Message from the Heads of UNESCO, UNDP, UNICEF, ILO and Education International on the occasion of World Teachers’ Day, 5 October 2012
Oct 5, 2012, 12:02 PM
The family of one Hamusa Jallow, a 10 year-old disabled residing in Dippa Kunda and a grade two student of Dondon Mark School in Kotu is seeking support from government, private sector, philanthropists, donors, NGOs and individuals to help them provide assistance to their child's education.
Speaking to our reporter yesterday, the mother of Hamusa, Binta Jallow, said her son is keen to learn but they couldn't pay off his bills.
According to her, Hamusa is a very intelligent boy and he always come out with good results. She stated that Hamusa is ready to learn but his hopes have been dashed by serious financial constraints.
She appealed to the government, private sector, philanthropists, donors, NGOs and individuals to aid her child achieve his dreams and aspirations.
Anyone who wishes to support Hamusa can contact the following numbers: 7784343, 6939361, 9749911, 3444533.