Palm Oil Company Accused of Exploiting Ebola Crisis | Land Portal

NEW YORK TIMES

Palm Oil Company Is Accused of Exploiting Liberia's Ebola Crisis

By CLAIR MacDOUGALL

AUG. 1, 2015

Community land rights are only vaguely recognized in Liberia, with current laws granting the government powers to seize land for concessions.

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Photo: UNMIL/Emmanuel Tobey. Two women walk in front of a billboard, which says "Ebola must go. Stopping Ebola is Everybody's Business" in Monrovia, Liberia. 15 January 2015. Creative Commons CC by ND 2.0 license

 

 

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