Sep 25, 2020, 1:34 PM
The Tujereng Estate Development Association (TEDA) recently embarked on a tree planting exercise along the coastline of the community of Tujereng.
The contest is organized by the Merck Foundation under the aegis of the Office of The First Lady, Her Excellency Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow under the theme: More Than A Mother.
The purpose of the competition is to help Singers, Filmmakers and Dramatists to create works that will raise awareness of people about girls’ empowerment, infertility, breaking infertility and breaking the barriers of infertility stigma in our societies.
According to the Office of the Director General of the National Centre for Arts and Culture, all artists are eligible to participate in the competition.
Winners are expected to receive cash prizes amounting to US$500, $700 and $1000 respectively.
Meanwhile, the Office of the National Centre for Arts and Culture urges all Gambian artists to take up the challenge and opportunity accorded to them.
Remis Koln Foundation based in Germany on Monday donated food items to Darsilameh village in the West Coast Region.
The Director-General of Senegalese Customs, Abdourahman Dieye, on Wednesday crossed into neighbouring Gambia at the Jiboroh border post while on a working tour of Senegal’s southern province of Cassamance.
The vice Chancellor of The University of The Gambia has told the visiting Senegalese delegation from Universite Assane Seck De Ziguinchor that The Gambia and Senegal do not only shared similar cultures, but also family ties, languages and geographic space.