The Free Internet Cafe for the Blind & Visually Impaired, the first in the whole of Africa, which opens the World Wide Web, making The Gambia a leading light in Africa, with this technology by allowing free and total access to surf the net send and receive emails and for students to enhace their studies with the aid of this pioneering software. No more do they need to rely on a third party to read to them newspapers, magazines, books, letters and world wide information. - KERR AL HASSAN Refugee Camp*

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As a part of the Trust's humanitarian programme, in the February 1998 the Trust responded to an appeal made by Sierra Leone refugees residing at the Kerr Al-Hassan refugee Camp in the Upper River Division of the Gambia. The refugees were assisted with sewing.

machines and carpentry tools for basic training and income generating purposes. The items were received by the Anglican Mission Refugee Unit Consultant in Basse, and at that it was said that the refugee desperately needed something to do for a living. Following the.

donation of these items the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in The Gambia recognised the charitable activities of the Trust and commended it for the assistance rendered.

receipt from KERR AL HASSAN Refugee Camp

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