Fatoumata Fatty earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from the university last year. She is now an accountant in the Gambian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Omar Jallow, from Dobo, last year completed a four-‐year bachelor’s program in nursing at the university. He now is a nurse at the Jammeh Foundation Hospital at Bundung, in the suburbs of Banjul.
Haruna Jallow, 28, from a tiny village called Kerr Samba Nyado, has faced more obstacles to his education than perhaps anyone in our program. For part of his high schools years he lived, without family support, in an almost abandoned compound. He often skipped school to earn money for food. This year he completed a two-‐year course in nursing at the Batokunku Nursing and Community Health Center and is now a nurse at the Bafrow Hospital, outside Banjul. (Read the Full Annual Report)