Only 12% of Liberia has working electricity and it’s mostly in the capital of Monrovia. The smaller towns and remote villages have to rely heavily on gas-powered generators.
When we arrived, their generator was so old and weak that they couldn’t provide electricity for the children in school. And the other church had just had their generator stolen.
We were so excited to be able to provide two generators on our last trip. The one pictured here is the one that runs the electricity for church services and for their school.