Blog > Charities & NGOs
Bijilo Forest Park, or Monkey Park as it's commonly called, is well known to visitors to The Gambia but it's under threat and needs your help to survive. Read more
Thanks to a charity auction at AITO’s annual conference held in Portugal, a whopping £2,300 was raised, bringing solar-powered lighting to two Gambian villages. Read more
Thanks to the Rotary Club of Boston St. Botolph, another village benefits from solar powered lights. Read more
Last month, Katy and Chris Roberts were made honourary citizens of Banjul in recognition of their charitable work helping deprived children in The Gambia. Read more
Introducing our new Community Development Fund. Read more
We take a look at the Horizons Trust, a superb charity initiative hoping to improve the quality of healthcare in The Gambia. Read more
We showcase the Brufut Education Project and the incredible initiatives they run in The Gambia. Read more
This morning 500 prosthetic limbs are starting the 4,000 miles journey from the UK to The Gambia. Read more
A note from Riders for Health, a charitable organisation ensuring that healthcare workers can reach their patients throughout The Gambia. Read more
A wonderful example of how someone with drive and a dream can achieve so much for so many people. Read more
To commemorate our 25th anniversary, we provided funds for over 25 innovative projects in The Gambia. Read more
The Jallow Foundation is one of the 25 projects that benefited from our 25 year anniversary initiative. Here, Naomi Jallow tells us about the foundation. Read more
The 2012-13 season will, remarkably, be our 25th in The Gambia. We reflect on these last 25 years. Read more
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