In March 2017 Mr. Ali Tambadou (left) and Mr. Charles Mbye (right) were appointed as Local Chairmen of Project Aid The Gambia. They support the Board in Germany as well as the Project Management team with word and deed and with a lot of very useful contacts of their broad network of stakeholders of the Gambian society. Their expertise and ideas valuably contribute to the daily work on the ground and in the field.
Ali Tambadou is Director Business Development of Cayor Enterprises. He has a very personal relationship with the founders of Project Aid The Gambia since more than 30 years and is now continuing the work of his father, the late M.S. Tambadou, who in the 1980s pointed Project Aid The Gambia to the support of the people of Jahaly by initiating the construction of Jahaly Health Centre.
Charles Mbye has been a long-standing suppporter and friend of Project Aid The Gambia. He is the owner of General Engineering, an electro-service company in Manjai Kunda. Charles Mbye is chairman of the Lions Club “Banjul-Kairo”, the organizations`s branch in The Gambia.
Mr. Mass Suso was appointed the Project Manager on June 1st, 2017.
Mass Suso, aged 39, possesses widely ranged capabilities of management skills. He holds a Diploma in Management Studies and a Postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration. He attended professional training for Leadership and Project Management. In his last position he worked as the Human Resources Manager as a member of the senior management team of Radville Farms Ltd. in The Gambia.
At the beginning Ms. Biba Mousa will support the Project Manager as a consultant. In 2011/2012 Biba Mousa was the Project Manager of Project Aid.
Manager Finance and Administration
Mrs. Haddy Sillah joined Project Aid The Gambia in May 2017 as the Manager Finance and Administration. She is assisting the Project Manager at the Head Office in Manjai Kunda.
Head of the Clinic
Mrs. Musukuta Baba, trained nurse, is the Head of Jahaly Health Centre. She joined Project Aid The Gambia more than 20 years ago, when she started her training to become an auxiliary nurse.
The trained nurses at Jahaly Health Centre: Fatou Suso, Fatou K. Ceesay, Musukuta Baba (Clinic Head), Sulayman Saidy and Omar Njie (midwife) – from left to right.
The auxiliary nurses at Jahaly Health Centre: Yankuba Sanyang, Mariama Banda, Fatoumata Keita, Njie Sarr, Momodou Bobo Jallow, Yusupha Jammeh, Ebrima Fatty and Hawa Camara (from left to right).
The laboratory assistants at Jahaly Health Centre: Ebrimah Jobarteh (left) and Tamba Dambelly (right)
The Kindergarten is closed until further notice.
The cleaning ladies every day make the clinic a clean and hygenic area and clean the classrooms of the kindergarten: Salimatou Drammeh, Mariama Jagne, Jallo Drammeh and Sarjo Drammeh (from left to right)
Ambulance driver and watchmen
Our ambulance driver and the watchmen of Jahaly Health Centre: Sumbundu Kanteh (driver), Alhamdou Conteh (day watchman, clinic), Muhammed Keiteh (night watchman, kindergarten) und Sorry Ceesay (night watchman, clinic) – (from left to right)
The three gardeners care for the well-being of patients and children at the compounds of clinic and kindergarten. They clean the area – and they daily water all plants for surviving the frequently incredible heat of Jahaly: Musa Camara, Ougari Kolley and Muhammed Kanteh (from left to right)
Workers of Main Office Manjai Kunda
Our workers at the compound of the Main Office in Manjai Kunda. Row above: Hajie Saho (driver), Babucarr Sallah (mason) und Modou Lamin Badjie (carpenter). Row below:Theodore Sanyang (gardener), Amadou Manga (day watchman) and Samba Njie (night watchman) – (from left to right)
Video: Jahaly/Madina Kindergarten w/ Nursery School (2010)
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