Projects & Activities

Ebola Awareness Campaign

Jola House was deeply affected by the Ebola outbreak in 2014. Most business and economic activity grounded to a halt. Standard tasks to keep Jola House operational – importing materials for production, exporting finished products, obtaining fuel to operate a manufacturing facility, and even transportation to the training center – were extremely difficult or completely […]

Branson Scholarship

We are pleased to announce that Jola House has been accepted into the Branson Scholarship Program. Sponsored by Virgin Unite, the foundation of the Virgin Group. This program is designed to provide business management and technical assistance to Liberian entrepreneurs and small business owners. The Founder of Jola House Liberia, Elfreda Mayson, was selected as […]

Achievement Award Ceremony

To celebrate the contributions and achievements of our colleagues and students, Jola House hosted our First Annual Award Ceremony to commemorate the women we work with. Special mention was given to Hawa, Yvonne and Helen who were awarded Certificates of Excellence for their outstanding performance and dedication. Annie Fumbah was also honored and remembered for […]

Give a Man Flowers While He is Still Alive”
                                       – African Proverb


Our Women

hawa test

I came in contact with Jola house in February, 2013. Since then, I have achieved so much. I have learned to make beads, bags,  and earrings. I can now contribute to my family and community. Jola House is helping women lift their heads up high and my success story has just begun.”

- Hawa

abinna test

I enrolled in the Jola House training program in January 2012 as a seamstress. From the day I entered, Jola House has been a blessing in my life. Through the help of the Jola House family I have improved my production skills and can help sustain my family. Jola House is an organization that is passionate about helping young people improve their lives.

- Abinna

Vic Test

Jola house has helped me in so many ways through both training and financial support. I have learned how to make different kinds of bags, purses, and quilts. I have also begun building a house through savings from my income. I am very grateful to Jola House for improving my life and the life of my family. 


- Victoria