My name is Clara Mendy and I am a Gambian by nationality. My mum was a single parent and by the time I was twelve, she was very sick. She had to care for…Read more
My first visit to The Gambia was December 2006 with my then 10 &12 tear old sons. I loved the weather, the food and most of all the people. After many visits and both…Read more
I met up with Sylvia when I was spending time in The Gambia in November 2018. I spent a week visiting the children at both schools. It was such a great opportunity…Read more
Margaret Staples writes..
In the Gambian Health Care Policy, the government states that ‘Health is Wealth’. Many diseases and conditions can be prevented or treated to make a healthier nation. Our desire is that the children…Read more
With so much happening in our schools, it is promising to be another year of excitement and progress.
Our Half Dye school building is completed!!! After 4 years of raising money (£300,000) here in the…Read more
Each member of our Board out in The Gambia has a specific responsibility and part to play in the smooth running of the work. This is vital as we are only out there at…Read more
Without the opportunities of education, the children will never have the chance to escape poverty. Why not help provide this life changing experience by sponsoring a child today and give them that chance?<img class="aligncenter...Read more
On the 6th March, nineteen of us will be going across to work in our schools for a week. These visits are considered by many to be truly life changing!
Why not consider coming on…Read more
In one week I will be going to my second home, The Gambia in West Africa working in the two Christian schools that we have out there for a…Read more
Christiana Senghore ( 22) is in her first year of teacher training at the Gambia College. She grew up in New Life and remembers the day she came into the nursery class. Her big…Read more