Sunday, July 21, 2024

Book Review: The Law and Naturopathic Medicine Practice in Ghana – Prof. Nyarkotey has...

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By Anthony Goodnuff Appiah Larbi, PhD Candidate As a legal researcher and ardent reader, when I was initially given this book to read, I set a goal...

AFRICA MUST RISE

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By: The Perpetual Poet (Grammarian Komma) The future of Africa is anchored in hygienic politics. Unless this concept is embraced by the electorate and politicians, our development policies,...

Worker’s Day: Celebrating Resilience of Gambian Female Media Workers

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Worker’s Day: Celebrating Resilience of Gambian Female Media Workers By Dawda Baldeh May 1st marks International Workers' Day, observed worldwide to honour the accomplishments of workers and to...

TFN Heroes Awards 2024: Everything You Need to Know About the Awards, Categories, and...

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The Awards Committee of The Fatu Network Heroes Awards has finalized the categories for the top-line awards as well as the criteria. This year, the awards have...

MAJaC and Freedom House Launch “Empowering Ethical Journalism Excellence” Project

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By: Zackline Colley The Media Academy for Journalism and Communication (MAJaC), in collaboration with Freedom House, officially launched its pioneering project, "Empowering Ethical Journalism Excellence," on Tuesday. The...

Feature: In Sami Koto (URR): Mysterious History, Agriculture, Challenges of Women, & Children’s Education

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By: Adama Sanneh HISTORY OF SAMI KOTO Sami Koto is a village located in the Kantorra district of Basse, Upper River Region, which is 414 kilometers away from the...

Exploring Garawol (URR): Unearthing Unique Sporting Traditions and Cultural Diversity

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By: Adama Sanneh Garawol, a village in the Upper River Region located approximately 650 kilometers from the Gambia's capital, Banjul, holds a deep-rooted culture that spans from traditions...

Enhancing Fleet Security and Efficiency: A Review of Damia Security Solutions (DSS) Vehicle Trackers

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By: The Fatu Network Editorial At The Fatu Network, we rely on Damia Security Solutions (DSS) to ensure the safety and efficiency of our vehicle fleet. DSS has...

Ghanaian ECOMIG Troops Support Local Schools with Learning Materials

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By: Dawda Baldeh The Ghanaian troops serving ECOWAS in The Gambia have donated learning materials to two schools in Barra. The beneficiaries are ST. Mathew Lower & Upper and...

ECOMIG and Local Communities Collaborate for Humanitarian Aid in The Gambia

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By Adama Sanneh The ECOWAS Mission in The Gambia, through the Senegalese contingent's 7th battalion in Kanfenda village, collaborated with the Foni Infantry battalion to donate food items...

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...

Book Review of ‘His Other Woman’ – a Novel by Fatou Camara Junior

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By: Seringe ST Touray "His Other Woman" by Fatou Camara Junior takes readers on an emotional rollercoaster, delving deep into the tangled web of human emotions and relationships....

Exploring Opportunities: Gambian Musician/Entrepreneur Secures Partnerships with UAE Investors

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By: Dawda Baldeh Renowned Gambian Musician, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur, and Activist Modou Lamin Bah, also known as Egalitarian, has successfully secured a partnership with ACX Investment LLC, a potential...

Son of Gambian Immigrant in US Named Basketball Student Athlete

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By: Dawda Baldeh 18-year-old Sam Mbye has recently been honored as the student basketball athlete of the week at Yealing High School in Columbus, Ohio. Young Sam is breaking...

Ask Bajen: Women-Led Advocacy Group Takes Bold Steps to Combat SGBV and Increase Mental...

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By Modou Lamin Joof In a society where issues surrounding sexual gender-based violence (SGBV) and mental health are often swept under the carpet, one influential women-led advocacy group...

Empowering Kiang West: A Call for Development and Representation

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In the shadows of progress, there exists a resilient community that has weathered neglect and aspires to a brighter future – Kiang West. Since gaining independence, this...

Victims of alleged Jammeh henchman Ousman Sonko welcome Swiss trial as Gambian govt faces...

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By Mustapha K. Darboe with New Narratives BANJUL, Gambia - In the 22-year rule of Gambia’s former dictator Yahya Jammeh, protests were rare. The few who attempted them...

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....

Rape, snakes and hyenas: Darsilameh schoolchildren’s risky walk to the future

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By Hadram Hydara Nestled in the heart of Foni Kansala in West Coast Region five kilometres off the Trans-Gambia Highway lies a small historic village, Darsilameh Sheriff Kunda,...

Low Intellectual Property awareness in The Gambia’s booming business sector

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By: Hadram Hydara Since The Gambia passed the Intellectual Property Act nearly a decade ago, there has been a remarkable increase in the registration of new businesses in...