To facilitate the establishment of quality training and employment for teenage and adult persons with intellectual disabilities (ID) in Liberia, West Africa.

You stopped by to browse and find out how you can help make a big difference in the life of an intellectually disabled (ID) individual in Liberia, West Africa. We need your support. Thank you for your interest.

MHA is now in special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), since 2019.

We look forward to working with you to help dispel the myth. Everyone can be productive; once given a chance!

MHA Tax ID Number is 52-1991282; for taxable contributions.

Partnership: Please help… Give A Child a Chance, Be A Sponsor!

Whatever you may decide to do, consider what your gift might do…Read more
$50.00 a month sponsors a client in the vocational training program
$30.00 a month sponsors a client in the special needs day program
$10.00 a month sponsors a client in the respite program education


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Choose a Respite Client  Here

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Advocacy: We Have Rights

We would like to see a change in attitude of the Liberian community. Noting that our constituency is not the result of something mothers did wrong and being punished for. Nor that their disabilities are the handy work of the devil, or that those with disabilities have nothing productive to offer the community.

#WDSD 18 – WhatIBringToMyCommunity

“What I Bring To My Community” features videos of people with Down Syndrome, their friends and peers describing how they can and do make meaningful contributions to the community throughout their lives. This campaign is seeking to tackle negative attitudes and a lack of knowledge about the potential of people with Down Syndrome, which prevents them from having opportunities to make contributions.

#WDSD 19- #LeaveNoOneBehind

“Leave No One Behind” features videos of people with Down Syndrome, their friends, peers and advocates. The campaign will seek to tackle negative attitudes and a lack of knowledge about the potential of people with Down Syndrome, which for many prevents them from having opportunities.

#WDSD 20 – WeDecide

“We Decide” features videos of people with Down Syndrome, their friends, peers and advocates. The campaign will seek to tackle negative attitudes and a lack of knowledge about the potential of people with Down Syndrome, which for many prevents them from experiencing full participation.