Our Partners and Supporters
JUST ACT is  an NYC registered organisation and recognised with the AG Chambers as a charity
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The Gambia National Youth Council (NYC)   actively operating in all the 7 administrative regions and 48 districts of the Gambia . Our mandate is to mobilise, coordinate and supervise youth organisations, implement national youth programmes and advise government on youth matters.

https://nyc.gm

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The Companies Department under the Ministry of Justice is responsible for registering various categories of businesses and charitable bodies in The Gambia.

https://www.moj.gm

The two current projects, the Poultry Farm and the Youth Booth
have been funded overall by EUTF through Tekki-fii/Enable/RIEC and  IMVF 

Enabel, the Belgian development agency executes the Belgian governmental cooperation. Enabel is a public agency. With our partners, we manage approximately 200 projects in view of improving public service delivery to citizens as well as the living conditions of populations, primarily on the African continent.

https://www.enabel.be

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Rural Infrastructure and Employment Creation (RIEC) is implemented by Enabel

RIEC is a three-year, 388 million Dalasis (7 million Euros) project, which is part of the larger flagship Tekki Fii programme. The project is tasked with helping to construct the rural infrastructure necessary to create sustainable agricultural value chains.

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Since December 2018, COOPI has intervened in Gambia to assist returning migrants and in particular to take charge of the mental health and psycho-social well-being of those who have suffered violence along the Mediterranean route.
COOPI works to increase technical and vocational training and socio-professional integration of vulnerable young people, potential migrants and returning migrants.

 They work in collaboration with YAIM

www.coopi.org

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Since December 2018, COOPI has intervened in Gambia to assist returning migrants and in particular to take charge of the mental health and psycho-social well-being of those who have suffered violence along the Mediterranean route.
COOPI works to increase technical and vocational training and socio-professional integration of vulnerable young people, potential migrants and returning migrants.

 They work in collaboration with YAIM

www.coopi.org

The European Union Emergency Trust Fund for stability and addressing root causes of irregular migration and displaced persons in Africa (EUTF for Africa) was created to address the root causes of instability, forced displacement and irregular migration and to contribute to better migration management.

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The “Make it in The Gambia-Tekki Fii” is a program that aims to improve economic development and future prospects for The Gambia’s youth, including returning migrants, by promoting attractive employment and income opportunities. Moreover, the objective is to support the Government to boost economic development with a focus on generating training, entrepreneurship, employment and access to finance opportunities for Gambians.The Tekki Fii campaign is a movement by Gambians, for Gambians. It is about helping young people in the country to see the benefits of choosing to ‘make it’ at home.

tekkifii.gm

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Implementing partners:

EUTF, Gambian Government, ITC, GIZ,IMVF, Enabel

Instituto Marquês de Valle Flôr (IMVF) is a foundation for development and cooperation based in Lisbon. Established in the Gambia in 2018, IMVF is implementing a three-years’ project targeting the youth and women of North Bank Region, Central River Region, Lower River Region and Upper River Region.

IMVF.org

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Instituto Marquês de Valle Flôr (IMVF) is a foundation for development and cooperation based in Lisbon. Established in the Gambia in 2018, IMVF is implementing a three-years’ project targeting the youth and women of North Bank Region, Central River Region, Lower River Region and Upper River Region.

IMVF.org

 

 

Established in 1964, the International Trade Centre (ITC) is the joint agency of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations.
ITC's mission is to foster inclusive and sustainable economic development, and contribute to achieving the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development. ITC works towards creating ‘trade impact for good’.

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A major development is membership of Nature Friends International  following their first link through Landscape of the Year Senegal/The Gambia 2018 – 2020

Instituto Marquês de Valle Flôr (IMVF) is a foundation for development and cooperation based in Lisbon. Established in the Gambia in 2018, IMVF is implementing a three-years’ project targeting the youth and women of North Bank Region, Central River Region, Lower River Region and Upper River Region.

IMVF.org

The Naturefriends movement was founded in 1895 and ranks amongst the largest non-governmental organisations around the globe. Our 350,000 members are active in local groups/sections and are represented by regional, federal and national associations.

https://www.nf-int.org/en/

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The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) does not have the usual substructure of government agencies. For the execution of its projects it commissions what are known as  implementing organisation. These organisations then work with executing agencies in the partner country concerned; those agencies are selected by the government of that country.

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