Discipleship Training Center

The Discipleship Training Center (DTC) is a home for orphaned and impoverished high school and college age boys. The goal of DTC is raise up Godly, courageous men who will be leaders in their home, communities and countries. Currently DTC houses 9, but it has the ability to hold 12 if there are sufficient funds. It costs approximately $200 a month to house, clothe and school each member. Right now each student needs additional funds to achieve the $200 a month goal. We support this ministry in conjunction of Provision of Hope who began DTC in 2005. 


Daniel Keamue

Dean of the home

Educate Liberia

We take free public education for granted, but in Liberia almost all students must pay to attend school. In addition, they must buy uniforms and supplies and get to school on their own – no school busses! For many families, the cost of sending multiple children to school can be difficult if not impossible. 

Schools have re-opened since the Ebola outbreak, yet many families have had to deal with rising food cost, loss of income, and in some cases, loss of their primary financial provider because of Ebola. Compare with food, clothes and shelter, school becomes a distant priority. 

Education however, is crucial to the future of Liberia and it’s people. Without it the vicious cycle of poverty continues.


Here's what money can do

$100 = registration and tuition for one semester grades K-9

$150 = registration and tuition for one semester grades 10-12

$20 = leather school shoes

$15 = school uniform

$10 = book bag

$5 = school supplies

$500-$1,000 per year for trade school

$2,000-$4,000 per year for a college education

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Daniel Keamue

Dean of the home

Daniel Keamue is the live-in dean at the DTC and also its accountant. He has been with Provision of Hope since they opened their first boy’s home in 2005. He has a degree in business and has been a responsible dean and reliable accountant. His parents are no longer living.


Kelvin Talweh

Manager of the Provision Gardens

Kelvin Talweh is one of the managers of the Provision Gardens run by Provision of Hope. He runs workshops on nutrition, organic gardening, and medicinal plants. He teaches communities and families how to plant and sustain their own organic gardens – an enormous need in Liberia. He has been at the DTC since 2005. His parents are no longer living.


Daniel Coleman

Head of Widow Programs

Daniel Coleman is the head of our Widow Programs, and is in charge of our Mat to Mattress program. Has been with us since 2005 as a high school student. Today he is a senior in university studying Criminal Law.


Frank Julutoe

Junior at University

Frank Julutoe is a junior at university studying Architectural Engineering. He came to the DTC in 2009 sometime after his parents died. Frank has the heart of a teacher and evangelist! He teaches Bible studies at his church and in the home. He also teaches the widows that gather for the rice distribution. Frank is always eager to learn more about the Word of God.

Jacob Lotodo in Orange working on garden prep

Jacob Lotodo

Intern with Organics 4 Orphans

Jacob Lotodo, from Kenya, has been at the DTC for two years.  He is an intern with Organics 4 Orphans and works closely with Provision of Hope in training communities on the “hows” and “whys” of organic gardening. He and Kelvin often work together. In April, Jacob will return to his family in Kenya. He needs money for airfare.


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