3DGAM, EDUSA sign MOU to tighten mutual cooperation
By Sulayman Waan
Decide Determine Destiny- The Gambia (3DGAM) on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Education Students Association (EDUSA) of The University of The Gambia (UTG) to tighten mutual aid on their common endeavors.
The ceremony held at the UTG Students’ Executive Secretariat was attended by officials of 3GAM, EDUSA and others. The MoU aims to tighten mutual benefit between the two institutions.
In the agreement, 3DGAM will support EDUSA in its educational activities by providing it with sponsors and other meaningful support.
On the other hand, EDUSA will help 3GAM to coordinate its programmes as well help popularize its humanitarian services through social media.
3DGAM also presented a public addressing system to its new partner, EDUSA immediately after signing ceremony.
Bah, also an executive director of 3DGAM said the foundation is committed to providing educational and health support to vulnerable people.
In this regard, he said signing an agreement with such a foundation will help the student association to attain their educational aspirations.
“The MoU will immensely benefit both institutions, most especially EDUSA,” he added.
However, he said the MoU is a year agreement but renewable.
“The MoU was a promised by my executive when we were campaigning,” he said.
Representing 3DGAM, Bubacarr Marreh said the organization meant to provide humanitarian services to the poor.
“We are also presenting a new public addressing system to you (EDUSA). We are hopeful to come back here to provide other gestures to you,” he said.
Jainaba Drammeh, Faculty Officer at the University of The Gambia (UTG) described the signing of MOU as very important, saying the partnership will go a long way in ensuring mutual benefits between the two institutions.
“We definitely welcome this initiative and I think it will continue,” she added.
Yahya A Bojang, secretary general of EDUSA said supporting the education of students of UTG will ensure a greater impact on all Gambian students, justifying that they are expected to teach the country’s children.
Chairing the event, Lamin Jawara, retired official of 3DGAM said the foundation (3DGAM) aims to provide humanitarian services to the needy, most especially those at rural areas.