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President Adama Barrow launched the Gambian government’s Security Sector Reform project.
UNDP Hands Over 36 Canoes to the Communities in Identified Project Localities of EboTown, Old Jeshwang, Daranka, Bakindiki Koto and Kamalo
A United Nations (UN) inter-agency mission to Gambia was deployed in February to assess the main challenges to peace, development and human rights in the country and identify potential areas of UN support to the government and the people.
UNDP signed with the Government of The Gambia a project entitled “Support to strengthened capacities of national institutions responsible for economic management and evidence-based policy, planning and budgeting to achieve inclusive growth and poverty reduction in the Gambia:.
The event at the Friendship Hostel in Bakau was attended by stakeholders in the End FGM Campaign, high profile diplomats, ex-circumcisers, women groups, and young people. Dr Isatou Touray, Executive Director of GAMCOTRAP, said a lot of gains have been registered in The Gambia to eradicate FGM with the most recent...
The Resident Representative (RR) of the UNDP in The Gambia Ms. Ade Mamonyane Lekoetje was guest speaker at the launching of the Fandama Women Development Centre also known as Mbolo Association, Tujereng, Kombo South.
Across the globe, world leaders adopted the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are essentially an agreed vision to put people and planet on a sustainable path by 2030
Jobs, social protection and more cohesive societies required to secure the Africa’s development gains, says UNDP’s 2014 Human Development Report 24th July, 2014, Banjul - Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa need to intensify their battle against deprivation and prevent crises from setting back recent development...
Despite the pivotal role of natural resources in food security and community livelihoods, The Gambia’s natural environment, including the forest cover, continued to deteriorate due primarily to over exploitation, rampant bushfires and the non-realization of benefits from forest resources.
The Eco-Tourism Camp in Tanji bird Reserve provides the ideal backdrop for the promotion of community based natural resources and the development of modern bee keeping techniques for bee keepers in two local communities in the West Coast Region.