ARU psychologist studies the long-term effects on victims in The Gambia! An international initiative funded by the UN looks into the long-term repercussions and potential for peace following the witch hunts instigated in The Gambia. Find out more here -
Twenty years ago, a ship named the Joola capsized off the coast of the Gambia as it sailed from the south to the north of Senegal. Nearly 1,900 lives were lost in the disaster, more than on the Titanic, but few outside Senegal know about this tragedy. #THREAD 1/ | #Joola
Indonesia banned cough syrups after 99 children died from acute kidney injury. Officials say some syrups have ingredients used in antifreeze and paint that are linked to loss of kidney function. Different cough syrups were recently linked to deaths of 70 children in Gambia.
The WHO has issued a global alert over four cough syrups, warning they could be linked to the deaths of 66 children in the Gambia. The syrups were made by an India-based firm and may have been distributed outside of the West African country. 👉🏾
Botswana becomes first African state to announce it no longer recognises Yahya Jammeh as The Gambia's president
Congratulations to Mr. Adama Barrow. India stands with him for the rapid & all-round development of The Gambia.
Senegalese troops enter The Gambia to back Adama Barrow as president as strongman Jammeh refuses to stand down