"We Give Because Every Child Deserves A Bright Future!"

Our Story

Who We Are.

Video About Our Story

In 1989 a terrible war engulfed Liberia and thousands of individuals fled to safety. Some sought comfort in the USA, while others found sanctuary in Europe and elsewhere. Although thousands were displaced, many were left behind to suffer through the chaos that ensued. Today those that were fortunate enough to flee to safety have come back to rebuild the communties that were once abandoned.

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Now is the Time to Give

Your support changes and saves lives today. Help us establish libraries, build schools, distribute books, and empower children to realize their dreams.

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Learn more about how you can get involved. We believe education is a doorway out of poverty. Help us create opportunities for children to reach their full potential.

Our Mission

Our mission is to help young impoverished children impacted by war torn conditions escape poverty through education and regain hope through investing in their communities.

Your Support Saves Lives

As a non-governmental, non-profit organization, KEDO’s mission is to support education for the children of Kpalo-bli and surrounding family villages. Creating sustainable social and economic development for the villagers and humanitarian activities to assist the community is our mission.

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Meet The Team

Roseline Queh-Sarnor

Rose is Founder & President of KEDO. Her leadership and compassion help bring the organization to life. Coupled with her extensive background in counseling and behavioral health she is determined to drive KEDO to it’s full potential. She holds her B.S. in Business Administration from Cheyney University.

Blamah Sarnor
Marketing & Brand Management

Blamah Sarnor is the head of Marketing and Brand Management at KEDO. He is also a member of the Board of Directors. He’s the eldest son of Roseline with more then 7 years of experience in digital and direct marketing. He also holds a B.S. in Business Management from Bucknell University.

Abdul Sarnor
IT & Software Development

Abdul Sarnor is the head of Information Technology & Software Development at KEDO with over 10 years of experience in building and delivering technology solutions. He is the youngest son of Roseline and earned a B.S. in Information Science and Technology from Temple University.

Board of Directors

Wayne Wallace
Maria Sadler
Dr. Dianah Lake
Executive Chair of Health

Dr. Dianah Lake is an Emergency Medicine Physician. She currently heads KEDO’s Health Clinic project.

John Monroe
John Towah
Lee Teel

Sustainable Development




Our philosophy is a bottom-up approach to participatory community engagement and development. We believe real positive change takes place at the local level on the ground and in the community.

Prosperity begins with the fundamental concept of value. The currency of value and the context in which it is exchanged and managed is crucial. Exploring human capital and it’s potential through creative means will allow honest expression and discovery. The building of self-confidence and self-esteem through trust and tangible skill sets are engines that initiate valuable economic ecosystems within the community.

We aim to transform the human condition through nurture, advocacy, and activism. This approach leads to tangible results and allow people to take immediate action on matters that concern them and even help contribute to beneficial actions on a wider societal scale.

Critical Factors for Community Development

Cognitive & Behavioral Psychology
Education and Training
Law and Government