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Charity Group Gives Hand Pumps, Seed Rice To 3 Counties

The international US-Liberian based charity, Gospel Train International Incorporated, has constructed and dedicated 6 modern hand pumps valued nearly twenty-six thousand United States Dollars, in Margibi and Grand Bassa Counties and also distributed Seed Rice to nearly forty thousand farmers in Lofa and Margibi Counties.
Gospel Train International Inc. established in 2015, is a non-governmental and non-for profit Liberian-US based organization has been engaged in the distribution of seed rice and farming tools since 2020 while distribution and farm irrigations are now constructing modern hand pumps in parts of Liberia free of charge.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Gospel Train International Inc., Reverend Oliver Adams, a United Methodist Clergyman, funds for the hand pumps and seed rice were made possible through the American Humanitarian family, commonly called, Mr. and Mrs. George, currently based in the United States in an effort to help buttress the Government of Liberia Pro-poor Agenda.
Speaking for the benefiting towns and villages, during the dedication ceremony, the Town Chief of Barclay Town Margibi County, Joe Kortima expressed thanks and appreciation to the American philanthropists, Mr. and Mrs. George for putting smiles on the faces of the people of Liberia, mainly in Margibi and Grand Bassa. Town Chief Kortima, with the consent of the Elders, Traditional Leaders and the people bestow upon the American, Mr. George, the name, “Mr. Clean Water Man”. The Margibi County Town Chief said, the citizens are very happy for the provision of clean water that will greatly address and help to reduce the water born sicknesses in Margibi, Bassa, and other surrounding villages and towns in the Country.

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