Nov 2, 2020, 12:52 PM
Education For All Campaign Network the Gambia (EFANet) recently concluded it Education in Emergency Campaign on the theme “Education Cannot Wait – Safe Schools Re-opening!”.
The medical report from the Kanifing General Hospital revealed that the two-year old was presented with a report of inability to control hand at the left wrist joint.
The report also indicated that, this complication started since birth as the mother even experienced some difficulty during delivery.
The report added that the young girl received during the neonatal period, a diagnosis of brachial palsy and this was after necessary investigation.”
She was also put on physiotherapy and had been on it for about two years. During this period, there has been significant improvement on the physiotherapy and she is now able to move the whole left upper limb except the inability to control the movement at left wrist joint.
Based on the complication of her brachial injury that is not responding to physiotherapy, doctors recommended the young girl gets specialist care such as neurologist/ neurosurgeon, orthopaedic or physiotherapist.
Any samaritan, NGO and institutions ready to support the two-year old can contact these numbers; 9968001/ 7343399.
An adviser to the minister of Interior and a former Intelligence chief, Gibril Ngorr Secka during his recent appearance at the Truth Reconciliation and Reparations Commission revealed the names of 51 West African migrants, who were murdered in cold blood in The Gambia on the orders former president Yahya Jammeh in July, 2005.
The Alumni of Universities in Turkey, The Gambia recently held orientation for new students, who were awarded Turkish government scholarship in a move to share ideas and experiences about life and education in the Europe –Asian nation.