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country in West Africa, bordering North Atlantic Ocean and Senegal.
Gambian sleeping sickness - caused by parasite Trypanosoma brucei and transmitted through bite of an infected tsetse fly. Synonym(s): trypanosomiasis
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He wished to have collaborative endeavours between HEC and Gambian higher education institutions, seeking scholarships and training opportunities for Gambian faculty.
The Gambian team created a ball-sorting machine as its entry into the competition.
The book consists of twelve chapters; the first two cover Faye's early life and career as a founder-teacher and master of the school in Kristi-Kunda (Christ's village), a remote Gambian village that was part of a brave but largely unsuccessful plan by Anglican Bishop John Daley to Christianize the Upper River regions of the Gambia still largely untouched by Islam at that time.
The Historical Dictionary of The Gambia fills a yawning gap in Gambian studies.
Lamin Sonko, secretary of Birmingham's Gambian Association, said: "The Coroner has now released the five bodies and we are making funeral arrangements.
Kuwait: Kuwait has denied a Gambian media report that it had dispatched 320 highly trained soldiers to Gambia to be in charge of the personal security of President Yaya Jammeh.
The MoU was signed on the occasion of the visit of the Gambian Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, Prof.
Thousands of his party supporters and sympathizers stormed the court house on Monday to show solidarity, while many were stopped by Gambian paramilitary officers who barricaded the main entrance to Banjul.
Kuwait-based Path Solutions announced that Arab Gambian Islamic Bank Ltd (AGIB) has gone live successfully with its new core banking platform - iMAL R14, provided by Path Solutions.
Carayol was born in the Gambian capital of Banjul, moving to England to join Swindon Town's youth system.
Lebanese-Gambian multimillionaire Hussein Tajudeen, a former close friend of President Yahya Jammeh, was ordered out for "unacceptable business practices that are detrimental to the Gambian economy," according to the presidency.