Radio Gbarnga has resumed normal broadcast activities following a violent storm that destroyed the stationâ€™s building and damaged some of its broadcast equipment.
A violent rainstorm which occurred on Sunday night destroyed the roof of Radio Gbarnga, leaving several of the stationâ€™s broadcast equipment and documents damaged.
During the latest outbreak of Ebola in the country, many citizens have generally had a low level of awareness of the situation. Information dissemination has also not been as widespread as with previous outbreaks.
The Association of Liberia Community Radios, ALICOR, has expressed disappointment in the failure of the Government of Liberia and its partners to appreciate the contributions of community radio stations in the Ebola crisis.
As the Ebola virus leaves Liberia, community radios have been praised for their efforts in combatting the virus.