My name is Ms. Jamah F. Kessellee, a single mother with two children (boys) at the age of 33 years. I am presently residing in Totota, Lower Bong County. My late fiancé (James Kessellee) and me moved to Totota from Gbarnga when fell to the Anti-Charles Taylor rebels in 1994. While in Totota in 2014, my fiancé got ill solemnly with no idea of what was going on. In search of his illness cure, we took him to various hospitals in Monrovia and other part of Liberia but to no avail. The doctors could not diagnosed his case but kept crying from his stomach ache, severe headache and great dread down in his body structure. In continue effort to get him recover, the family took him to the Tapita Hospital in Nimba County, but still proof futile. After departing Tapita Hospital brokenhearted, the mother took him to an unknown traditional herbalist in Lofa County near the Guinea border. He stayed there for some months in an off and on health situations. It was same until that faithful day in 2015 when he expired during the Ebola crisis in Liberia. Since his death, I have had difficult time in trying to educate my children (Tarnue Kessellee, 11 years in grade 5 and Prince Kessellee, 8 ½ years in grade 1 respectively) since their father’s sickness and death cost the family a huge financial breakdown. Presently, I strived very hard to get them in school for this year first semester but not sure of how I can get them in for January 2017 second semester. With the above situation, I pray and hope that God Almighty will provide through the Relief Inc. KID’s education program assistance for my children education. Thanks for your many assistance to the vulnerable children in Liberia through your education program.