GCVHRV Give Financial Support to Families of Human Rights Violations

[Foroyaa] The Gambia Centre for Victims of Human Rights Violations (GCVHRV) on Monday 2nd October 2017 gave financial support to 17 students of families of human rights violations in the Gambia with school fees amounting to D70, 000.00.

[Foroyaa] The Gambia Centre for Victims of Human Rights Violations (GCVHRV) on Monday 2nd October 2017 gave financial support to 17 students of families of human rights violations in the Gambia with school fees amounting to D70, 000.00.

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IHRDA Appoints New Program Director

[Foroyaa] The Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) on October 4th announced the appointment of Lesotho born human rights lawyer Paile Chabane, as the new Director of Programs, according to a press release from the institution.

[Foroyaa] The Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (IHRDA) on October 4th announced the appointment of Lesotho born human rights lawyer Paile Chabane, as the new Director of Programs, according to a press release from the institution.

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Taking Stock of Agric Programes and Projects

[Foroyaa] This column is devoted to monitor and report on issues that relate to production, processing, preservation and marketing of agricultural produce, aimed at ensuring food security in the Gambia as well as the interventions of Government and Non…

[Foroyaa] This column is devoted to monitor and report on issues that relate to production, processing, preservation and marketing of agricultural produce, aimed at ensuring food security in the Gambia as well as the interventions of Government and Non-governmental Organizations in this regard.

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Justice Ministry Receive Materials From Turkish Embassy

[Foroyaa] The Turkish Embassy in Banjul on Tuesday, 3 October 2017, donated 10 computers, printers and sets of power backups to the Ministry of Justice. The equipment was received by the Justice Minister, Aboubacarr Tambadou, on behalf of his ministry.

[Foroyaa] The Turkish Embassy in Banjul on Tuesday, 3 October 2017, donated 10 computers, printers and sets of power backups to the Ministry of Justice. The equipment was received by the Justice Minister, Aboubacarr Tambadou, on behalf of his ministry.

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Janneh Commission Embarks On Visit At Mining Sites

[Foroyaa] As part of their mandate and responsibility to establish the truth and assess the damages allegedly caused under the former regime, the Janneh Commission of enquiry that is set up by Government to probe into the financial dealings and assets of the former President YayaJammeh, and his close associates, yesterday visited mining sites in the coastal areas of Tujering, Sanyang  and Kartong, which were heavily affected by the activities of the mining companies namely, Carnegie Mineral Company, Gamico and

[Foroyaa] As part of their mandate and responsibility to establish the truth and assess the damages allegedly caused under the former regime, the Janneh Commission of enquiry that is set up by Government to probe into the financial dealings and assets of the former President YayaJammeh, and his close associates, yesterday visited mining sites in the coastal areas of Tujering, Sanyang  and Kartong, which were heavily affected by the activities of the mining companies namely, Carnegie Mineral Company, Gamico and

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44 Police Officers Elevated

[Foroyaa] The Gambia Police Force on Thursday 28th September 2017, promoted forty four Police Officers to the rank of Superintended and Assistant Superintendent of Police ((SP, ASP).

[Foroyaa] The Gambia Police Force on Thursday 28th September 2017, promoted forty four Police Officers to the rank of Superintended and Assistant Superintendent of Police ((SP, ASP).

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Executive Order Without Law Should Be a Thing of the Past

[Foroyaa] FOROYAA became concerned when it was mentioned that residents of the AU Villas are being evicted as a result of an Executive order. The major defect of the Jammeh administration is it’s dependence on executive orders that were not backed by l…

[Foroyaa] FOROYAA became concerned when it was mentioned that residents of the AU Villas are being evicted as a result of an Executive order. The major defect of the Jammeh administration is it's dependence on executive orders that were not backed by legal provisions. Hence might became right. The new Gambia should avoid a recurrence. This means that every order given should be published in the Gazette with reference to subsidiary legislation empowering the authority to make the order. In the absence of this, the pu

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