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GTU HOSTS SENSITIZATION MEETING

The Gambia Trade Union Bureau in partnership with the OTUWA Solidarity Centre and The Gambia Teachers’ Union held a sensitization meeting on promoting occupational health

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EFANET CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO INCREASE NATIONAL EDUCATION BUDGET

As part of activities marking the annual commemoration of the Global Action Week For Education (GAWE), the Education For All Campaign Network (EFANeT) and key stakeholders of the organization converged at the Soma LBS in the Lower River Region (LRR) to commemorate this year’s event, under the global theme: “Protect Education In Emergencies Now!”

This annual event is organized to remind states, world leaders, and the international community of their commitment to protecting education in light of the major emergencies happening around the world.

The theme also looks at the impact of COVID-19 on Education and other compelling challenges including Poverty, Insecurity, Political Instability, Internal displacement, Child Abuse, and other factors that are hindering access to education.

Both the EFANet Board Chairperson, Mr. Bakary Badgie, and the EFANet National Coordinator, Mr. Kebba Omar Jarjusey renewed their call for the government to increase the National Education Budget to be able to adequately respond to Education in Crisis.

In delivering his statement as the Guest Speaker for the occasion,

the Permanent Secretary-MoBSE, Mr. Louis Moses Mendy expressed his profound gratitude to be associated with this year’s (GAWE) Commemoration.

He recognized the role of EFANet as the watchdog that holds the government to account for delivering equitable, accessible, and relevant education to the nation.

Speaking further on the theme of the commemoration, PS Mendy shared with the audience some of the response mechanisms the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education put in place during the peak period of the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the continuity of learning at all times, especially in emergency periods.