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UNMIL, GoL Building US$58,000 CSC In Rivercess
By Ballah M. Kollie, LINA
MONROVIA, March 5 (LINA) - Construction of the Rivercess County Service Center (CSC) will cost US$58,000, according to the National Program Director of the Decentralization Secretariat, Dr. Roosevelt Jayjay.
Explaining the overview of the Cestos City CSC, Jayjay said US$48,000 of the amount will be provided by UNMIL’s Quick-Impact Project, while the remaining US$10,000.00 will be contributed by the Liberian Government.
He made the disclosure Thursday in Cestos City, Rivercess County at ceremonies marking the ground-breaking for the construction of a CSC in the county.
The CSC is part of the National Deconcentration Platform primarily intended to bring services closer to the people.
The services include documentation relating to permits, licenses and certifications are offered at the same quality and cost in Monrovia.
The Cestos CSC will also provide variety of services, including the issuance of driver’s license, marriage certificates, business registration, land deeds, birth certificates and psychosocial services, among others.
The building will consist of 14 rooms, including 12 offices, a awaiting room and conference hall, among others.
In remarks, UNMIL Civil Affairs Officer Bornfree Adile praised the Quick-Impact Project, terming it as a project that will promote inclusive participation in local governance and access to services.