African Children’s Talent Discovery Foundation Holds Educational Conference with UL

African Children’s Talent Discovery Foundation Holds Educational Conference with UL

Capitol Hill, Monrovia, Liberia – October 27, 2021 – The University of Liberia, in collaboration with a United Nations Grade C Non – Governmental Organization, the African Children’s Talent Discovery Foundation (ACTDF) will host the organization’s founding president, Engr. (Dr.) Noah Nuhu Dallaji in an enterprising Educational Conference on the workings of ACTDF and their plan of actions for young entrepreneurs in Liberia.

The conference will take place on the Capitol Hill campus of the University of Liberia on Friday, October 29, 2021.

ACTDF is a non-governmental organization devoted to talent hunting in diverse fields and in different regions. Through the foundation, many Nigerians and youths from most African countries have been empowered to positively nurture and showcase their God-given talents.

ACTDF is engaged in huge philanthropic activities in a few African countries including Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, and Liberia and with expansion prospects in other countries.

ACTDF support covers education, health, skills development, social economic empowerment, arts, music, and entertainment.

Engr. (Dr.) Noah Nuhu Dallaji, as an icon of youth empowerment, is actively involved in causes that support the weak and vulnerable. He also provides assistance in different forms to the needy and scholarships to brilliant students in diverse disciplines. Dr. Dallaji conducts medical outreach, mentorship, career guidance and counselling for individuals and groups.

The conference will be graced by Her Excellency, the Vice President of Liberia, Madam Jewel Howard – Taylor, and other distinguished members of the public and private sector.

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