Solid waste management has been the greatest public health threat in Liberian cities. During years of conflict, residents of capital city Monrovia lived without any formal garbage collection and disposal system. Aside from institutional initiatives, local private actors have been building social and sustainable businesses to create a clean and healthy environment for the Liberians. Paynesville Waste Enterprise, owned by Princess Kofa was created in 2010, when paying for garbage was not conceivable to many Liberians. 
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Solid waste management has been the greatest public health threat in Liberian cities. During years of conflict, residents of capital city Monrovia lived without any formal garbage collection and disposal system. Aside from institutional initiatives, local private actors have been building social and sustainable businesses to create a clean and healthy environment for the Liberians. Paynesville Waste Enterprise, owned by Princess Kofa was created in 2010, when paying for garbage was not conceivable to many Liberians. 

Read her success story.