Sierra Leone Fights Corruption, Improves Sanitation
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — In a country endowed with natural resources, but fraught with conflict and corruption, President Ernest Bai Koroma is doing what he can to expose the leaks. His foreign minister of foreign affairs points to improper sanitation facilities as a sign of persisting problems, reports the BBC.
As 2015, the United Nation’s deadline for accomplishing the Millennium Development Goals, draws ever nearer, countries like Sierra Leone are doing what they can to halve the number of people without access to proper sanitation. According to the current administration’s proliferation of corruption reports, leaky governance remains a significant setback.
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