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Women's Work Community The Barrow Foundation

by: Momodou Barrow
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The village lies on the South bank of the central River of the Gambia in the Niamina Dankunku. It has a population of about 3,500 people, ‘Mandinkas’ are the leading ethnic group. Dankunku is about 10 km from the main road from Soma-Basse and is reached via a small access road.

Women's Work Community The Barrow Foundation

Dankunku has a public elementary school next to a small clinic, agriculture, cattle breeding and forestry slightly. The village benefits from the project of rural water supply by the installation of standpipes at strategic locations in the community. Still, there are no water line connections to individual households. There are no electricity or telephone connection, this will, in most parts of the community, communication extremely difficult, or it is minimal.

Barrow & Cousins Family Foundation

People operate in the region, both livestock breeding and agriculture. The most crucial monoculture in the area is peanuts. The main food crops are rice, millet, and various vegetables. However, therefore they must rely heavily on support from other family members and/or relatives who live in other areas.
Dankunku, beside the river, has a lot of wild horses, animals. These include monkeys, bush pigs, hyenas, and until a few years, tigers and leopards that occur; however, because of the high deforestation in the area no longer exist. Yet all this could be introduced in the area with the support of appropriate projects. My foundation would like to welcome members & visitors to our ecovillage village Project in Dankunku.Dankunku as a rich cultural/traditional heritage. Culture and tradition are usually seen in this community as an essential factor to promote unity, cooperation for mutual trust, understanding, and cohesion among the people. The annual cultural festival is held there will always be welcomed as 'Homecoming Festival' for people from Dankunku who currently reside far away. This provides an opportunity for the families, friends, relatives, and loved ones to reconnect.

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Membership & Visitors

  • Current members: 8
  • Open to new members
  • Open to visitors

We welcome guests, volunteer workers, exchange visitors & members in our Eco-village Project. We provide entertainment, Mandinka Dancing & drumming lesson & Camp Fire inside our ecovillage project every evening for our Guests,Visitors, volunteers, and members of the community, can offer people an opportunity to socialize with others from different social and cultural backgrounds.

Volunteering Roles

You can get involved in several ways to make positive changes in our community; some of the opportunities available include:

  • Fundraising
  • Planting trees
  • Building Maintenance
  • Teaching Children & Adult Education
  • Event Management
  • Volunteer program Co-ordination
  • Arts & African Dancing, Drumming Workshops Facilitation
  • IT support (SEO/Website Maintenance/Content Management)
  • Trustee Roles

There are lots of different reasons for volunteering with us:

  • Gaining work experience and gaining and improving employability skills
  • Contributing to the local community while keeping busy
  • Meeting new people in a great work environment
  • Improving mental health and feeling valued
  • Only for the rewarding feeling of helping the community

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So, What Should You Expect From Us?

We will look at the skills we, as an organization, currently require and match these up with your skill set. During your induction meeting, we shall agree on a list of things you will be responsible for, so you always know what you are meant to be doing. You’ll also be assigned a supervisor to guide you and provide ongoing training.

Get involved: https://ecovillage.org/get-involved/.

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My name is Mr.Momodou CEO & Co Founder of Barrow & Cousins Family Foundation Dankunku. The Gambia educational system  as 3 basic level ,Primary, Upper & Senior Secondary before going for any further research .I have successfully  completed the levels and I have so much social work experience and i love it so much ,I said to myself that this organisation is really suitable for my continent (more especially my home origin The Gambia .I also have lots of different experience concerning social networking (Development Workshops )

Which involved the following Mobile & Web Development studies .Re  Evaluation Counselling  Workshops,Threate & Dance Therapy laboratory work rooms and concerts.workshops Discussions about  women's in creativity since the modern movement.

I Attended one month volunteer work camps in Italy (Prali) .Attended conferences about immigration .

I love to help and share my experience and talents with people all over the globe throught volunteering and I got passions to it .

