Jan 27, 2021, 11:53 AM
Think Young Women, a young women led organisation yesterday began a-four-day training for state prosecutors and police officers at NAQAA.
After conducting a bountiful event in their quest to promote peace, the deputy executive director of Peace Gambia (PG) Lamin Barra has called for inclusion to continue in building peace in The Gambia and beyond.
A prize-winning Senegalese preparatory student whose disappearance in France caused concern in both countries said she had been taking "a little break to regain my senses" and apologised for the alarm it sparked in exchanges published late Thursday by a Senegalese minister.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at Women’s Bureau has acknowledged that the deep-rooted cultural traditional practice, dubbed Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) still remains a public health concern and called on women to desist from the practice.
19 January 2021, Banjul – Fruit and vegetable production is one of the fastest-growing agricultural sectors in The Gambia, and provides both income and employment to growers and exporters.
The interim party leader of the opposition Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction (APRC) has stated that APRC is open to discussion with any political party, but that the party has objectives and interests to protect.
The Director of Health Promotion at the Ministry of Health has informed journalists that The Gambia would use the Covid-19 vaccines based on World Health Organization’s guidelines.
Ding-Ding Yiriwa Federation, a local partner to ChildFund International-The Gambia recently presented over 40 sets of hand washing sanitary materials to 12 Early Childhood Education (ECD) schools within Kombo North and South districts.
Principal programme officer of The Gambia National Commission for UNESCO has noted that Leaving No One Behind in The Gambia project will boost enrolment and mitigate dropout from schools.
The Ministry of Petroleum in partnership with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) on Wednesday distributed cooking stoves to the people of Banjul at a ceremony held at the Arch 22.
The Gambia Horticultural Enterprise (GHE) in partnership with the International Trade Center through the European Union (EU) funded Jobs, Skills and Finance (JSF) project recently began months long training for 100 participants comprising of women and youths in Horticulture and Agro- processing.
The people of Makumbaya village in Kombo North, West Coast Region have applauded Water for Africa City Centre Dawaa for their magnanimity in supplying the village with quality and safe drinking water.
‘Nice To Be Nice’, a local foundation in the country recently donated medical and learning materials to schools and institutions as part of their efforts to help improve education and services at the country’s health sector.
A group calling itself- Concerned Gambians Against Deportation has assured the public that it remains committed to resuming its position to engage government and relevant stakeholders in the country in addressing deportation issues and concerns surrounding it.
Members of the Network of Financial and Tax Reporters (NFTR) Gambia Chapter in partnership with stakeholders from The Gambia Revenue Authority (GRA) and Gambia Bankers Association recently validated the NFTR 2021 draft action plan at a ceremony held at GCCI conference hall.