Article on the website of St. John’s College, USA

A Medical Clinic Grows in Gambia , May 23, 2018 | By Tim Pratt

For nearly a decade, a clinic in the tiny west Gambia village of Kunkujang has provided much-needed medical care to thousands of people. Medical facilities in rural parts of this West Africa nation are scarce. Some residents walk hours to receive treatment. The Sheikh Tihami Ibrahim Nyass Clinic, however, serves as a valuable resource for people in the surrounding area. This spring, the clinic is being expanded thanks to recent St. John’s College graduate Mason Troupe (A18). Troupe, from Tampa, Florida, received a $10,000 grant from Projects for Peace to fund a project at the clinic, “Peace through Wellbeing: Expanding Sources of Medical Care and Disseminating Knowledge in Gambia.”

Read complete article: ** https://www.sjc.edu/news/medical-clinic-grows-gambia **


Fatou Gaye elected Gambian Woman of the Year


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Travel journal of Jose from Netherlands

who was for 6 months one of our kind volunteers and supported our mission in a very exemplary manner

I would like to tell you a sort of fairytale…
There once was a girl that I know with a beautiful story about her journey far away from her home. She was 20 years old as she made her dream trip to Africa. She was very excited because her dream came true. She stayed and worked at a clinic in the Gambia for about 6 month with that wonderful and inspiring women she will ever met, Fatou Gaye.

Read all the tale: ** https://jose-in-gambia.waarbenjij.nu **

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