UNICEF Country Representative Mr. Sheldon Yett, cutting the ribbon The Monrovia City Corporation or MCC, has dedicated an eight-room public toilet to residents of Weasaye community in Fiamah, Sinkor.
The MCC says the toilet is the first of three public facilities to be constructed at various locations in Fiamah with sponsorship from the United Nations Children Fund, UNICEF. A press release from the MCC says UNICEF Country Representative here, Mr. Sheldon Yett, who cut the ribbon to the facility, praised the City Corporation for the project and advised the residents to maintain the toilets, because they will contribute to clean and healthier community.
Mr. Yett stressed the durability of the toilet depends on the commitment of the community in taking ownership and providing proper maintenance. Also speaking, the Mayor of the City of Monrovia lauded UNICEF for the partnership and financial support to the MCC in bringing relief to the residents of Fiamah through the construction of public toilets.
In response, the community residents expressed gratitude to the MCC and UNICEF for the construction and pledged their commitment to its upkeep. They however, appealed for necessary supplies for the initial maintenance of the toilet. The Weasaye facility has two compartments: one for males and the other for females, each containing three toilets, a shower and a wheelchair ram for visually and physically challenged persons. Press release