Having realised the desolateness of many Gambian families, especially the children within, during the feast of Eid Adha Senegambia Democracy and Governance (SENDGO), were able to donate rams and a number of bull to needy Gambians with funding from the Emirates Red Crescent, its partner organisation in the United Arab Emirates.
Making remarks on the occasion Aja Tuku Jallow said when her organization approached their partners, they generously responded with a good amount of money that enabled them to secure a number of animals for the feats.
She explained that the beneficiaries are individuals who have been identified as people with families that cannot afford a sheep for the occasion as well as Quranic memorisation boarding schools. “We know this is quite modest; however, we hope that the recipients will share in the moments of joy and happiness that permeate the entire Muslim community in The Gambia and the world over” she said
SENDGO is deeply grateful to the Emirates Red Crescent for its unflinching partnership and fruitful collaboration. “We look forward to more funds on such an occasion owing to the many numbers of Gambian families that are in dire need of such assistance” she said
Jallow, CEO of SENDGO said she owe it to her tiny staff, the Director, Momodou Lamin Yaffa and Coordinator, Amadou Ceesay a debt of gratitude for the indefatigable efforts they make to keep the organisation in motion and for the time and energy they have expended to ensure this ceremony take place successfully.
She concluded by praying that Allah the Almighty accept their good deeds, endow us with the fortitude and willingness to be of good service to those in need and reward us with good health and prosperity in this world and with Paradise in the Hereafter
SENDGO Provides Rams and Bulls for Needy Muslim