Oct 28, 2020, 12:52 PM
In a drive to complement government’s efforts in the fight against preventable maternal and infant mortality in the country, Join Hands to Save a Baby Initiative on Saturday launched a Maternal Blood Bank Project.
The release further explained that in the best interest of all, they initiated communication with parties involved in the dispute and invited them to a-closed door mediation.
The Alliance noted that it is not its goal to point fingers, cause division, find fault nor expose the inner issues publicly, saying their goal was to allow parties to enter mature and professional discussion in a controlled environment in order to find a solution for all.
“Upon completion of the first mediation, we have decided to assist the disputing parties with legal and financial management resources through the African Diaspora Returnee Association to find a quick and transparent solution to the crisis and asked the individuals to reconvene with us at a later date to conclude the mediation and both parties have agreed to cease all negative media publishing (Facebook, Youtube etc) in the interest of peace and professionalism”, further explained the release.
The release concluded that after such a major step in the direction of community and nation building, they could set the precedent that we as a community can handle ourselves accordingly and manage our affairs with order and independence.
A Dutch couple through Foundation Hands Together, The Gambia over weekend donated over 50 25kg bags of rice, 5-litres of oil and 50-bags of onion to needy families in Latiriya, Sare Samba and Sare Wallom villages in West Coast, Central River and Upper River regions respectively.
The European Union through its funded Youth Empowerment Project (YEP) Wednesday handed 8 tricycles, 5 solar-powered tricycles and 13 bicycles to five youth-led logistics companies and Young Poultry Farmers Association.