Gambia: Freed From Libyan Jails, Frustrated Migrants Pose Challenge to New Gambia
Jobless, restless and frustrated, 24-year-old Saikou Jammeh persuaded his father to sell the family home and give up his life savings to pay for the journey from Gambia to Europe. Read more »
Libya: Libya Prison Mates Hit the Road to Curb Gambian Migration
"What we experienced... it isn't worth it" Read more »
Gambia: Ageing Gambians Race for Justice Over Ex-Leader's Fake Aids Cure
The president had found a cure for AIDS. That was the news that reached Ousman Sowe, the head of a Gambian AIDS support network, one day in 2007. He was overjoyed. Read more »
October 26, 2017
Africa: Chad's Survivors of Torture and Rape Seek Justice for Fellow Africans
Ginette Ngarbaye, 52, rises from her seat, leans forward and glares intensely at the ghost of her tormentor. Read more »
July 12, 2017
Gambia: The Country On Funding Drive to Become First Sub-Saharan Nation Free of Malaria
"This last mile is the most difficult - we need more support to sustain the gains we have made yet donors often turn their attention elsewhere as cases drop" Read more »
January 18, 2017
Gambia: Timeline - Who Is Yahya Jammeh?
Yahya Jammeh took power in a coup in 1994 to become only the second president of Gambia since independence from Britain in 1965. Read more »
December 05, 2016
Gambia: What Does Jammeh's Defeat Mean for Future of Aid and Development in Gambia?
More than 10,000 Gambians have arrived in Italy by sea this year Read more »
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