Gambian with courage - Ndey Mariam Nda Jagne

Written by Gainde

Ndey Mariam Nda Jagne

Gambian with courage: She believes that no woman should die giving birth. 

This is Ndey Mariam Nda Jagne, a young philanthropist who is working diligently to make a difference. She supports different kinds of youth initiatives, but the greatest

Gambian with courage: Ahmad Gitteh

Written by Gainde

Ahmad Gitteh

Gambian with courage: From a poor family, Ahmad Gitteh is now among the country’s most charitable young philanthropists. He setup the Gitteh Foundation in 2008 through which he sponsors 29 orphaned school children in the Western Region. 

Gambian with courage: Rabiatou Ceesay

Written by Gainde

Gambian with courage: Rabiatou Ceesay is a poet and spoken word artist. She has a strong passion for reading and writing and strives to use spoken word poetry to motivate and inspire people around her. 

Known for encouraging the growth of personal

Gambian with courage - Dr. Ebrima Sall

Written by Gainde

Gambian with courage: "The dominant stories about Africa have been, unfortunately, negative."- Dr. Ebrima Sall

Born in Kerr Amadou, Jokadou District, Dr. Ebrima Sall is the Executive Secretary of the Council for the Development of Social Science

Gambian with courage - Yassin George

Written by Gainde

Yassin George

Gambian with courage: She's unquestionably one of the smartest young Gambian women in the diaspora. Yassin George is a biochemistry graduate -yes, biochemistry- from the University of Southampton in the UK. 

The 23-year-old is now running a

Gambian with courage - Bakary Papa Gassama

Written by Gainde

Gambian with courage: This is Bakary Papa Gassama. He’s described as one of the most talented and promising referees in Africa. The 34-year-old became an international referee in 2007. He officiated at the 2012 Olympic tournament in