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GTI and Projects Liberian Officials along with Local Government authorities at one of the sites in Nimba County GTI and Projects Liberian Officials along with Local Government authorities at one of the sites in Nimba County

Several communities in Nimba to benefit from modern wells

In an effort to contribute to the Pro-Poor Agenda of the Government of Liberia, the Liberian-American based humanitarian organization, Gospel Train International (GTI), in partnership with Project Liberia, is currently constructing eight modern Wells in a number of communities throughout Nimba County.

A dispatch from the United States quotes the Chief Executive Officer of Gospel Train International and Methodist, Reverend Olive Adams, currently based in the United States as saying that funds for the modern wells are being provided through the financial support of the American Philanthropist, Mr. George based in Cincinnati, Ohio the United States.

According to Rev. Adams of Gospel Train International, the wells are being constructed under a special partnership with a mission station working in Liberia, particularly in Nimba County called, Projects Liberia, under the leadership of the American Missionary, and Pastor, Shonnie Wellspring.

Also speaking at one of the construction sites, the Focal Person for GTI, Veteran Liberian Broadcast Journalist, Prince Dunbar, informed reporters that the Liberian non for profit organization since July of 2021 has constructed and dedicated 25 wells and hand pumps in other parts of Liberia, largely in Bomi, Grand Cape Mount, Grand Bassa, Margibi, Bong, and Lofa Counties.

Additional, Mr. Dunbar said plans are underway for similar humanitarian gestures to cover the Southeastern parts of Liberia effective January of 2022.

 

 

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