Mar 5, 2021, 1:10 PM
The Ministry of Health in partnership with stakeholders would kick start the National Human Papilloma Virus (PHV) Vaccination Second Dose on Monday 8th March 2021.
Ansarudeen is a non-profit organisation to support needy people and families within The Gambian communities as “Talibas” and intend to continue supporting.
Amadou Sillah, president of the Foundation said they are distributing food aid to the less privilege to support them due to the Covid-19 pandemic as their contribution to help the Gambia government.
“We hope this will make a positive impact on the communities during this hard period as so many Gambians have lost their jobs.”
Ebrima Cham, also known as Bai Cham, one of the founders based in the UK, said they find it necessary to support their fellow Gambians in this period. He added that the world is facing economic crises including The Gambia due to the coronavirus pandemic, saying it is important for people to stand together and support each other as one.
Dodou Bittaye, a beneficiary thanked the foundation for their kind gesture, saying the gesture will make a great impact on their lives as most of them have lost their jobs.
Gambia Teachers’ Union in collaboration with its Youth Teachers Platform and its Ladies Society on Saturday presented one hundred and sixty-three thousand one hundred and seventy-eight dalasis (D163, 178.00)to Kumba Gaye’s family as part of their contribution towards her treatment.
Helping Gambia Children Foundation Project (HGCFP), a Holland-based group recently inaugurated a new health center in Njongon village, Lower Niumi, North Bank Region.
The Public Utilities and Regulatory Authority (PURA) in fostering its core principles of professionalism and partnership recently donated laboratory chemical reagents and equipment worth over five-hundred and eleven thousand five hundred dalasis (D511,500) to the Department of Water Resources for the improvement of the Abuko Water Quality Lab.