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Liberia: Poor Sanitation, Drainage Threaten Bong Mines Bridge Residents

allAfrica, 02 June 2014

 

As the raining season starts in Liberia, people residing in slum communities especially in and around Monrovia are now worried because their respective communities stand the risk of being flooded or polluted mostly due to poor sanitary and drainage conditions.

 

Many of these slum communities lack decent toilet facilities coupled with serious problems of waste management and the constant misuse of drainage thereby putting them at risk.

 

Residents of these communities always experience serious health hazards during the heavy down pour of rain.

 

One of such community is the Bong Mines Bridge Area/king Peters Town Community located on the Bushrod Island, near the Nation's Capital, Monrovia.

 

The Community has a population of over 50 thousand inhabitants. Read More....