Go For Africa Foundation Gives Health Materials to Health Centres

Monday, March 10, 2008

The Go For Africa Foundation (GFAF) recently donated health materials to Karr, Jahally, Jakaba and Kuntaur Health Centres in Central River Region.

Speaking at a ceremony held in Kuntaur Wharf Town Mr. Jan Huizinga, the Director of GFAF, said the ultimate aim of the foundation is to empower the health and education sectors by providing equipment.

According to him, the foundation is just two years old and even in that time has been able to assist many schools and skills centres such as GTTI, Gambia Scout Association and Three Little Tree to mention but a few.

Mr. Huizinga further revealed that GFAF in Holland visit their friends in The Gambia and spend two to three weeks in the country.

During their stay they visit various projects and exchange ideas with both the students and staff. He further urged the beneficiaries to make the best use of the donated items.

In receiving the materials Ms Fatou Nyassi, a nurse in Kuntaur health Centre, thanked and commended GFAF for their laudable gesture adding that the materials given will go a long way in meeting their needs at the centre.

Alhagie Saho, the link co-ordinator said GFAF is not only assisting The Gambia but all mankind. He urged the beneficiaries to take good care of the items so that they will have a long life and serve the people of The Gambia well.

Banna Sillah and Kawsu Sillah, the facilitators, assured the beneficiaries that more assistance will come in the near future if things are properly handled.

Other speakers included Seedy Bensuda Alkalo of Kuntaur, Kebba Sabally councillor and Petra and Cha Cha. All expressed their gratitude to the foundation.

Author: By Abdou Rahman Sallah in CRR
Source: The Point