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By Solomon T. Gaye Sr.
The Right and Rice Foundation has trained over 30 women residing in various communities in Camp Four (4) in Yekepa, Nimba County.
Mr. Joseph Ballah, Rights and Rice Foundation’s trainer, told the participants that women will help the community to engage the company or government in terms of concession agreement, local government act and L A D I.
He said Camp Four is an operational site for the company that requires more training for the community members to engage the company constructively in terms of the concession agreement signed among the community, company and government.
However, Oldman Wilson Yeah, John Paye and Peter Vaye thanked the organizers of the programme to have selected their camp as a training center.
They went further that community members will join the women to teach others to learn about local government act, concession agreement and L A D I to advocate against mob violence in the district.
Madame Martha Saye and Oretha Tiah, commenting on the training programme called on the organizers to extend the programme to other rural communities across the country to educate women about the local government act, concession agreement and L A D I, which is important for women.
Camp 4 in Yekepa will boost high human population that lacks basic infrastructure in terms of safe drinking water, pit latrine and health facilities due to the failure of ArcelorMittal to modernize the concession site.

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