Sunday, July 21, 2024

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...

Celebrating a Trailblazer: Mrs. Fatou Darboe Becomes UTG’s First Female Econometrics Tutor

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Dear Fatu Network, I am writing to you with immense pride and joy to share and celebrate a remarkable achievement within our academic community. On behalf of the...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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....

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...

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,...