Bridging The Digital Divide In Africa And Leaving No One Behind
Being digitally competent is now a necessary part of modern life and no one can afford to be left behind. In response African countries like The Gambia seek to transform the digital divide into a digital opportunity and put in place strategies to promote the use of IT to boost efficiencies, productivity and service delivery in all sectors of the Gambian economy.
Regardless of age or ability, we believe going online has digital and social inclusion benefits for everyone.
Rotary District 9101 – Collaborated with Rotary International and Rotary Clubs in 10 West African countries to manage and deliver the web marketing and IT systems for 2019 Rotary District 9101 conference in The Gambia
Solie Law Chambers: Developed online campaigns to generate and close consultancy contracts with U.N., E.U., I.M.F., W.H.O., World Bank establishing Solie Law as one of Gambia’s leading law firms.
Dr. Aurora Martin is an anti-discrimination and gender expert. She is Senior Advisor in International Relations within the Romanian Government and Parliament (on behalf of National Agency for Equal Opportunities, Ministery of Labour and Social Justice, and National Council for Combating Discrimination).
Gambia Legal Support facilitates the provision of pro bono or free legal services for the poor by volunteer private lawyers. The first and only organisation of its kind in the country, our innovative model channels specialist pro bono legal assistance to the most vulnerable and marginalised people in The Gambia
Arch Tours: Developed the creation, sale and delivery of tours and trips in Gambia, Senegal, Mali and Guinea Bissau for tourists and holidaymakers establishing Arch Tours as Gambia’s leading ground tour operator and winning Trip Advisor ‘Certificate of Excellence’ for 6 consecutive years, one of only a handful of African companies to be admitted to the Trip Advisor ‘Hall of Fame’.
Dimbayaa Fertility: Developed an infertility awareness, prevention and treatment project working with the Gambian Government, Walking Egg Foundation, Genk Institute for Fertility Technology in Belgium, University of Leiden in Holland and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London that helps childless women in rural and urban areas.
Gambia Ballet Factory: A sustainable female empowerment and girl’s education project introducing Classical Ballet to schools, youth organisations and orphanages in Gambia, generating donations, sponsorship and scholarships from Russian Ballet Society in London and Miami City Ballet in Florida.
G-Tech Football Academy: Developed a sustainable grassroots and youth football project which now educates and trains over 120 young Gambian footballers working with football agents and coaches from academies and clubs in Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Egypt, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Holland and the UK.