Thursday, 17 May 2007


One of Liberia’s biggest challenges is getting food from the country to the markets in the cities without any reliable forms of freight transportation. Taxis are the most commonly used methods, and every highway into Monrovia carries many of these vehicles, all carrying 6 passengers minimum (instead of the four the car is meant to carry), and usually all horribly overloaded. Its no wonder that all the fruit we receive is over-ripe and bruised. Olly

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