JUST ACT 

A registered youth organisation with NYC (National Youth Council)

and AG Chambers with charity status

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MISSION AND HISTORY
In 2015 JUST ACT  was registered as an independent organisation with The National Youth Council The Gambia retaining the same Main Aims as Just Act Gambia:- 
MAIN AIMS

 

  • To enable community-led development

  • To support accredited and non - accredited training through local organisations thereby developing life skills and income earning opportunities

  • To maximise the use of local expertise in developing training

  • To enable Janjanbureh and surrounding areas  to develop responsible, sustainable pro-poor tourism for the benefit of the community whilst respecting the local culture, traditions and the natural environment

  • To enable rural regeneration so the school population of today is assured of a prospering town sufficient to reduce  rural /urban/ illegal migration

ACTIVE AIMS
  • to run current  and introduce new grant-funded projects

  • to maintain selected previous projects

JUST ACT is gaining independence

  • Increasingly Just Act  are applying for and receiving grants from Gambian and European based organisations

  • Just Act Gambia is supporting them in their applications 

  • JUST ACT are maintaining and benefitting the employment  of youths  through previous successful grant applications

  • JUST ACT is maintaining selected current projects previously run by the charity

  • JUST ACT is aiming at self-sufficiency through a small business enterprise providing a music and entertainment system for hire funded by Just Act Gambia

  • JUST ACT has many members who are encouraged to take an active part in varied initiatives by other group and organisations in their community, being seen as a very influential group of dynamic youths

  • Just Act Gambia support mainly by creating awareness and maintaining this website

  • Just Act Gambia is still creating funds but these are passed to JUST ACT and through mutual agreement are distributed more generally within the community