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GTUYTP STATEMENT ON THE OCCASION OF INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY 2022 (IYD)

As we observe IYD 2022, we must also challenge Government to prioritize the development of young people in the teaching profession. This should include but not be limited to providing scholarships for them to develop themselves academically, reviewing policies to ensure deserving young teachers are promoted to different cadres in the Establishment as well as improving their socioeconomic welfare through incentives and allowances that commensurate the very challenging conditions they perform their duties.

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GTU CONDUCTS SRGBV TRAINING FOR FEMALE HEAD TEACHERS

The Gambia Teachers’ Union through support from the Steve Sinnot Foundation has organized a day training workshop for Forty (40) female head teachers from all Regional Education Directorates in the country. The training being held at the Paradise Suites Hotel, is on “School Related Gender Based Violence-SRGBV”.

The training is expected to equip the school leaders with knowledge about gender based violence and ways of addressing them.

GTU VICE PRESIDENT 1- SAFFIE NYASSI

Saffie Nyassi, Vice President(1)-GTU and Chairperson of the Gambia Teachers’ Union Ladies Society in her statement said the training is very timely.

She encouraged the head teachers to make best used of the opportunity.

MUSA SOWE-VICE PRESIDENT 2-GTU

Musa Sowe, Vice President(2)-GTU acknowledges the importance and timeliness of the training. According to him issues of Gender Based Violence are prevalent in schools and in regions. He therefore challenged the participants to stay focused during the training so as to garner the relevant knowledge.

The SRGBV training rolled out by the union is expected to help address GBV related issues in schools. This is as cases of GBV continue to be reported in schools and regions.