Bomi County is in the northwestern part of Liberia; has an area of the measuring 1,942 square kilometers (750 sq. mi); with a population of 82,036, making it the twelfth most populous county in Liberia (LISGIS, 2008 Census). Generally hilly with a few plains and valleys; has a sandy clay soil type; endowed with ample water resources to supply fish and other

livelihood options, including the Atlantic Ocean and the Po, Wlein, Mahei, Lofa, and St. Paul Rivers; many of the rivers are suitable for mini hydroelectric generation to supply electricity to citizens and industry. There are many valuable commercial timber species

found in the County.


Investment opportunities:

Currently, there exists no large-scale logging activity; timber processing and pit sawing are carried out only at a small scale;

fertile land with rolling hills; approximately, 45% of the land is covered by grassland. Bomi County is ideal for investment in agriculture, timber, energy and infrastructure.