Apr 8, 2020, 3:33 PM
Solution Bay Spirituality (SBS); a charitable organization have recently donated some sanitary materials worth over D20, 000 to Jeshwang prison.
The 5-day training is underway at the Regional Education Office in Brikama.
The training is meant to support and nurture youth entrepreneurs and start up enterprises.
Lamin Sanneh, Governor West Coast Region told participants that the world is control by business people and to be a businessman or women you most have a steady mind in order to achieve your goals.
Governor Sanneh called on participants to do justice to the initiative for the well being of the society and country at large.
Saikou Sanyang, Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youth and Sports said the initiative is part of his ministry’s plans to improve business ideas for young people of the country.
PS Sanyang advised trainees to focus on the training as well as make best use of the knowledge gained in order to be productive in society.
Sillah Conateh, board chairman NEDI said they would continue to support the Ministry of Youth and Sports in its strategic vision in line with the National Development Plan on areas of youth productive engagements through series of interventions with their structures such as NEDI, NYC, NYSS, PIA, among other partners.
Mr. Conateh added that NEDI is cardinal especially in the creation of enterprise and employment opportunity for young people in the country.
In a bid to instill the culture of reading and Islamic research, Team Iftar has introduced a new Islamic library called ‘Daarus Sakeena’ designed to help increase Islamic teachings and research in the country.
Banjul, The Gambia – The United States remains committed to supporting countries including The Gambia in their fight against the global COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, Ambassador Paschall handed over 765,000 dalasis worth of sanitation supplies to the Kanifing Municipal Council to support their efforts to combat the virus.
The Gambia Youth Chamber of Commerce (GYCC) in partnership with Tekki-Fi project on Monday began week-long training for thirty young entrepreneurs on packaging and branding of products.