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Building Capacity Outreach, a non-profit, was created through our passion to want change in the lives of at-risk girls back in our respective homeland in Africa -- Liberia and Zambia. Before we migrated to the United States, our belief that these young at-risk girls should not be driven into lesser conditions than their male counterparts.. We believe there should be no place for injustice against girls. If the world will not give girls the simple kindness it is willing to give boys, now, we can collectively build a world where girls will have a fair chance to succeed. Will you join us in driving this goal?

This brings to mind something Gandhi who once said: "Be the change you want to see in this world."

We are committed to bringing change to the lives of at-risk girls who are marginalized. Social Change can be realized if we are willing to act collectively. We do believe in the potential of girls and  we are willing to act now, we are determined to  build a better world for both boys and girls to participate equally. The time is now for us to use this opportunity to  make the difference and touch the lives of so many girls who are depending on us to transform their lives.

As Lyndon Johnson once said, "Tomorrow is ours to win or lose." We thank our supporters, donors, family and friends for contributing to this cause to realize our dream for the benefit of our girls.Together, we can dream for a better world where girls are welcome at the table of success. Let us make the dream come true!

We end with encouraging words of President Ellen Johnson Sirlief of Liberia who said, "If your dreams don't scare you, they are not big enough."



Diana M. McCluney MBA

Diana McCluney MBA, is a co-founder, born in Zambia, Kitwe, Southern Africa and migrated to the United States of America in 2003. She attended the University of Arkansas Fort Smith, where she obtained a BSc in Operations Management and completed an MBA from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. She manages one of the branches of a major bank in the Northern Virginia Region as a Market Leader and Small Business Banker.

Dr. Wilmot N. Adekoya PhD

Founder Wilmot Nah Adekoya PhD was born in Liberia, Monrovia, West Africa, came to the USA in 1983 and attended City College City University of New York and completed his BSc Computer Networking, Master in Telecommunication Technology, from Strayer University. Dr. Adekoya went on to complete his PhD in Public Policy and Administration/Homeland Security Coordination from Walden University. Dr. Adekoya works for a major Defense contractor at the Department of Defense, supporting the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as a policy and governance analyst and an adjunct professor with Northern Virginia Community College and Strafford University.

  • Why Donate Us?
    Because education for girls should not be compromised. The longer we wait, the gap between educated boys population to girls will widen. Join us to change this dynamic and give girls a fair chance to compete. Send Checks to: P. O. Box 35 Garrisonville, Virginia 22463-0035 E/Payment PayPal Account
  • How Can I Assist?
    Make a generous donation or commit to being a long-time financial supporter. Be a committed supporter Help us fund critical projects. Assist with strategies on grant allocation process. Assist in grant writing. Provide information on resources allocation,. Support the organization with comprehensive ideas. Tell others about the organization’s projects to change lives of at-risk girls in Africa. Commit to a long term sponsorship.
  • What Are The Projects?
    We provide college education and vocational skills training for at-risk girls. We provide funds for college enrollment. We provide college tuition assistance, We provide monthly allowance to assist girls with personal needs, We provide mentorship, and leadership.We provide encouragement, engagement,and encouragement. We work on collaboration, coordination and networking. We ensure that girls are encouraged to study in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering Math (STEM)



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