Sustainable Liberia (previously known as Balama Development Alliance) is countering hopelessness by creating sustainable communities in Liberia through evangelism and discipleship, leadership development, education and job training, infrastructure development, and economic empowerment. Sustainable Liberia, Inc. is registered in the United States as a non-profit, tax-deductible 501(c)3 organization to the full extent of the law.
EVANGELISM & DISCIPLESHIP
Long-term work on the ground by Liberians and multi-week trips into villages by Americans fundamentally work together to give rural Liberians access to Jesus. All of those ventures flow out of and for the purpose of bringing evangelism and discipleship to rural Liberia.
EDUCATION & JOB TRAINING
In August of 2006, Sustainable Liberia partnered with the village leaders in the Suacoko District of Bong County to begin the first primary school in the area.
The national unemployment rate in Liberia is 85%. Sustainable Liberia provides opportunities to economically empower the communities through a micro-loan program, community farms and other self-enabling projects.
Sustainable Liberia believes that there can be no sustainable change without leaders and individuals who have outstanding character and a firm spiritual foundation.
Our goal is to see rural Liberian villages flourish in freedom, as together we build a sustainable infrastructure to cultivate renewal and healthy communities. This means that we also help develop the basic physical needs for sustainable living which may include access to renewable food supplies, clean water, safe shelter, sanitation, education, medical care and more.