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With a population of 1.9 million, the Gambia is faced with rising food insecurity, poverty and malnutrition, despite a promising environment for improved growth, stability and partnerships, a World Food...

In a bid to contribute its quota to national developpent, New Gambia Movement Friday donated cartons of medical gloves to health centers in Serrekunda, Bakoteh and Sukuta. The move is part of the Heal...

Today I join the global community in commemorating World AIDS Day.  On this day we remember those who have lost their lives to AIDS, recommit ourselves to caring for those living with HIV/AIDS, and acknowledge...

(JollofNews) – The United Nations system in the Gambia Tuesday convened a five-hour national consultation on the Catch Up plan for the country. The consultation is required for the Emergency Plan...

(JollofNews) – A senior health officer in the Gambia has called for the adoption of a stringent surveillance system to prevent the spread of diseases into the country. Alieu Sonko, officer in charge...

(JollofNews) – 56 field epidemiologists have graduated last Thursday after a three-month intensive course that provided them with the ability to detect diseases before it spreads. The graduates of...

(JollofNews) – A Gambian registered charitable foundation, the Baba Jerreh Foundation, has donated surgical equipment including gloves, bandages, antiseptics, syringes, needles, alcohol swaps and...

(JollofNews) – The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in the Gambia last week led a team of reporters from the Network of Journalist on Reproductive Health, Population and Development on a media...

(JollofNews) – The government of Sierra Leone and its international partners are in a race to avoid an outbreak of any disease in the aftermath of the mudslide that has claimed the lives of hundreds...

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(JollofNews) – Ahead of World No Tobacco Day on Wednesday, health authorities in The Gambia have issued a grim warning about the devastating consequences of tobacco smoking. Speaking to journalists...