Community Involvement

With a democratically elected government in place since January 2006, Liberia seeks to reconstruct its shattered economy. The Liberian Government is working to improve the business climate, has formed a commission to deal with land tenure issues, and is reviewing tax and tariff regimes to harmonize them with neighbors in the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).

As part of the Company’s commitment to the people of Liberia, Simba Energy has formed a non-profit Society to contribute to the social welfare of the communities in Grand Bassa and Margibi counties.

The Society’s mission is to contribute to a better way of life for the local people by providing medical, educational and nutritional necessities.

In Marshall City, in Margibi county, the Society has already provided support and funding on an ongoing basis for a number of social programs:

  • Repairing water wells;
  • Provided medical clinics with prescription medicines and medical supplies;
  • Provided schools with necessary provisions such as generators/fuel vouchers, supplies and vaccinations;
  • Established a Co-op program with the University of Liberia to provide students educational teaching seminars on oil and gas exploration & development while also providing students some field work for the Company.

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