Gambians Reactions to Scorpions Humiliating 4-0 Defeat to Mali

[Daily Observer] Gambians were left disappointed, dumb-founded and surprised, not just by the away-defeat, but certainly the 4-0 score line that the CHAN Team suffered in the hands of their Malian equivalents in the first round of the qualifiers for th…

[Daily Observer] Gambians were left disappointed, dumb-founded and surprised, not just by the away-defeat, but certainly the 4-0 score line that the CHAN Team suffered in the hands of their Malian equivalents in the first round of the qualifiers for the CHAN tournament in Kenya next year.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

CPA Sensitize Crr TAC and MDFTS Members On Child Right Issues

[Daily Observer] The Child Protection Alliance (CPA) on Tuesday July 18 organized a day sensitization forum for the Technical Advisory (TAC) and members of the Multi-Disciplinary Facilitation Team (MDFTs) on child right issues in Janjangbureh, funded b…

[Daily Observer] The Child Protection Alliance (CPA) on Tuesday July 18 organized a day sensitization forum for the Technical Advisory (TAC) and members of the Multi-Disciplinary Facilitation Team (MDFTs) on child right issues in Janjangbureh, funded by Save the Children.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Health Minister Embarks On Nationwide Familiarization Tour

[Daily Observer] The minister of Health and Social Welfare, Saffie Lowe Ceesay accompanied by her Senior Management Team on Thursday began a nationwide familiarization tour of health facilities in the country.

[Daily Observer] The minister of Health and Social Welfare, Saffie Lowe Ceesay accompanied by her Senior Management Team on Thursday began a nationwide familiarization tour of health facilities in the country.

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Ndigal Followers’ Case Adjourned for Ruling

[Daily Observer] The case between Muhamadou Bassirou, the first ‘Khalipha of Ndigal and the state, last Thursday resumed before Justice Aminata Saho-Ceesay of the High Court in Banjul, but the case was adjourned for ruling. When the case was called, La…

[Daily Observer] The case between Muhamadou Bassirou, the first 'Khalipha of Ndigal and the state, last Thursday resumed before Justice Aminata Saho-Ceesay of the High Court in Banjul, but the case was adjourned for ruling. When the case was called, Lawyer Sheriff Marie Tambedou announced his appearance for the applicants while Counsel M.T. Gomez represented the 3rd respondent and the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Malaria Admission Rate Has Drastically Reduced in All Health Facilities – Health Officials

[Daily Observer] Health officials in the country have confirmed that the admission rate of malaria cases has drastically reduced in all health facilities in the country, attributing it to the country’s scale up efforts to totally eradicate malaria in t…

[Daily Observer] Health officials in the country have confirmed that the admission rate of malaria cases has drastically reduced in all health facilities in the country, attributing it to the country's scale up efforts to totally eradicate malaria in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Police React to ‘False Information’ On Sacking of 1st Class Constable

[The Point] It has come to the notice of the Office of the Inspector General of Police that some people are posting information in the social media (Facebook) with regard to the discharge of a female police officer, from the Gambia Police Force.

[The Point] It has come to the notice of the Office of the Inspector General of Police that some people are posting information in the social media (Facebook) with regard to the discharge of a female police officer, from the Gambia Police Force.

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Former Wapp Coordinator Discharged, After 4 Years in Legal Battle

[The Point] The former coordinator of the West African Agricultural Productivity Programme (WAAPP), a World Bank-funded project, Sheikh Tijan Sosseh, has finally been discharged after four years of legal battle at the High Court in Banjul.

[The Point] The former coordinator of the West African Agricultural Productivity Programme (WAAPP), a World Bank-funded project, Sheikh Tijan Sosseh, has finally been discharged after four years of legal battle at the High Court in Banjul.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia