Sunday, July 21, 2024

The Covert Battles of a Black Immigrant in Sweden: Social Capital, Sex Work, and...

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By: Mustapha Paragon Sonko I used to ardently believe in the adage that our eyes can never see our ears, but that was a pre-Sweden Mustapha. In Sweden,...

Innovating for Change: The Story of Mariama Sarge and Her Solar-Powered Cart

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By: Kodou Jeng Gaye In the bustling streets of The Gambia, Mariama Sarge, a dedicated member of Women in STEM, has introduced a groundbreaking innovation: the Multifunctional Solar-Powered...

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...

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...

Single Mother Drowning in Post-Divorce Trauma Struggles to Raise Her Two Children

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By: Alieu Jallow In one of the communities of Brikama, a single mother is grappling with the immense challenges of raising her two children following a divorce four...

A Blacksmith’s Struggle to Preserve Tradition, Feed His Family, and Defy Modern Technology

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By: Alieu Jallow Koinigi Sorr is a local blacksmith who migrated from Kiang to Kombo Brikama in search of greener pastures. As a blacksmith who inherited the trade...

Jokadou Residents Hail Bai Saine for Massive Distribution of Office Wear and Bags Worth...

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By: Dawda Baldeh The residents of Jokadou District in the North Bank Region have praised Bai Saine, a resident of Kerr Omar Siane, for his massive distribution of...

ASP Binta Njie Urges Young Ladies to Focus on Their Goals and See Failure...

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By: Alieu Jallow ASP Binta Njie, winner of the Exemplary Youth of the HEROES Award, has urged young ladies to focus on their goals and see failure as...

PPP Party Leader Kebba E Jallow’s Speech Honors Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara on His...

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Ladies and gentlemen, Today, we come together to celebrate a momentous occasion in the history of our nation. One hundred years ago, a visionary leader was born whose...

Kuwonkuba Gardeners Hail UPOPS Project for Boosting Vegetable Production

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By: Dawda Baldeh Women gardeners in Kuwonkuba, in the Upper River Region, have hailed the Unintentional Persistent Organic Pollutants (UPOPS) Compost Project for boosting their vegetable production over...

The Role of Scientific Research in Gambian Senior Secondary Schools

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By: Kodou Jeng Gaye In The Gambia, kickstarting scientific research in senior secondary schools is vital for several reasons. Stimulating Curiosity and Critical Thinking: Introducing research at this level...

FaBB Officially Launched: Chief Launcher Pledges $1 Million to Support FaBB

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By: Dawda Baldeh The Fatoumata Bah-Barrow Foundation (FaBB) marked a significant milestone with its official launch ceremony at the prestigious International Conference Center on Friday. The event, graced...

President Barrow Commemorates the Memory, Life and Legacy of late President Sir Dawda Kairaba...

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As the family of the late premier Gambian President and humanist, Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara is poised to celebrate the Centenary (100 years) of his birth on...

Stakeholders Convened to Validate the Ministry of Youth and Sports Strategic Plan 2024-2028

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Representatives from various ministries and departments gathered at a local hotel in Kololi to review and validate the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS) Strategic Plan for...

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...

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...

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...