International Trends and Services


The mission of the International Trends and Services facet is to expand the global platform for programs designed and developed to service the educational, health and cultural needs of people of African descent throughout the world. All programmatic components of the facet are delivered through measurable and sustainable service delivery methods that reach women and their families.


The foremost goal of the International Trends and Services facet is to provide opportunities for tangible service in other countries. Our “boots on the ground” approach provides for more personalized methods for assisting and improving the lives of women, children and men worldwide through long-term programs committed to empowerment and public policy leadership in advocating for social justice.




The Links, Incorporated is committed to expanding its global presence and will embark on a journey to Liberia and Ghana in February 2013. We look to broaden our International Trends and Services platform for programs designed to service the educational, health and cultural needs of people of African descent.

During our visit to Liberia and Ghana, we will demonstrate our commitment to enriching and sustaining the cultural and economic survival of people of African ancestry, through friendship and service.

While spending 10 days in West Africa, members of The Links, Incorporated will:


  • Visit Liberian schools adopted by The Links, Incorporated: School for the Blind, Ann Sandell School, and AME University
  • Witness the dedication ceremony of The Links Maternal Waiting Home
  • Explore the history and culture of African villages in Liberia and Ghana
  • Walk through Kakum National Park in Accra, Ghana
  • Tour historic landmarks

SIGNATURE PROGRAM: Education across the Miles


Since 1996, The Links, Incorporated has built, refurbished and furnished educational materials to over 60 schools in South Africa, successfully making a direct and significant impact on the lives of thousands of African students and families. Contact with these schools continues today as The Links, Incorporated positions itself to adopt four schools in Liberia, West Africa – the Todee School, AME University, the School for the Blind, and the Ann Sandell School. Through in-kind donations, monetary support, and the lending of professional expertise in curriculum and lesson plan development, we will aid in the reestablishment of the Liberian educational system which was decimated by many years of civil war.