Maryland Administrative Building
INGOs Prop Social Service In Harper District
By John N. Bropleh, Maryland County Correspondent
HARPER, Feb 18 (LINA) -The Commissioner of Harper District in Maryland County, Mr. Alfred Thompson, has said that nine major towns in the district have benefitted from basic social services provided by international organizations.
Making the disclosure in an interview with the Liberia News Agency at his Harper City Hall office Monday, Mr. Thompson named the towns as Rock Town, Fish Town, Little Wlebo, MiddleTown, Kabbaken, Worteken, Whole Garaway, Cavalla and Big Town.
He explained that the towns benefitted from safe- drinking water and schools funded by UNHCR through its implementing partners Solidarity, Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and Emergency Relief Service, among others.
Mr. Thompson noted that besides these services, the district also benefitted from seven projects through the County Development Fund.
He named the projects as a market building located in Jacksonville, a bridge in Springhill, two culverts on the Fish Town Road, three onWholegray road, Hoffman Station Bridge which is still ongoing and the commissioner’s compound.