T. Alexander Brown Youth Volunteer Program






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T. Alexander Brown Environmental Youth Training Program launched on October 1, 2016.

The Center for Environmental & Public Health Research formally launched the “T. Alexander Brown Environmental Volunteer Program’ which occasion will take place on October 1, 2016 in Gbarnga, Bong County, Liberia.


This program is named in honor of a very committed and determined young Liberian who used all of his time volunteering to make Liberia a healthy place to live. T. Alexander Brown was an icon of commitment to service regardless of challenges he saw before him. He was flexible, creative, energetic, selfless and above all a young man of integrity. He believed that there was always a way to improve health and a reason to save lives.


Before his demise on August 6, 2016, the Late T. Alexander Brown and other staff members of the Center for Environmental & Public Health Research planned to offer free training for high school students and/or graduates in areas such as Environmental Monitoring & Advocacy; Climate Change; Community Health, Sanitation & Waste Management; Disaster Prevention, Management & Response, amongst others. In addition to these, the program will teach young Liberians the importance of youth voluntarism and community service as well as provide a platform for them to build and identify career opportunities that might be used in the rebuilding of our country.


The training will be conducted simultaneously in Gbarnga and Monrovia, and the first phase will begin on the 3rd of October, 2016 with over 500 beneficiaries at both sites. Other phases of the program will continue throughout the year.

It is our dream to touch every community in Liberia, once we can always have the needed training resources to do so.


We would appreciate were you to give us your moral, financial or material support to aid us with the effective execution of this very important project.

In five years, we want to make Liberia an environmentally informed nation.

Thanks for joining us in this great undertaking. Long Live the Memories of T. Alexander Brown


Over 550 Liberian youths to benefit the T. Alexander Brown Youth Volunteer Training at the Center for For Environmental & Public Health Research in Gbarnga and Monrovia

Providing leadership in environmental and health related programs by working at the community level through young people who have passion to change their world