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Grand Cape Mount County
Grand Cape Mount County is one of the five original counties of Liberia. It is positioned in the southwestern end of Liberia and is bordered in the northeast by Gbarpolu, in the east by Bomi, in the south by the Atlantic Ocean. It is sub-divided into four districts and the Commonwealth, which, for practical purposes, it will be referred to as district in this introduction. According to the 2008 National Population Census, Grand Cape Mount has a population of 127,076 and a total land area of 1,825.09 square miles.


 
 
 

The county has a moderate population concentration of 70 persons per square mile.  It covers 1,168,064.54 acres or 472,698.95 hectares of land (see Table below).


  
 
 
It has an average household size of 5.2 in 2008 as compared to 4.2 in 1984. Below is the breakdown of the population of the county by District. The Administrative seat of the County is Robertsport.
 
 
       


Lake Piso, one of the largest inland lakes in the world is located in Cape Mount County. The county is potentially viable for tourism as it encompasses the best beaches in Liberia, and it is made up of fertile agricultural land and is rich in gold, diamond, iron ore and may have deposits of oil. Cape Mount is also concentrated in commercial fishing along the coast. The county experienced the devastated civil conflict in Liberia, which was evidenced by the destruction of social and economic infrastructure.   
KEY INDICATORS
- External Trade Published on Dec 13th, 2013
 
The section External Trade relied mainly on data obtained from the Customs and Excise entry bills and declarations in ASYCUDA files captured at customs entry points throughout the country and other notable Government Institutions responsible for export documentation.
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- CPI Published on Dec 20th, 2013
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures changes overtime in the general level of prices of goods and services that households acquired, (use or pay for) for the purpose of consumption.

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- Labor Force Survey Published on Dec 21st, 2013
The Objective of the Labor Force Survey is to


  • Determine the size and composition of the labor force, classified by key variables such as sex, age. County, education, skill levels, institutional sector, industry, occupation and employment status

  • Provide details on the various components of the labor force (the employed, unemployed, with special information on those who are underemployed)

Please download PDF below to gain further insight into the LFS Indicators

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- LDHS Published on Dec 21st, 2013
The Objective of the LDHS is to

  • Provide data on education, fertility, family planning, child and maternal mortality, sexual behavior, maternal health, nutrition, child health, malaria prevention, HIV/AIDS knowledge and behavior
  • Measure MDGs other indicators
  • Obtain a population-based estimate of HIV prevalence among adults age 15-49

Please download PDF below to gain further insight into the LDHS Indicators

 

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