Feb 9, 2010, 2:11 PM
The DA Schooling Fund trying to diversify its help has donated assorted materials to the Brikama Health Centre at a ceremony held at the hospital recently.
Ebou Bah, the Gambian coordinator of the
"We were basically helping schools and we have about 135 students, seventy five of whom are girls. Last year my boss called me from
Nurse Jeneba Fatty
Lamin Sanyang, the Catarrh Surgeon recounted how Ebou Bah had come to his department asking as to where his group could intervene. "I told him about the catarrh patients who are not operated due to money. He then promised and he fulfilled by calling back unlike others," he said. Sanyang urged Ebou Bah to come later and see the three patients they have sponsored. Gidom Bah, the officer incharge of the Outpatient spoke on behalf of Alieu Sonko, officer incharge of OIC. He says, "There is no quality medication without medicine and change of sight means change of life."