My Name is Ebrima Jatta,
– Chairman – Community Action Support Association. CASA-Gambia was founded in 2015 with the aim of bring development to the Gambian people, particularly the deprived through advocacy and capacity building. I am particularly interested in personal and national development because of serious lack of pragmatic capacity of youth development and community in the Gambia. Evidently, my Master of Business Administration and BSc (Hons) Business Information Systems would serve as a spring board for upward mobility and evidently self – actualization. With this qualification in the bay, I can be in an influential position to affect decision making to better the living condition of my countrymen hailing from a disadvantaged background. My heart has always been with the underprivileged members of society. The realization of this goal will be the most fulfilling achievement in my life.
Amadou A Jallow
I am an entrepreneur managing my own business and a public servant working with the National Water and Electricity Co. LTD (NAWEC), a Gambian national. I successfully completed my Senior Secondary School Education at SOS Hermann Gmeiner Technical Senior Secondary School in the area of science and went on to further my education in Information Technology. I also completed my Higher National Diploma in international relationship and politics (IR) at Stratford College the Gambia in 2021. I also went through various short term capacity building/ professional trainings. I am a certified Change the Game Academy Trainer in the areas of Mobilization Support (MS).
I am the Education Co-Ordinator for Casa-Gambia. Casa-Gambia was founded in 2015 with the aim of bringing development to the Gambian people; particularly the deprived. Been a victim of poverty during my school days motivated me to be part of this noble course. It’s a privilege to be part of such an institution to help humanity especially women and children to prosper in this generation of ours and to help them unlock their potentials and achieve their goals. Helping others is something one can be proud of, for me it’s beyond that, it’s a personal feeling deep dawn in my heart.
My name is Alagie Ndow (05-05-1980), a Gambian. I am the Financial Secretary for CASA-GAMBIA. An IT lecturer at an institute calked Wise Owl College and the second vice principal of the institute. I Acquired a Diploma in ITC plus certificate for PC repair and maintenance, also obtained a Diploma Certificate in Business Administration “ABE”. I am currently studying a higher ITC level CISCO networking. I have been involved in youth moulding for socio economic for years now. As educating the youths of a nation is a catalyst for rapid nation development. My vision is youth empowerment in different categories. I am willing enough to dedicate myself for service delivery for any needed communities for improved livelihood.
My name is Abdou Bah (21-11-1975). I obtained a Bachelors Degree from the University of The Gambia in 2009 with majors in Development Studies and History. I also obtained a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management from Coventry University in the United Kingdom.
I am currently working as a senior officer for the Government of The Gambia ressponsible for Admin and Human Resource Management in my organisation. I worked as a Teacher after my graduation from a Teacher Training College in 1999, a Research Assistant at Medical Research Council (MRC) for two years where I worked with many underprivileged communities in rural Gambia before taking a career in Admin and Human Resource Management in 2009. I worked in many Government Departments and during this period, I have contributed immensely to the development and implementation of many Government policies and programmes.
I have a strong passion for voluntary work as well as working with communities. I developed this passion during my tenure at MRC and my degree in Development Sturies is also an inspiration. I am always ready to participate in initiatives for the promotion and development of the welfare of people in my community particularly the vulnerable and the underpriviledge. In view of this, I will devout all what it takes within my ability, at my disposal to promote the interest of CASA-Gambia. I have not regrets in my decision to serve in the Board of CASA-Gambia.