6th Annual General Meeting 2017 – YVE The Gambia

Young Volunteers for the Environment held their 6th Annual General Meeting today (5 August 2017) at SYDO head office in Kanifing. This occasion was graced by the Board, staff, and members of the organization, the media and colleagues to assess the 2016 activities and financial reports of the organization and address the challenges of the organization for a better work-plan and output. Both financial and activity reports were adopted by the General Assembly. in addition to that, recommendations were given by the GA as to the development of the organization in terms of projects planing and implementation, visibility, governance, finance, etc. Congratulations to the whole organization. We are proud of our Board and all of our members.
Change is a process and with the continuous support of the entire team and interested members we will take YVE-The Gambia to the next level and the achievement of the SDGs will be possible.
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Report by: Ejatou Jaiteh

Communications and Volunteer Officer

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YVE to mark world coastal cleanup day

YVE Logo 2Young Volunteers for the Environment (YVE-The Gambia) announces Saturday it will observe World Coastal Cleanup Day 2014, from September 25-28 with an environment forum, tree planting, street and beach cleansing exercises in the West Coast Region, WCR.

World Coastal Cleanup Day is dedicated to the improvement of beaches, coastal regions and surrounding areas throughout the world. It is regarded the largest volunteer event in the world.

On September 20, YVE Gambia said it is collaborating with the Social & Environmental Society (SES) Club of the Gambia College to hold a four-day Cleanup Week as part of its activities marking the Day.

The theme for the cleanup week is: ‘Our Place… Our Planet… Our Responsibility’ Continue reading “YVE to mark world coastal cleanup day”

YVE takes CLENA project to communities in CRR

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Young Volunteers for the Environment (YVE-The Gambia) in collaboration with the Social and Environmental Society (SES CLUB) of The Gambia College Friday embarked on a community outreach in Janjanbureh, Wassu and Kuntaur.

The September 5, 2014 initiative was designed to discuss the expansion of the CLENA (Clean Energy for Africa) Project with the authorities in Janjanbureh and Kuntaur Area councils, to network and to strengthen partnership with stakeholders. Continue reading