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Global Communities Urged To Extend Project
By Wellington G. Patrick, LINA Nimba County Correspondent
MONROVIA, April 28 (LINA) - Local authorities in Nimba County have appealed to Global Communities, a non-governmental organization, operating in the county to extend its projects to the Gbee and Doru areas.
Gbee and Doru are Nimba’s remotest districts, lacking access to road, health facility, school and safe drinking water.
It was reported that the two districts were left out of Global Communities project plan for this year, but the local authorities say it was better to include the region in projects initiated by government and partners.
Responding to the call, County Coordinator for Global Communities in Nimba, Elizabeth Geddeh, assured the organization’s decision to cover Nimba with its Partnership for Advancing Community Based Project (PACS), a project to advance community services to every part of the county in phases.
“The first year of the project is covering Gbehlay, Sanniquellie, Saclepea Mah Districts, including 90 targeted communities in the county,” Geddeh explained.
The request came at the launch of the Global Communities project referred to as “Project to Advance Community Services” (PACS) held at the Tubman Hall in Sanniquellie at the weekend.