Thursday, February 22, 2024

Red Cross Society Concludes 3-Day Intensive Basic First Aid Training with OIC Staff

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By: Dawda Baldeh The Gambia Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) concluded a three-day intensive training for its staff on basic first aid earlier this afternoon....

Inside Ndemban Hospital – My Terrifying Life Experience

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By: Dawda Baldeh Privileges granted by our creator, such as health, wealth, and power, are a significant focus in this era of social media platforms. Many individuals fail to...

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....

Update on AKI Trial: Government Negotiating Compensation for Victims’ Families

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By: Seringe ST Touray It can be recalled that in 2022, around seventy children under the age of five succumbed to kidney failure after consuming contaminated medicines, sparking...

Mobile Phone Usage Linked to Decreased Sperm Quality in Men?

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By: Seringe ST Touray Researchers have discovered a potential link between frequent cellphone use and a decline in semen quality. A recent study involving 2,886 Swiss men aged 18...

Janjangbureh Market Vendors Concerned About Unhygienic Conditions

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By: Dawda Baldeh Vendors at Janjangbureh Market have raised concerns about the unhygienic conditions of the market and called on the authorities to intervene. In an exclusive interview with...

Maternal Care: FaBB Foundation and Qatar Charity’s Transformative Partnership at Essau District Hospital

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Under the dynamic leadership of Her Excellency, the First Lady of the Republic of The Gambia, Madam Fatoumatta Bah Barrow, the FaBB Foundation partnered with Qatar Charity...

“I can’t recall signing an MOU with MoH.” Board Member’s Testimony Raises Questions About...

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By: Alieu Jallow "I cannot recall sitting in a board meeting to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Health," stated Ernest Andrew Mendy, a...

NAM Mballow Pleads for Public Support for Two Separate Families Who Welcomed Birth of...

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By: Dawda Baldeh Gibbi Mballow, the National Assembly Member (NAM) for Lower Fulladu West Constituency, is appealing for public support for two families in his constituency who have...

Trial Continues: Will Victims of Children’s Cough Syrup Deaths Receive Justice?

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By: Seringe ST Touray The trial surrounding the tragic deaths of children in The Gambia due to tainted syrups resumed at the Banjul High Court on Tuesday. The...

Three Senior Health Officials Face 13 Charges, Including Corruption, Theft, and Forgery

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By: Jawo Three senior health officials, including Muhammadou Lamin Jaiteh, the permanent secretary at the Ministry of Health, Balla Kandeh, the program manager of the Malaria Control Programme,...

TFN Exclusive: Life and Labor: Navigating Fatal Challenges and Celebrating Successes at Kanifing General...

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By: Dawda Baldeh Delving deeply into the challenges and success stories of Kanifing General Hospital, the second-largest and busiest hospital in the Greater Banjul Area, The Fatu Network...

GDC’s Lamin Bojang Expresses Concern Over Recent Waste Dumping at Tambana

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By: Sainabou Gassama Lamin Kb Bojang, the National Treasurer of the Gambia Democratic Party (GDC), has voiced deep concern over the recent waste dumping incident involving the Kanifing...

Concerns Over Expired Food and Beverages Sold in Events, Shops, and Supermarkets

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By: Seringe ST Touray Gambians express concerns over reported cases of expired drinks circulating in the country, raising worries about the import of expired food items without proper...

Bar Exam and Mental Health: Does It Come with the Territory?

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By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu Bar Exam and Mental Health: Does It Come with the Territory? My Lady says: “It comes with the territory.” Well, we just completed our...

No, EFSTH Doesn’t Have a High in-Hospital Mortality Rate. Some Private Hospitals Keep Patients...

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By: Seringe ST Touray During an interview underscoring the successes and challenges faced by Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital (EFSTH), the hospital’s renowned Syrian-born Chief Medical Director, Doctor...

Cabbage Juice Heals Ulcers

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  By Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu In my naturopathic clinical settings, I have seen how drinking 1.5 litres cabbage juice for three weeks completely healed people with serious...

University of The Gambia Medical Students Association: Paracetamol

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Pain is the most important symptom, without pain most people would not go to the hospital to see Doctors. No wonder many people turn to Paracetamol/Paracetamol-containing products,...

Lemongrass: a natural remedy for menstrual cramps, bloating, and hot flashes.

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By: Prof. Raphael Nyarkotey Obu Lemongrass, also called citronella, is a tall, stalky plant. It has a fresh, lemony aroma and a citrus flavour. It’s a common...

Prof Nyarkotey & Dr. Pandit: The science behind Yoga; benefits to immunity and quality...

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Group Yoga exercise training Yoga has evolved to become one of the most commonly used complementary and alternative health practices in the world. Today, Yoga is even...