Liberia

There have been about 7,732 infections and 249 coronavirus-related deaths reported in Liberia since the pandemic began.

We have stronger interests in seven countries - Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, and Malawi. Cameroon & Kenya The CTAP project looks to track all the resources committed to Africa.

Key Numbers

7,732

Total Cases

178

Active Cases

7,260

Recovered Cases

249

Total Deaths

$317M+

Total Resources Committed

$113.1M

In-Kind Support

5M+

Country Population

79.28%

Doses per 100 People

2M+ (63.2%)

Fully vaccinated

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CTAP Stories in Liberia

“Before the covid-19 things were fine for us the marketers but since the lockdown things have gotten hard. People are not buying from us like before. Due to this, we can’t afford sending our children to school”
Fatu Kamara
Marketer, Liberia
“Government response to covid has been really a collective effort. It has been really great. it’s one that’s recognized internationally and we give the credit to H. E President George Weah. You remember the government was new to leadership. It was in the second year of leadership when covid-19 hits. It means the experience was not there but the wisdom the president used to reactivate the IMS Incident Management System which is divided into a number of pillars. And one of those pillars which I head is the WASH pillar, and everything that has to do with water, sanitation and hygiene comes under the WASH Pillar”
Bobby Whitefield
CEO, National Wash Commission of Liberia
“Most often we used to hear about District Development Fund that used to be given to the Representatives but what we know when they receive it, they and their families will. We the citizens of the district don’t receive anything”
George Kaiwu
On COVID-19 Funds
“We saw how stimulus packages were given in other countries around the world even though we got a few medical equipment, but as a citizen, I think the public needs to be aware. They need to know what came in. we too need to be asked as it relates to covid-19 materials we received then we can know the process was transparent”
Sallay BoaKai
Health worker

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