Public event in Banjul to start “No Women Left Behind”

The Gambia National Television (GRTS) echoes the launch on April 17 in Banjul of the “No Woman Left Behind” project that we promote Aethnic, the Institute of Travel and Tourism of The Gambia (ITTOG) and the Gender Platform.

Throughout 2021, the project will train up to 30 women in vulnerable situations as TRS professionals (responsible and sustainable tourism) and will accompany them in their job insertion and empowerment in human and gender rights. It has the support of the Generalitat de Catalunya through the Catalan Cooperation Agency (ACCD).

The event was attended by the Minister of Women, Social Affairs and Children, Mr. Kajali Sonko, from the Director of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Dr. Black Omar Barry. And naturally, of the 30 women enrolled in the Training Course.
On behalf of the project, Sheik Tejan Nyang, director of ITTOG, Dr. Adama Bah, president of ITTOG and local manager of the Project, and Tabou Sarr, president of the Gender Platform. On behalf of Aethnic, the Project director, Jordi Tolrà and the president of the Association, Jesús Martín, took part in the event.