Education Projects


Child sponsoring project

Earlier today, Casa-Gambia on their child sponsoring project presented learning materials (i.e. uniforms, bags, books, set-box, pensil and color pencils etc) to 60 outstanding students at Brufut Lower Basic School, Wullinkama Lower Basic School and Sukut Lower Basic School.This year, we have sponsored 20 from Brufut Lower Basic Schol, 20 from Wullinkama Lower Basic School and 20 from Sukuta Lower Basic School totaling to 60 student from the theee schools.As previously mentioned, this projects seeks to pair up underprivileged students with sponsors to reach their full potential through education with the objective of providing underprivileged child with access to quality education to reach their full potential. Education is the only tool to empower children to love independent, purposeful and successful lives, full of choice and possibilities.Sincere appreciation to our supporters, partners and sponsors for partnering with us. We are indeed paving the way for self driven development!
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Brufut Lower Basic School has a total roll of 1,857 children out of which 850 are Boys and 1,007 are girls with the total of teaching staff of 65 Teachers. The school has 47 classes and having only 30 classrooms that’s why the school is in double shift (afternoon shift). 

Creating our Children’s future

Our mission is to inspire a map life long love of learning with a focus on scholarship and building Schools.

CASA Gambia presents Books to Alieu Badara Jallow Memorial Senior Secondary School!

CASA Gambia through its Education Coordinator- Amadou A Jallow presented Books to Alieu Badara Jallow Memorial Senior Secondary Scholl as part of its scholl outreach program.

In his remark, the vice Principal welcome the donations of the books as it’s a timely donation since they have just opened a library at the school and are currently trying to equip the library with books. He further mentioned, our intervention efforts are the right thing to do to help support the young generation especially at a school like Alieu Badara. He thanked Casa-Gambia and prayed for our continued success.

Paving the way for self derived development!