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Life in Liberia :: Photo Essay :: 14

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Early Morning Excercises

Starting before dawn, young Liberian men and women attending the Police Academy in Monrovia go through their morning excersises before breakfeast. The UN and the Liberian government are driving to increase the number of women police to 20 percent (currently around 6 percent). Special recruitment drives and extra educational incentives are part of the program.
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Christopher Herwig's flickr mugChristopher Herwig is a freelance photographer, currently based in Monrovia, Liberia and doing assignments throughout West Africa.

Visit www.herwigphoto.com, and see his work on Flickr.

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