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Donation of a huge number of curtains in perfect condition

Thanks to the staff of a special school, by the name of PSBLO De Zonnewijzer in Eeklo Belgium,  19 boxes with curtains were donated to the Lamin Health center in Gambia, through interventions of the Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia in Belgium and the foundation with the same name in the Netherlands. In the school the curtains were put in boxes and from there transported to Gilze Rije in Holland for shipment to Banjul Gambia. Thanks to Cynthia and Rita Deman

YUNA Electricity Issue Resolved

Again the Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia solved an electricity problem in the Yuna lower basic school. Now there is light in all class rooms, during the night there is light outside. Three fans were placed in three rooms. Some sockets in several rooms and time switches. Of course we need to bring out a big thanks to the donors André and Hanneke with their friends who made this project possible. And a big thanks to the electrician mr. Dembo who

ARTICLE FOR THE MARAKISSA GARDEN

With the help of the Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia and a small number of donors, a borehole was drilled in Marakissa village for the purpose of clean drinking water as well as for agricultural purpose. This borehole was drilled in January 2019, the Badjie’s family has been working very hard to see that the efforts put in by the donors to drill the borehole was not in vain. The garden is very impressive at the moment everywhere is green, Most

APPLICATION FOR MASTERS STUDY AGRICULTURE SCHOLARSHIP

APPLICATION FOR MASTERS STUDY AGRICULTURE SCHOLARSHIP   I am Joanna Badjie, a Gambian by birth. I grew up from a single parent family, my father died when I was at the age of 10 and was raised by my mother who was very sick and finally died, when I reached the age of 16, leaving me and my siblings as orphans. I then took up the challenge to run from one place to another to look for support for our

Borehole in Marakissa Village

The borehole drilled for the Badjie’s Family in Marakissa, Kombo Central, west coast Region for the purpose of agriculture is ready. Water is now flowing everywhere, the family is very happy with it. Now the family is about to start working on the garden. Therefore there is sufficient water source for gardening. Soon the family will be producing a lot of vegetables for consumption. And of course those that are in need in the village will benefit from the garden

GARDEN TOOLS

Another sustainable action by Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia, active in many activities in the Gambia for over 25 years. The headmaster of Medina Sering Mass Lower and Upper Basic School, a school in a Village at the other side of the river and more than half an hour inside from the highway. The school consist of more than 700(seven hundred) students, with a very nice and Well organized school garden, where the school kids learn to take care of the

DONATION

Foundation Humanitarian Aid Gambia together with their Dutch part known as Stichting Humanitaire Hulp Gambia have donated a number of items to the Casa-Gambia Foundation. The FHAG and SHHG  have donated paintings and batik all made in the Gambia for a craft market which was set up by the board of the Casa-Gambia Foundation in the south of Holland. Since some years the Foundations meet from time to time here in the Gambia as well as in Holland. Hopeful this

THE ORPHAN PROJECT.

Here you can read a nice letter from two of our orphans that are under the orphan project for some years allready. As far as the foster parent conceirns these two will also go to the university. Mariamma is now in grade 11 so she has one more year to go to do her final exams. Rose still has to go for some years before she will reach this level When Foundation Humanitarian Aid is adopting a child in the

VISIT TO MANSA KONGO SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

Together with Albert from Noorderpoort  Groningen Holland, the sponsor for desktops and laptops for schools and students in The Gambia, we visited the senior secondary school in Mansa Kongo ( Tahir Ahmadiyya Muslim Senior Secondary) to see the impact of interactive teaching in practise. After a nice trip, about 120 km inside,  through the beautifull landscape of the Gambia we reached the place by the end of the morning. The secondary school which was allocated together with 23 other senior

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