Deputy Ambassador Sheikh Omar Faye

Omar Faye

Welcome to the Gambia Embassy in Washington D.C, USA. My name is Sheikh Omar Faye I am the current Chargé d'Affaires at The Embassy. My recent roles working for The Government of The Republic of The Gambia included Deputy Head of Mission in Mauritania between October 2007 to February 2014 and Minister in charge of Youths, Sports and Religious Affairs between June 2006 to September 2007.Read more about me...

 
The acting chief of the US diplomatic mission in The Gambia has applauded the government of The Gambia for its commitment to education and the progress it has made on girls education...
 
Charge'd'Affaires Richard Yoneoka made this comment on Friday at the US ambassador's residence in Fajara while presiding over the swearing-in of 19 US Peace Corps education volunteers at the start of their two-year service in the country.
 
He said: “Let me start by congratulating The Gambia on

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Yassin Faal contestant for Miss Africa USA representing The Gambia

My name is Yassin Faal, I am a (21) year old young lady from  The Gambia. A former student of West African International (WAIS) a feminist,child right advocate for over a decade and a change maker. 

My journey towards changing lives of children started since I was a kid. I used to present the "kids corner on GRTS with Fatou Sanneh Ceesay", I have been a member of "voice of the young". I represented The Gambia in both local and international forums examples are "The 54th session on

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Destination Gambia safe for visitors

In spite of the fact that the Ebola outbreak is causing uproar not just in African countries, but also throughout the world; The Gambia remains one among those Ebola-free countries in the region, as rigorous campaigns and sensitisation of people on the deadly disease that is beginning to have a negative impact on Africa’s tourism industry is in high gear across the country.

On record, since the outbreak of this disease in Guinea Conakry, Sierra Leone and Liberia later exported it to Nigeria,

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