My thoughts about Christmas is unity and love in action. Humanity in all its beautiful intricate forms. It reminds me of what a beautiful society I come from which is the Gambia. Christians and Muslims celebrate each others feast as it was there’s. I am a living testimony being that I’m Muslim but I’ve celebrated Christmas with my Christian friends and family. For me the … Continue reading Thoughts on x-mas❤
Its been one year since we ushered in a new regime headed by Mr. Adama Barrow and his cohort ousting out a 22 year old dictatorship. Gambia has had a history of coups, most of which has been peaceful with almost no blood shed, well apart from the 1981 episode and thus this removal of Mr. Jammeh through electoral processes is the breakthrough of the … Continue reading New face but same old body- case of The Gambia
Hey lovelies! Its been what? Two years since I last updated this blog :(. I should be ashamed of myself but hey its the end of 2017, looking forward to a new year and new blogging habits that hopefully will not make me go hiatus for this long again! So much has happened over the past two years and I am so excited to start … Continue reading I’m back!
Yes, I know you must have valentine in your mind but no V-day does not mean valentine but a globally recognized way of advocating for an end to VAW. So we celebrated 14th February in a very different way as it is usually celebrated. Worried about the rising rates of violence against women, be it rape, sexual slavery, psychological trauma, verbal abuse, female genital mutilation … Continue reading V-day!
G & G -you cannot do without it for a day! Garlic I have just recently realized the uses of these two natural medicinal plants that we frequently put in our cooking. For a long time my dad chews garlic every single morning and he is a living testimony of the uses of these two plants or herbs. I never tried it because of its … Continue reading Ginger and Garlic!
Training of Gambian Youth Leaders- Bwiam As I anticipated the journey to Bwiam which is a town in the West Coast Region of The Gambia and about 2 hours drive from the main city. I had a mixture of emotions reeling inside me, from excitement about meeting other young people like myself, exchanging ideas and networking to a little hesitant as it was my second … Continue reading Taking Charge of Issues that Affect Us