CAMP FOR PEACE LIBERIA DEDICATES TWO MODERN TOILETS TO RURAL SCHOOLS IN LOFA COUNTY

On Wednesday, April 24, 2019, Camp for Peace Liberia dedicated two modern toilet facilities to two rural schools in Salayea District Lofa County. The Gbansue Public School and the Flomo Respect Elementry and Junior High School are the first two schools out of five that have benefited from the Australian Government Direct Aid funded project. The remaining three schools include the Gbonyea Public School, Christian school in Gorlue and the Chris Johnson Elementary School in Salayea.

The five schools mentioned were assessed in 2018 by Camp for Peace Liberia and was noticed that there were no toilet facilities, and kids were using the bush for open defecation a condition which causes serious health risks to the students and teachers.

During the week several local government officials and residents from Salaea District participated in the dedicatory program. For his part the commissioner of Salayea District, Hon Benjamine Gorlama expressed great satisfaction over the work done by Camp for Peace Liberia. He also used the occasion to thank the Australia Government for providing fund for the construction of the modern toilets. For more on this story, please check below. Read more

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