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Press release Kingfisher Trust


Last week Mr.Keith Robinson,Chairman Kingfisher UK, handed over Medical Equipment to. Dr. Jobarteh, the Chief Executive of Bansang Hospital and this week Dr. Bouchier, Medical Advisor to Kingfisher Trust handed over Medical Equipment to the Sanitorium and Campama.

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recent container from the UK there where items donated to The Social Welfare , the Gambia Red Cross, RVH, Manding Medical Centre, Labocoreh Clinic as well as the deaf and blind. Reading Glasses to Apex, they arc very helpful to the needy when they need glasses,

Also many items to Schools and Skill Centres in many places throughout The Gambia which received goods from this container. St. George's Upper Basic School in Basse received sewing machine and typewriters, the same items to Simma Vocational - Training Institute. Goods for Pirang Day Care Centre, Julangle Skill Center, Sankulay Kunda, May's Nursery School,

Several Computers where also in this container, and ones they are checked over they will he sent to Bansang Hospital, St. George's Upper Basic School and if possible Armitage High School,

In the last week of December we expect an other container, this time from Holland. The container is organized by the Rotary Club Venlo, Maas en Peel. This is the second time that we have had this help from Holland and Mr Jacques Braukman Secretary of the club has with all the members of the Rotary Club been able to come up will a container of really usefull goods for The Gambia.

About 80 pieces of Nursery School furniture, typewriters and they send extra ribbons) 3 pallets of paper, bicycles. wheelchairs, computers, generators ( that we can have a regular supply of electricity), in the UK container we had a box of special gloves which will protect workman up to 650 volts, some go as far as 4000 volts and these we donate to Nawec

To further our aim to "Give support to the Smiling Coast" we hope to open a Branch Office in Bansang area during the coming year, with this we hope to be able to give support to more Rural Area Project in the CRD and URD.

Our Office in Kairaba Avenue is now also used by the Gambia Unesco Club, NAYCO. The National Association for Youth and Children Organisations, and GambiCats, The Charity that looks after the wellare of cats around the Hotels and has recently also included the cats around the Victoria Hospital, in our classroom we have children in the morning and afternoon for extra lessons.

Mr. Keith Robinson, Chairman Kingfisher
Trust UK, handing over medical equipment to:
Dr. Jobarteb, Chief Executive of Bansang

Dr Boucier Medical Advisor to Kingfisher Trust handing over medical equipment to: the staff of the Sanatorium 

Sunday Observer Decemberr 24 2000

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