In March 2015 the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) published a plan to address widespread failures at the agency that contributed to a botched energy project in Liberia, which resulted in serious human rights, labor, and environmental abuses.

The brief plan outlines a number of important institutional and operational reforms, which could help protect vulnerable communities in the future from the harm that Liberian communities suffered. However, communities are still waiting for OPIC to reveal critical details about how these reforms will translate into meaningful change on the ground.