Sep 4, 2008, 5:55 AM
School for Progress (SFP), a registered non-profit making charity recently inaugurated two toilet blocks at the Farato Nursey and
Formed in 1986, SFP, which has its head office in the
In partnership with their Gambian counterparts, the charity has over the weekend sponsored two toilet blocks at the Farato Nursery and
The project which was supervised by Mr Ismaila Senghore, a trustee to the charity was built by Mam’s Building, the Nation Construction Company, at a cost of two hundred thousand dalasis.
The charity has been involved in several activities which are mainly geared towards supporting Gambian students and other activities surrounding educational development within the country.
The charity also constructed a three-classroom block and the newly inaugurated two toilet blocks at
According to its officials, SFP has since its inception injected over 10 million dalasis in paying fees for Gambian students, building classroom blocks in different schools, school gardens, wells and extension of water services.
Mr Howard Clarke, a
Other speakers at the ceremony included Dr Alasan Njie, another Gambian representative, the headmistress of the school, Mrs Cham, the National Assembly Member of Kombo North, Area Ward Councilor and the Chairman of the PTA.