Let’s celebrate the improvements that have taken place in people’s lives since the Universal Outreach community started collaborating with ambitious Liberians and Hondurans.
earned by beekeepers
Clean drinking water to 22,400
560 well technicians trained
34,500 lives touched during Ebola
64,000+ sq ft
of educational infrastructure built
4110+ jobs created through economic development
UOF’s beekeeping extension team continues to train and support beekeepers across Liberia. This year they supported 593 beekeepers
191 new beekeepers are trained and 9 new communities engage in beekeeping.
1174 gallons of honey are harvested.
Liberia Pure buys $40,000 USD of honey.
209 hives , 13 honey extractors, 27 smokers, and 45 beesuits are distributed.
UOF distributes the following equipment to new beekeepers: 48 honey extractors, 116 smokers, 234 beekeeping suits, 2580 beehives.
2 new communities are trained in coconut oil production.
Liberia Pure buys $34,600 of coconut oil from coconut oil producers, trained by Universal Outreach.
97 Scholarships awarded through our Bright Stars scholarship program.
9 students graduate from high school and tech school
Strive, the after-school learning centre, offers music, computers, cultural dance, arts and crafts, reading programs, tailoring and tutoring.
6 people receive music scholarships thanks to Canadian NGO, Instruments Beyond Borders.
13,359 people attend programs at Strive, our after-school resource center
10 businesses attend Universal Outreach's Business Development program. 100% of the businesses were in operation 6 months after the program was complete with an average income increase of $300/month.
Waves for Change program utilize our facilities for their program.
Global Handwashing Day provides awareness of hand hygiene and distributes 3619 bars of soap to hospitals and individuals.
Construction begins on the surf tourism project in Robertsport and a select group of donors support the 9th Annual Surf Competition.
UOF’s beekeeping extension team continues to train and support beekeepers across Liberia. They support 1528 people in 92 communities and 10 counties.
UOF partners with The World Bank, Liberia Forest Development Authority, Wild Chimpanzee Foundation, Diamonds for Peace and The Royal Society for Bird Conservation to train over 550 beekeepers.
2159 gallons of honey is harvested and 304 kg of wax valued at $49,472 USD.
UOF distributes the following equipment to new beekeepers: 48 honey extractors, 116 smokers, 234 beekeeping suits, 2580 beehives
The first community-based coconut oil processing factory is established in Rivercess County.
Liberia Pure develops a line of coconut oil soaps in 5 different scents.
Construction of a new honey collection and education centre in Lofa County is completed at the cost of $17.92/sq foot
The Bright Stars scholarship program awards 93 scholarships.
Strive, the after school learning centre offers music, computers, cultural dance, arts and crafts, reading programs and tutoring
5122 people attend programs at Strive during the 4 months Strive was open (COVID effected the center's ability to open)
Two new business get coaching from Universal Outreach, Philips Guest House and Chris's Cold Water Business.