UNEP Trains Liberian Technicians to Improve Water Quality

15 Oct 2007 by OOSKAnews Correspondent
MONROVIA, Liberia
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— The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) has started a week-long training course in water quality testing and monitoring of water resources for 22 Liberian laboratory technicians. According to UNEP-Liberia program officer Hassan Partow, the training aims to build the capabilities of government water technicians in modern water quality testing techniques — skills many of them lack. The technicians are from the staterun Liberian Water and Sewage Corporation, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Ministry of Health and also the University of Liberia. "The training will enhance the capacity of laboratory personnel in the country, with special focus on the monitoring the most critical water resources", Partow said...

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