While Liberia’s economic growth has been one of Africa’s many success stories over the last decade, its recent progress has been overshadowed by the devastation of the Ebola epidemic. The disease hit the West African country hardest, killing more than 4,000 people and ravaging communities nationwide.
Having been part of the fabric of Liberia since its operations first began in 1949, the
“Liberia may have been fractured by the tragedy of Ebola over the last year but its spirit will never be broken,” Cummings said. “Supporting progress through both economic investment and social programs is part of our commitment to help grow our business and the communities we serve.”
“By creating new direct employment opportunities within our operations and providing access to advanced education facilities and safe water, we hope to transform the opportunities available for current and future generations of Liberians,” said Alfonso Libano, chairman, Equatorial
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