My name is Mr.Momodou CEO & Co Founder of Barrow & Cousins Family Foundation Dankunku. The Gambia educational system  as 3 basic level ,Primary, Upper & Senior Secondary before going for any further research .I have successfully  completed the levels and I have so much social work experience and i love it so much ,I said to myself that this organisation is really suitable for my continent (more especially my home origin The Gambia .I also have lots of different experience concerning social networking (Development Workshops )

Which involved the following Mobile & Web Development studies .Re  Evaluation Counselling  Workshops,Threate & Dance Therapy laboratory work rooms and concerts.workshops Discussions about  women's in creativity since the modern movement.

I Attended one month volunteer work camps in Italy (Prali) .Attended conferences about immigration .

I love to help and share my experience and talents with people all over the globe throught volunteering and I got passions to it .

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Women's Work Community The Barrow Foundation

The village lies on the South bank of the central River of the Gambia in the Niamina Dankunku. It has a population of about 3,500 people, ‘Mandinkas’ are the leading ethnic group. Dankunku is about 10 km from the main road from Soma-Basse and is reached via a small access road. Women's Work Community The Barrow Foundation Dankunku has a public elementary school next to a small clinic, agriculture, cattle breeding and forestry slightly. The village benefits from the project of rural water supply by the installation of standpipes at strategic locations in the community. Still, there are no water line connections to individual households. There are no electricity or telephone connection, this will, in most parts of the community, communication extremely difficult, or it is minimal. Barrow & Cousins Family Foundation People operate in the region, both livestock breeding and agriculture. The most crucial monoculture in the area is peanuts. The main food crops are rice, millet, and various vegetables. However, therefore they must rely heavily on support from other family members and/or relatives who live in other areas. Dankunku, beside the river, has a lot of wild horses, animals. These include monkeys, bush pigs, hyenas, and until a few years, tigers and leopards that occur; however, because of the high deforestation in the area no longer exist. Yet all this could be introduced in the area with the support of appropriate projects. My foundation would like to welcome members & visitors to our ecovillage village Project in Dankunku.Dankunku as a rich cultural/traditional heritage. Culture and tradition are usually seen in this community as an essential factor to promote unity, cooperation for mutual trust, understanding, and cohesion among the people. The annual cultural festival is held there will always be welcomed as 'Homecoming Festival' for people from Dankunku who currently reside far away. This provides an opportunity for the families, friends, relatives, and loved ones to reconnect. Recommended:  Drones Safeguarding Your Food: Future Farming Membership & Visitors Current members: 8 Open to new members Open to visitors We welcome guests, volunteer workers, exchange visitors & members in our Eco-village Project. We provide entertainment, Mandinka Dancing & drumming lesson & Camp Fire inside our ecovillage project every evening for our Guests,Visitors, volunteers, and members of the community, can offer people an opportunity to socialize with others from different social and cultural backgrounds. Volunteering Roles You can get involved in several ways to make positive changes in our community; some of the opportunities available include: Fundraising Planting trees Building Maintenance Teaching Children & Adult Education Event Management Volunteer program Co-ordination Arts & African Dancing, Drumming Workshops Facilitation IT support (SEO/Website Maintenance/Content Management) Trustee Roles There are lots of different reasons for volunteering with us: Gaining work experience and gaining and improving employability skills Contributing to the local community while keeping busy Meeting new people in a great work environment Improving mental health and feeling valued Only for the rewarding feeling of helping the community Recommended:  These Apps Will Help You Live More Sustainable So, What Should You Expect From Us? We will look at the skills we, as an organization, currently require and match these up with your skill set. During your induction meeting, we shall agree on a list of things you will be responsible for, so you always know what you are meant to be doing. You’ll also be assigned a supervisor to guide you and provide ongoing training. Get involved:  https://ecovillage.org/get-involved/ . Recommended:  Smart Communities: Eco-Living Through Technology Did you find this an interesting article, or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your article about inequality? Click on  'Register'  or push the button 'Write An Article' on the  'HomePage.'
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