Japanese Embassy receives Gambian scholarship student

Oct 26, 2021, 12:13 PM

On October 21st 2021, Japanese Embassy in Senegal had a pleasure of receiving a young Gambian student, Ms. Manneh Elizabeth, successful candidate for the Japanese Government Scholarship Programme (University Recommendation), before her departure to Japan.


Ms. Manneh is traveling to Japan to do research for two years, at the Graduate School of Sustainability Science, Tottori University, as part of the Special Programme in Drylands Agricultural Sciences with Reference to SDGs for 2021.

In a meeting with Japanese Diplomats, Ms. Manneh explained her research plan and was delighted to be able to go to Japan despite the difficult health situation related to COVID-19. For their part, Japanese Diplomats congratulated her and wished her the best in her studies in Japan and her future.

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