Liberia’s children suffered greatly as a result of the brutal 14-year civil war, which forced most of the country’s children out of the classroom and destroyed the majority of schools.

Despite a decade of unbroken peace, Liberia still faces huge challenges to re-establishing its education system. 60% of children don’t go to school.

Our work

We provide daily meals across the Bomi, Bong, Grand Cape Mount, Gbarpolu, and Montserrado counties.

Started working

Our impact


over 150,000 children receive Mary's Meals

Mary’s Meals office

We have our own country office based in Tubmanburg, Bomi County, around 37 miles from the capital city, Monrovia. The compound is also home to The Oscar Romero School for the Deaf, a residential school supported by Mary’s Meals.

Did you know?

We have been present in Liberia since 1994 (initially as Scottish International Relief) delivering shipments of emergency medical aid, before starting to provide school meals in 2006.