Despite some improvements in access to basic education and economic growth, The Gambia still faces considerable challenges in respect to reducing poverty. With a narrow economic base and a reduced internal market, it will continue to rely heavily on the productivity of its citizens to reverse the cycle that keeps families in poverty generation after generation.
Poverty reduction is a complex equation that involves improvements in job creation, especially for high-skilled and productive employment, as well as improvements in human capital levels to ensure that young people are able to create and take advantage of employment opportunities. Currently, however, low human capital levels greatly limit the productivity and employment outcomes of the population.
We envisage to:
Inspire the next generation of African kids, to take their destiny into their own hands and strive towards making this continent sustainable, informed and innovative.
Engage and collaborate with other stakeholders interested in conceptualizing, implementing, managing and measuring effective programs geared towards success for our young people.
An educated and informed citizenry is one that has total control of its affairs, lack of education and enlightenment has plagued our youth, thus the need to embark on programs geared towards uplifting their education and participation in matters that affect them.