Aug 3, 2022, 11:52 AM
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) recently presented medical supplies and equipment to the Ministry of Health at a handing over ceremony held at Central Medical Stores, Kotu.
This is part of support to needy families during the course of state of public emergency in The Gambia due to coronavirus pandemic.
Chairman of the Association, Njaga Jawo said the gesture was their token of support to the community to mitigate the difficulties families are going through during the period of the state of public health emergency.
He said the Association came into existence as a result of the thoughtfulness of some citizens of the town who are currently living in the diaspora. “Since then, a number of development projects have been initiated by the association, including the ongoing construction of a community mortuary and provision of sanitary materials in the fight against the deadly pandemic.
Flag Up Gambia has successfully fulfilled yet another year road safety activity on Kairaba Avenue. The activity was geared towards protecting pedestrians especially school children from the dangerous road traffic of the country.
Renowned Gambian politician- Musa Yali Bathilly has weighed in on recent discussions surrounding the woeful mass students’ failure in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), describing the mass failure as an ‘educational tsunami.’
welcome to the 11th session of the Inter-Ministerial Press Conference coordinated by Ministry of Information & Communication Infrastructure (MOICI).