Gammol, which was founded in Banjul in 1992, is a registered
non-governmental humanitarian organisation engaged in the
provision of basic amenities such as well water supplies with
standpipes, health, education assistance for the needy
in Kombo, West Coast Region and other areas up to the town
of Basse Santa Su.
The aid charity works at the community grassroots level as opposed
to helping individuals except for education where they will
pay the tuition fees for some gifted Gambian students.
The charity's projects are in collaboration with local bodies
who are carefully selected so as to ensure that programmes
with the fewest available resources achieve the biggest impact
on the welfare of the local population.
At the GamMol association's headquarters in Belgium there
is a core staff of around 12 people along with the board.
Local volunteers help with collecting equipment which is shipped
by container to The Gambia and cleared through customs by
Back in The Gambia, GamMol has 12 paid members of staff, and
four people who work full-time on their projects.
Objectives & Principles:
• To assist health care centres & hospitals with materials,
equipment & financial support.
• As a non-profit they will never hand over money or valuable
to an individual.
• They will always try to help people in need with the basics.
• To optimize and maximize resources impacts on various projects.
• To inform sponsors of the purpose and where their donations
have been used.
• To help children in with the necessary items & payments
for their schooling.