Gambia


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Synonyms for Gambia

a narrow republic surrounded by Senegal in West Africa

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It was a great honor to appoint the First Lady of Gambia, Her Excellency Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, as an ambassador of 'Merck More Than a Mother' campaign.
The move to consider the Gambia came after a long time talk and soliciting, and four weeks ago after seeing the serious in them; I agreed that I will do an event there.
Lucy Butler-Brown - We visited the only college in Gambia, the classroom conditions were shocking, a normal class size was about 60-70 students, they had only chalk boards and no computers.
Since inception in 2008, ITFC has approved a total of 30 financing operations for The Gambia for a total of US$437 million.
The Gambia Country Focus report was drafted by the Country of Origin Information (COI) unit of the Swiss State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) and reviewed by EASO and COI researchers from national asylum authorities represented in EASOs West-Africa COI Network - Belgium, The Netherlands and Norway.
Over the past five seasons, Everton Gambia have been on a winning streak.
He also showed keen interest for cooperation in rehabilitation of foundry industry and development of standardization and calibration facilities in Gambia.
In relevant remarks on Saturday, Agriculture Jihad Minister Mahmoud Hojjati said that Iran is fully ready to cooperate with Gambia in the fields of research, education and agricultural machinery.
In 1951, Faye founded the Gambia's first political party, the Gambia Democratic Party (p.
We would not be able to accomplish this work in Gambia if it were not for the support of so many good people in Scotland and elsewhere.
Once touted as an oasis of democracy and good governance during its first 30 years of independence from the United Kingdom on 18 February 1965, The Gambia has experienced authoritarian rule and human rights violations since Yahya Jammeh came to power in 1994.
Meanwhile, the recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa has hindered economic sectors in Gambia, one of Africa's smallest and poorest nations whose main industries are agriculture and tourism.
The Gambia became independent from the United Kingdom in 1965.
annettebelcher A TEAM of Solihull students have just returned home from a life-changing trip to Gambia, where they have raised over PS9,000 for underprivileged children.
Carayol asked to be left out of that game, which Gambia lost 1-0, as he had just swapped Boro for Town, and was still settling in.