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J. F Kennedy Medical Center rewards Berenice Mulubah for donation and mentorship 

Liberian blogger, Berenice Mulubah just visited her homeland, Liberia, after many years.  During her visit, she spend some time at the JFK hospital, working with social workers on the Parenting A Parent program, for pregnant teenagers.  The program encourages the young mothers to return to school and complete their education. 

The Parenting A Parent program was initiated by Dr. Macdonald at JFK.  It has been in existence since 2007.  Through this program, some of the girls made it through college successfully.  

At the end of Berenice's visit, she donated $500usd. The blogger was rewarded a letter of appreciation from the staff, for her time speaking with the girls and her donation.  

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