VANCOUVER, May 19 /CNW/ -- Gold Star Resources Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board:
GXXFF; TSX-V; GXX) http://www.goldstarresources.com announced today the launch
of a non-profit entity called Gold Star Humanitarian Society as part of the
Canadian company's commitment to contributing to the social welfare of the
Liberian people throughout its resource exploration permit area within the
Roberts and Bassa Basins of south coastal Liberia. GXX, based in Vancouver,
BC, is focused on high-impact onshore opportunities in the petroleum systems
of West Africa, with its initial acquisition onshore Liberia where previous
exploration was never completed due to political unrest, but has been
"We created the Gold Star Humanitarian Society as a separate non-profit
entity to provide much needed social welfare programs to the communities
within the boundaries of our initial permit area, currently in Grand Bassa and
Margibi counties," said Patrick Morris, president and CEO of GXX. The junior
resource company is the holder of the Hydrocarbon Reconnaissance License (No.
NR-001) that was issued earlier this year by the National Oil company of
The tiny West African state of 3.5 million people was largely destroyed
by civil conflict that began with a coup in 1980 and lasted until 2004. "The
civil conflict had devastated every sector, leaving lives and properties
damaged, especially the public facilities/infrastructure that were destroyed
or taken away completely. As a result, many communities today lack basic
necessities of life. There are also very high rates of illiteracy, poor
healthcare services, and high rates of disease.
"The Society's mission is to contribute to a better way of life for the
local people by providing medical, educational and nutritional necessities.
Funding will be deposited on an ongoing basis to meet the needs of our
agreements with government and short- and long-term goals," said Morris.
The Society's social programs are being coordinated on the ground in
GXX's permit area by Hassan Hassan, who is being assisted in the
implementation of the Society's projects by GXX's Liberian staff.
"The Society has an office and Liberian staff in-place in Monrovia, the
capital, who have already begun working in the permit area by documenting
needs and potential solutions," said Morris. "Marshall City in Margibi county
is the first city the Society is beginning its social programs with projects
such as repairing water wells and assisting schools and medical clinics
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