liberia, young folks must contribute to crime and crime prevention by obeying rules and regulations and promoting national youth policies and creating approaches that can help deviant behaviors.

· In previous times Liberian youth didn't possess the physical strength to be effective soldiers; this was what I realized lately. I read recently that, “World has 6.66 billion population among which 27% constitutes youth) are residing mostly in many-an-old age homes, orphanages, homes for the destitute, juvenile homes, individual families, and jails.” If young people want to be seen in the rebuilding of Liberia, we must take necessary steps and find new methods or revive old methods to avoid the above problems.

· I agreed with my comrade, Srikanth Chintakindi when he wrote, “Youth in order to make his/her country developed, has to sacrifice not only their lives by protecting their country at the borders but also has to protect from internal threats, and make the society a healthy place to live. It is possible only, if the youth realize to stay healthy by sacrificing selfishness, laziness, evilness etc., and by thinking dedicatedly for the growth of nation.