By Togar Alexander Bealded
Half a decade and running, the Checago Bright Foundation (CBF), Inc has not stopped doing humanitarian work for Liberia and Liberians. Over the weekend, the CBF, Inc through its CEO, Mr. Checago Bright-Sawo and partner, S4 Infinity, dedicated a modern hand-pump for use by the people of Wen’s town in rural lower Margibi County, the first of its kind in twenty years.
Dedicating the project, Mr. Jallah Kesselly, President of NOBEL Liberia Limited, said described water as life and expressed his gratitude to Mr. Bright-Sawo for his unflinching support to people in rural Liberia.
He expressed his company’s willingness to continue partnership with the foundation in making remarkable gains amongst striving citizens in sorting out some of their challenges.
He however called on citizens and residents of Wen’s town to maintain the facility for the good of their community.
“Government is not the answer to all of our problems,” Mr. Sawo told the community’s residents, while urging them to continue to partner with government in advancing the fast development drive of the nation. He also called on residents of the area to maintain the project.
The Checago Bright Foundation, Inc continues to touch several lives through water, sanitation and education. CBF has done projects in five of Liberia’s fifteen counties including, Margibi, Bassa, Montserrado, Gbapolu and Bong.