Thursday, July 25, 2024

Quick and Factual Truths about QNET

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In this article, you will understand what QNET business is about, important answers to some misconceptions about QNET or the direct selling industry in general. You will...

‘Her Virginity’: The hymen is not a reliable indicator of virginity

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         By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu & Fatou Camara             ‘Her Virginity’: The hymen is not a reliable indicator of...

World Sickle Cell Day: Understanding the Importance of Genetic Screening Before Marriage

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By: Michaella Faith Wright Today, June 19th, marks World Sickle Cell Day, a significant occasion dedicated to raising awareness about sickle cell disease (SCD) and emphasizing the importance...

How Baddibuka’s Music Change After Marrying Bintou

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By: Muhammed Lamin Drammeh Prior to June 2020, Bintou Jatta had never considered herself a singer, nor did she believe she possessed the necessary talent to become one....

Youth in the Move for Change: “Tackling Plastic Waste in The Gambia”

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Plastic bags in yellow, orange, red. Black lids of the coffee to go. White diapers and crystal-clear plastic bottles. A colorful hustle and bustle of plastic where...

GAP Releases Proposed Copyright Foreign Relations Policy With USA

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The opposition Gambia Action Party (GAP) led by Musa Ousainou Yali Bachilly has released their party proposed copyright foreign relations policy with the government of the United...

Beyond Words: Jordan B. Peterson’s Book ‘Beyond Order’ to be Translated into Pulaar

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By: By Bully Sowe Language is the gateway to the soul of a people, and the Fula language is no exception. It is the heartbeat of millions across Africa, pulsating...

President Barrow’s statement during URR roads and bridges inauguration in full

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On behalf of the Government and People of The Gambia, I extend a very special and cordial welcome to our distinguished guests from the People’s Republic of...

Tribute to a fallen Daughter of Africa: Clarrie Mendy 1959-2020: Gambian-British Pan-Africanist, anti-slavery activist...

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By Hassoum Ceesay, National Centre for Arts and Culture The demise last Saturday of Ms. Clarrie Mendy, a Gambian-British woman of substance has robbed us of a great...

Alhaji B.M Tarawale (1930-2021: Gambian Teacher, Nationalist, Crusading Journalist and Lexicographer)

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By: Hassoum Ceesay When  my good friend Alhaji B. M.Tarawalle aka Ba Tarawale died on Monday March 1, The Gambia lost its last surviving journalist of the immediate...

A Chance Encounter

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ESSAY By: Cherno Baba Jallow By the window, I sit inside the Tim Hortons coffee shop, trying to play catch-up with my last week’s Sunday copy of The...

Climate Adaptation Strategies in Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia: Lessons for The Gambia

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BY BA ALAGIE CONTEG (啊啦吉) Whether we accept or it otherwise, our planet is under a credible threat of ecological destruction, hence the duty to take proactive actions...

QNET accepted in the Spain’s direct selling association

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QN Europe, the European business of e-commerce direct selling giant QNET, is proud to be welcomed as an official member of the Asociación de Empresas de Venta...

Adieu, Sise

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Sise Sawaneh. So soon. A neighbour. A friend. A colleague. Oh dear! Why you? Why now? Those killers. This world. This God. That car. That road. That...

Combating Fake News: MAJaC-UNESCO Kick-starts 3-Day Fact-Checking Training for 25 Journalists

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By: Dawda Baldeh In their efforts to combat fake news, misinformation, disinformation, and hate speech, the Media Academy for Journalism & Communication (MAJaC), with funding from UNESCO, kicked...

Good Samaritans Dr. Ammar Al Jafari and Ebrima Jallow Join Forces to Save a...

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By: Seringe ST Touray On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2024, The Fatu Network was contacted by Ebrima Jallow, an activist and General Manager at Al-Nuru Pharmacy in The Gambia....

QNET’s CEO, a cancer survivor receives a CEO World Award

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The inspiring and fighting CEO of the multinational direct selling company QNET, Ms. Malou Caluza, wins a Globee in the 9th edition of the CEO World Awards...

Cherno Baba Jallow Eulogises Late George Sarr

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Appreciation George Sarr: A Man. A Plan. By: Cherno Baba Jallow We never met, but from a distance, and from our few email correspondences, I had the inkling that...

Young Gambian Aspires to Build an Aircraft

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By: Alieu Jallow Baba Saidy, a Gambian youth, told The Fatu Network that he aspires to build an aircraft that can carry up to four people. Specializing in...

The Fatu Network Heroes Awards 4.0: A Night to Remember

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By: Dawda Baldeh The Fatu Network Heroes Awards 4.0 brought together legends and spectators in a grand celebration of achievements and contributions. From careful event planning to the...