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Kingfisher Trust donates to Two Schools

Kingfisher Trust. a philanthropic organisation which contributes mainly to the development of education in the Gambia. last Wednesday,' donated sewing machines and carpentry tools to two schools namely: Kolior Primary School in Kiang East and Tuti Faal Jammeh Future Development School in Pirang,. Western Division.

At the Tuti Faal Jammeh Future Development School. receiving the items. the school's administrator. Mr.Ebrima Jassey amid great delight promised that the school make good use of them.

The Founder and Secretary General of the Trust Mr. Simon Wezel said the items may well he the beginning of many more assistance to the school provided the ones donated were put into proper use

Next at the Kolior Primary school the items were received by Kehuteh Jassey. headmaster who had this to say "your quick response to our request is a clear manifestation of the. genuine interest your organisation has in the needy". In a short speech. Headmaster Jassey revealed that the 'establishment of the school skill centres and development of the school garden were constrained by lack of resources.

Other speakers who commended the Trust included National Assembly Member Hon. Buba Sitmura and Kiang East Chief, Mr. Sheriff Sanneh.

In his remarks. the Trust's founder. Mr. Simon Wezel said his organisation is not only working towards improving education and living standards in the country. but interested in involving the local people in the process. He also mentioned that the Trust would he exploring possibilities of linking the school with other schools in Europe.

The presentation was marked by a colourful performance. a drama by the school pupils and football match in honour of the Kingfisher Trust. The vote of thanks was made by the schools deputy headmaster.

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