The Gambia is a small West-African country, bounded by Senegal, with a narrow Atlantic coastline.
It is known for its diverse ecosystems around the central Gambia River. Abundant wildlife in its Kiang West National Park and Bao Bolong Wetland Reserve includes monkeys, leopards, hippos, hyenas and rare birds.
The capital, Banjul, and nearby Serrekunda offer access to beaches
Today, research has proven that The Gambia is one of the slowest developing countries in Africa.
Many factors which have contributed to the current state of The Gambia are the fact that;
Young people do not want to go into Agriculture, but rather want to go to the city where they think it is easy to become successful.
The people we have today do not want to be like their forefathers.
People do not understand their voting power that is why they are facing what they are facing today.
Young girls believe prostitution is more lucrative and fun than hard work. But what if they get into their menopausal ages where they are no more attractive? Some are left with children for different fathers and nobody to cater for them.
The nature of Information and Communications Technology is very poor.
There is no security or insurance for people who go out to work here in The Gambia.
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