GAMBIA HEALTH EDUCATION LIAISON PROJECT (GambiaHELP)
Rating: 4.96 stars 26 26 reviews
3860 Surber Dr. NE Seattle WA 98105 USA
GambiaHELP provides health and education resources & seed funding to projects that alleviate poverty and enhance the well-being of people in The Gambia.
This year we are supporting 60 children, mostly orphans through our Educational Fund, providing books and school supplies to 50 rural schools requesting assistance, and rehabilitating several libraries that were damaged by heavy rains. We are currently fundraising to build a poultry farm and garden in the village of Kerewan [to fight malnutrition among very young children] and to build an 8--classroom block at Berending.
the children, the women, the economically disadvantaged and the environment.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
over 200 children and adults to be actively engaged in sustainable development and learning.
Geographic areas served:
the rural villages of The Gambia engaging communities to develop sustainable projects.
The Library/Book Project: The development and building of libraries in primary and secondary schools throughout rural Gambia; Women's Empowerment Project is the training of women in cooperatives with marketable skills such a rice milling, cereal banking, sewing and small enterprise development (poultry farming and gardening); Education Fund is a program to send economically disadvantaged and orphaned boys and girls to school by payment of school fees, clothing, supplies, shoes and a daily lunch.
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GambiaHELP has contributed alot to women's empowerment and girl's education in my country of The Gambia through cereal banking, skills development and paying for school fees for girls. This charity works with the community directly with a participatory process to build libraries, skill centers and digging wells.
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