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Saclepea

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Located in the heart of Nimba County, Liberia, Saclepea (sometimes spelled “saglelpie” on world maps) was a town of more than 12,000 citizens in 2008. Saclepeans are predominantly from the native Mah tribe, and they speak the Mano dialect. During Liberia’s civil war, Saclepea was a primary recruiting and training area for child soldiers, many of whom still reside in the city. Now, Saclepea hosts one of Liberia’s regional offices of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. A camp for refugees from the neighboring country of Côte d’Ivoire is situated on the outskirts of town. Location Saclepea is near the geographic center of Nimba County in north-eastern Liberia. It is approximately 50 kilometers from Ganta, Liberia’s second-largest city. Driving distance from Saclepea to the capital city, Monrovia, is approximately 375 kilometers. Climate Saclepea experiences two seasons: rainy and dry. Rainy season generally lasts from May t
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