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Life and dignity at risk

The water, sanitation and hygiene sector in Liberia

2010 Available in English

Man in Liberia wears a t-shirt encouraging good sanitation.

Man in Liberia wears a t-shirt encouraging good sanitation. Photo: Jay Butcher/Tearfund

This report asks questions crucial to the process of turning the Government of Liberia’s commitment to safe water and decent sanitation into positive outcomes for its 3.5 million citizens.

It gives an overview of the country’s water and sanitation sectors, details government plans and policies and makes recommendations for the government, donors and civil society.

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