Oct 21, 2020, 11:54 AM
The Young Volunteers for Environment (YVE) on Monday commemorated International Lead Poison day on the theme ‘ban lead paint.’
The book titled ‘The Beauty in The Gambia’, captures positive messages about children, young women and men and for them to know its ok to make a mistake especially with a combination of both beauty and books to learn how to pick friends.
Born in San Francisco, California, Marquita Rucker is the second of four children.
“I want young women to learn from my mistake in life because life is a learning experience in which we all want the best for our future.”
The American author said the new book will help with the definition of forgiveness and will guide readers to understand that a lot of people have mental and behavioural health.
“You can get through anything with the right knowledge of understanding. Let my life story give you wisdom on how to love better and to live a safe and healthy lifestyle. Therefore, all your days and your children’s days are good while we are on this earth.”
London, Nov 7 (Prensa Latina) The documentary ´Fidel de cerca´, an intimate portrait of the figure of the historical leader of the Cuban Revolution through the testimony of relatives and people around him, had its premiere this weekend in UK.
The family of a 16-year-old student, who has battled rheumatic heart disease for more than a year, is appealing for support from government, private sector and individuals for their daughter to undergo overseas treatment.