The Amadu Bansang Jobarteh School Of Music The Gambia's First International Music Institution

 

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Donations are vital to maintaining and developing what we can offer the children at the school. We use the money donated to put towards teacherís fees, provide local transport for children who live far from the school and would otherwise be unable to attend, daily food, teaching equipment, instruments and much more. We would like to be able to open a science lab for the students, and thus are seeking funding to support the costs of new equipment for this.

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We benefit hugely from donations of materials we can use for our school. These can include stationary, teaching materials, toys, books, furniture, clothes, musical equipment, electrical equipment. No donation is too small to make a difference. We ship regularly from the UK, so if you would like to support the school by offering a donation of any items to the school please let us know.

 
   
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