|Mambury Njie, Gambia's Minister of Finance|
Thursday, December 29, 2011
|Gambia's Minister of Finance, Hon. Mambury Njie|
The Gambia Government has launched a project to provide matching grant support to qualifying Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and eligible private enterprises to become more competitive, grow their businesses, create jobs and increase household incomes.
|Gambia's Trade Minister, Hon. Kolley|
The Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) has renewed and reinforced the prospects of The Gambia attaining her food self-sufficiency aspirations through a two-year project dubbed Food Security Commercialization of Agriculture (FSCA) funded by the Italian government to the tune of US$2 million.
Monday, December 12, 2011
|Hon. Njie, Minister of Finace|
|Dodou Nyang, Sales and Marketing Manager of Trust Bank|
|Isaac Thomas, Food Processors SG|
|The Brown Card|
Thursday, November 10, 2011
|Taxes are a big burden on local manufacturers in The Gambia|
|CBG Governor, Amadou Colley|
|Front Face of the New Secured Brown Card|
|Back Side of the New Secured Card|
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Monday, October 31, 2011
|[L - R] Mr Sanusi shakes hand with Mr Omotoso (new GTBank MD)|
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Since inception, this body of dedicated and committed young media practitioners, some of whom infact hold key positions in their various newsrooms, has implemented series of significant programmes geared towards creating a better working environment for its members in particular and enhancing Gambian journalism, in general.
Notable, among its many accomplishments has been the training of its members and even non-members on journalism related subjects ranging from environment to laws governing media work in The Gambia.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
|Justice Minister Gomez|
|Modou S. Joof|
Monday, October 24, 2011
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
While in Banjul, Mrs Masire-Mwamba, a national of Botswana, will meet senior government officials, leaders of political parties, representatives of civil society, members of the election management body, the media and other stakeholders.
“My visit to The Gambia is meant to demonstrate the commitment of the Commonwealth to support democratic processes in member countries,” Mrs Masire-Mwamba said.
“Elections lie at the heart of democracy. The conduct of credible and peaceful elections requires the full and unrestricted participation of all the key actors and the electorate. Those vying to represent the people of the country should be permitted to compete on a level playing field. Everyone needs to have the national interest at heart and behave with dignity and responsibility.”
She will be accompanied by the head of Africa Political Affairs Section, at the Commonwealth, Nigeria born, Ambassador Ayodele Oke.
The Commonwealth Secretariat has worked with the Government of The Gambia on a number of activities, including support to the judiciary, enterprise development, and tourism and media development.
|Hon Kolley, Minister of Trade|
Monday, October 17, 2011
|Mr Drammeh, new FEWACCI President|
|GTBank MD, Mr Omotoso, presenting prize to one of the lucky winners|