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GYIN Gambia ELIT 2017: Expanding Youth Development Through Entrepreneurial Mentorship
ELIT 2016 participants pose for an opening photo in Jenoi, Lower River Region (Photo Credit: Modou S. Joof/GYIN Gambia /July 2016) Churchill’s Town, The Gambia – The Global Youth
Innovation Network Gambia Chapter (GYIN Gambia) will hold its 2 nd Edition of ...

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Gunjur: Golden Lead Statement on Deteriorating Environment, Government Inspectors
PRESS RELEASE     Golden Lead Fish
Processing Factory Facilities in Gunjur   Gunjur, The Gambia (22 nd May 2017) –
Golden Leadfish meal processing company in Gunjur comes out in public through
this press release amidst unprecedented criticisms on the social...

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Legendary Jamaican Casanova Singer, Frankie Paul, Dies at 52
In March 2014, Frankie Paul was forced to step into a Jamaican debate that suggests "dancehall music promotes crime." (Photo taken from St. Lucia News Online) Frankie Paul, a legendary Jamaican reggae singer who lived in The Gambia since 1994, has died at a...

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Pfizer says accelerating access to vaccines in developing countries
Logo taken from Business Wire The bio-pharmaceutical company, Pfizer , has announced it is increasing access to
immunizations in countries that carry the greatest proportion of global burden
of pneumococcal disease It
said its dedication can help prevent di...

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'Immunisation widely recognised as one of most successful health interventions'
Pfizer's Medical Director for Nigeria, East Africa Region Kodjo Soroh Vaccines are said to have significantly reduced the
threat of diseases that were once widespread and sometimes fatal.  Today, more
people benefit from safe and efficacious vaccines than e...

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Bwiam: Political Crisis Left Neighbours Deeply Divided
On January 21, former President Yahya Jammeh left The Gambia a divided nation after more than a month of political anxiety (Photo Credit: LJahateh/FPI/Jan2017) The election
of a new president for The Gambia on December 2, 2016 brought renewed hopes for
demo...

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Family of ‘executed’ soldier wants thorough investigation
  In his 22 years rule, human rights groups repeatedly accused Jammeh (seen in this photo on November 10 at Election House in Kanifing) of carrying out summary executions (Photo Credit: Mamadou Erdisa Njie/Nov 2016) On November 11, 1994, Amadou Sillah,
know...

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Africa Forum: Journalists Find Solutions to Challenges Facing Agric Journalism
One of the most important tools we can use
to improve agriculture is to invest in young people - IFAJ President Owen Roberts (Photo Credit: M.S.Joof/TNBES/April 2). By Modou S. Joof, Pretoria, South Africa Sixty
journalists from Africa and around the world ...

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58th IFAJ Congress: Networking among most valued aspects of membership
Chairperson
of LOC says networking top of the list at 2017 IFAJ world congress.
Photo shows agriculture journalists from Danmark and Gambia (Photo Credit: Tom Bricknell/Australia) By Modou S. Joof, Pretoria, South
Africa The
2017 International Federation ...

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South Africa: Agric, Culture, People and the Skys
South
Africa is a water scarce country where only 12 per cent of land can be used for
crop production, but it is Africa’s largest producer and the only net exporter
of food on the continent, says Nico van Burick, chairperson of the Local
Organising Committe...
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