Seledorwon USA Inc.

Let’s Support the Agricultural 

Transformation in 

Liberia

781-303-6433

Modernizing Agricultural Production

Seledorn USA Inc. has one goal—that is to improve the agriculture projects in the villages of Boinsen District, Bong County, Republic of Liberia. It’s difficult for villager to produce enough food because they still use primitive tools. As a nonprofit organization, we raise funds to help them with modern equipment like agricultural tractor to reduce  their physical libore. 

Mission Statement

We aim to replace the agricultural sector’s current tools with modern ones to make it easier for small scale farmer to produce more food.

Our Dedication to Help

Liberia is a less developed and food-deficit country, it ranks 177th of 185 countries in the human development index according to UNDP 2016 human development index report. The 1989-2003 brutal civil war in Liberia resulted in the death of at least 250,000 men, women and children and an unspecified number of villagers were displaced from their villages and took refuge in neighboring countries: Guinea, Ivory Coast and Sierra Leone. After the milieu of the 14 years brutal civil war the country is slowly recovering. However, the agricultural sector still in its primitive stage.

Farmers are still using machetes, axes, hoes, and knives as farming tool. This archaic method of fire-fallow involves cutting and burning of trees in forest to create space or site for planting seeds. In this process, the farmer has no means of grubbing up stumps and clearing logs from the fields. The seeds are scattered amongst clutter of logs and stumps and hoes are used for tilling the soil. In this way the growth and yield is hamper because the stumps and other trees left in the field compete with the crops for nutrients in the soil. Some centuries ago this farming method had been transformed in many countries around the world. In some less developed countries animals have been domesticated and trained to perform most of the physical farm work previously done by human beings.

After brushing and burning the vegetation on the left hand side, it is let dry and then burn. The photo on the right shows the farm after burning. Stage s one two and three completed, which include brushing and feeling of trees.

Stage four is cutting the chips and then burn. The photo on the left shows the pad of chips set to be burned.

The photo on the right shows the pad of chips been burned.

After burning the pad of chips in the photo on the left hand side, the field is now ready for planting. The photo in the right hand side shows two women planting rice. A task reserve for women in Boinsen District culture.

BURNING CHIPS

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About Our Founder

Our leader is a product of the University of Massachusetts Collage of Public and Community Service.  He major in community planning. He is 64 year old .Coming Soon

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Service Area

Serving People in the Agricultural Sector of Liberia

Contact Information

Seledorwon USA Inc.

112 Southampton St

Boston, Massachusetts 02118

in care of Kesseh Yeleboe

Phone: 781-303-6433

Email: [email protected] 

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