UK based Gambian Activist, Fatou Baldeh based in Scotland shares her FGM ordeal in an anti-FGM campaign video broadcasted by the Guardian Newspaper UK. Fatou Baldeh herself is an FGM survivor, who now works for the Dignity Alert and Research Forum (Darf) in Edinburgh, Scotland. Fatou was only seven years old, when she
By Sarata Jabbi-Dibba Just Back From Berlin Gambian gender activist has been elected the President of European Network for Female Genital Mutilation (EuroNet-FGM). At a recent congress in Berlin, Germany, EuroNet-FGM delegates conferred presidency on a formidable Gambian activist. Neneh Bojang was chosen thanks to her resilience, bravery and
Insiders alerted Kibaaro News that President Jammeh attended a summit in Ivory Coast a week ago and made a short secret trip to Paris before returning to Banjul. It is reported that even some close aides of Mr. Jammeh were not put in the picture. Is President Jammeh really visiting
By Sarata Jabbi At least 38 Sarahuleh communities in Upper River Region (URR) have publicly declared to abandon female genital mutilation (FGM) at Sotuma Sere village. The communities also agreed to shy away from early and force marriage. This development came after the communities were involved in a series
Questions have been raised about why Gambian President is returning to the French capital Paris. President Jammeh was in Paris a fortnight ago. Unlike his previous visit, which was unannounced, the Gambia Radio and Television Services broadcast the departure of President from Yundum international airport today to the French capital.
Gambian President is due in France on Thursday, December 5th. State House sources told Kibaaro News that President Yahya Yahya Jammeh is expected to land in Paris at 11:45 A.M. Mr. Jammeh’s unannounced visit is prompted by his deteriorating health condition, State House sources confirmed. President Jammeh is accompanied by
Jammeh is wrong to parade 8-year-old kids on TV By Ousman JC Darboe Human Right/HIV and AIDS Activist World AIDS Day on 1 December brings together people from around the world to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS and demonstrate international solidarity in the face of the pandemic.