Liberia’s largest bank in 2000, three years after Charles Taylor took power.
The entire country was without electricity and running water for years under Charles Taylor, forcing people like this girl to bathe however they could. Ofir risked arrest in the capital by taking photographs.
Without running water, electricity, appliances, or even space most people would call a kitchen, women and girls cook on the street in Liberia. The young girl is pounding cassava.
The lack of water makes doing laundry an arduous task. The women first fetch water from a well, then clean the clothes by hand, and in the process turn washing clothes into a social activity.
The billboard is adorned with a cartoonish scene of bullets flying out of the mouth of a radio broadcaster to kill politicians—the oppressors made into victims.