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En octobre dernier, iNeed (App's Saly à l'époque), ouvrait son application mobile en présentant uniquement Saly.
Aujourd'hui, iNeed s'ouvre sur Dakar avec un lancement officiel le 1er octobre 2017.
Tous les abonnements signés avant cette date bénéficieront d'une présence immédiate, mais les contrats ne commenceront qu'au 1er octobre 2017 pour finir au 1er octobre 2018.
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iNeed poursuivera son développement en s'ouvrant sur les autres villes du Sénégal (Saint-Louis, Thiès, Zighinchor...) immédiatement après, afin de couvrir rapidement la majorité du pays, et offrir un service toujours plus performant à ses utilisateurs, et une visibilité toujours plus grande pour les entreprises

Promoting sustainable tourism through sports, culture, education and community-focused activities. www.campafricagambia.org Camp Africa presents meaningful yet enjoyable activities to educate young people around the globe.

It brings students together in The Gambia to experience cultural diversity through sports and education, promote sustainable tourism and provide ongoing support to health, education and developmental projects in The Gambia and Africa.

Operating as usual

gofundme.com 19/04/2018

Click here to support Adam Bah with You-For You-For-KMC organized by KMC 2018 Action Team

gofundme.com KMC NEEDS A MATURE, HONEST AND EXPERIENCED HAND. **************************************** HONORABLE ADAMA BAH HAS THE KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE & INTEGRITY TO DELIVER. JOIN THE TEAM AND DONATE.

01/08/2017

Adama Bah for Mayor of KMC

Presenting Adama Bah for Mayor of KMC...

A New Municipality for a New Gambia

Presenting Adama Bah for Mayor of KMC

In order to meet the challenge and demand of our time and place the Kanifing Municipality in its rightful place – the commercial, financial and industrial hub of the Gambia, we a group of interested people within KMC, have come together to support the candidature of Adama Bah for the Mayorship of KMC.

In it with You, for You, and for KMC

KMC needs a new direction to meet the needs and challenges of our time. Adama Bah comes with a vast experience in management and the development of sustainable, people centered businesses that are needed today in KMC. As an expert in marketing the Gambia as a tourist destination, Adama has what is required to transform our municipality into a vibrant, clean and modern commercial center for the new Gambia. Adama Bah is the right person to lead KMC for a successful takeoff into the modern era and a future of an ultra-modern city.
Adama has worked in top management positions in the hospitality industry for about three decades before retiring as deputy general manager at the popular BB hotel. A graduate degree holder in tourism management, Adama specializes in responsible tourism. Over the years he took up the pioneering role of promoting responsible tourism in the Gambia and the sub-region and the world over.

Entrepreneurship, Business and Growth

Adama’s experience in the establishment and promotion of small businesses is a valuable asset in his tool kit that is needed to help boost the growth of businesses especially small business, in our municipality. In 2000, Adama helped establish ASSET, an organization that promotes and protects small scale business players in the tourism industry. The organization serves the interests of craft market vendors, tourist taxi drivers, tourist guides, juice vendors, fruit sellers and a host of other small scale participants in the hospitality industry in the Gambia. Earlier, in 1995, Adama championed the establishment of Gambia Tourism Concern (GTC), a body that advocates for sustainable tourism in the Gambia. A KMC majorship of Adama Bah, means a municipality booming in business and prosperity.

Internationally, Adama’s involvement in marketing Gambia as a tourist destination is second to none. He features regularly as a speaker promoting “Destination Gambia” at international travel fairs and conferences around the world to boost our country’s tourist visits. Adama is a fellow of a host of tourism promotion organizations around the world including the International Centre for Responsible Tourism, UK. He is regularly consulted and widely sought after on matters of tourism in the Gambia and the West Africa sub-region. The International Travel Foundation in the UK regularly engages his services.

Adama was instrumental in the establishment of the International Centre for Responsible Tourism (ICRT), and helped establish its West Africa branch. Through this organization, a number of Gambians and others from the sub-region are trained on responsible tourism management. So far, 18 Gambians, 2 Nigerians, 1 Ghanaian and 2 Kenyans, successfully completed graduate level studies in responsible tourism through the Leeds Metropolitan University’s distance learning program.

As an expert in tourism management, Adama was in 2016 part of a group of experts consulted by the government of Liberia to help develop a tourism trade strategy following the devastating effects of the Ebola pandemic in that country. In 2003, he was also a consultant for the government of Ghana in helping develop their tourism industry, and in 2014 the government of Lagos State in Nigeria, benefited from his expertise in the efficient management of the tourism sites in Badagry, Lagos. Since 2015, Adama have been consulted by the Senegalese government through its Agency for the Promotion of Tourism in Senegal, to help market Senegal as a tourist destination at the World Travel Market in London.

Leadership and Innovation
Through ASSET, Adama and together with partners organized the 1st West Africa Travel Market – MBOKA held in the Gambia in 2008. MBOKA brings together reputable hospitability destinations promoters and participants in the sub-region to share experiences possible business to business partnerships. Participants included Gambia Tourism Authority, Eco-Benin, ONITS-Senegal, Sierra Leone Tourist Board and Cameroon Ministry of Tourism and many others.

As part of his dedication to ensure responsible and sustainable tourism in the Gambia, Adama helped link a number of small scale producers to market their products in the hospitality industry. Through his work with the Travel Foundation- UK, Adama helped initiate a number of eco and community based tourist projects in the Gambia such as “Gambia is Good” farm yard to help local farmers sell their products in the hospitality industry. His efforts also helped people in tourists receiving communities like Jufureh, Janjanburay, Kartong, Tumanitenda, Ndemban and Siffoe develop their capacity to manage tourist attraction sites and market access for their products.

Humanitarianism and Advocacy
Adama is a leading advocate for the protection of the abuse of children in tourism. He did extensive research on child s*x abuse in tourism in the Gambia and regularly advocates for the protection of the rights of children in tourism at conferences and tourism fairs. Adama has served as a board member of the Child Protect Alliance (CPA) for many years.

Education
On the education front, Adama co-founded the Institute of Travel and Tourism of Gambia (ITTOG). The institute trains students from The Gambia and the sub-region, and through the Camp Africa initiative that Adama started, hundreds of international tourism students have visited the Gambia to study and interact with students at ITTOG. The institute was able to help 12 students from the Gambia access scholarships to study Travel and Tourism in Nottingham, UK. Adama sits on the board of the institute as its chairperson.

In 2004, Adama was awarded the “Greatest Contribution by a Person in Responsible Tourism” at the prestigious World Travel Market in London. The award was conferred on him by The Times of London, World Travel Market, Geographic Magazine and responsibletravel.com.

Adama has travelled widely in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America and has over the years accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience in politics, management and development work that is uniquely suitable and needed for a KMC in the New Gambia.

Adama was born and raised in Serekunda and Bundung where his extended still lives. He is married to Lisong Chapman-Bah and the couple live in Kololi with their family.

Join our campaign to help nominate Adama Bah, for PDOIS candidate for Mayor of KMC.

To learn more about Adama's professional life click his website: www.adamabah.info

11/07/2017

10 reasons why you should visit The Gambia in 2017

From golden beaches to sleepy fishing villages, here are 10 reasons why you should visit The Gambia in 2017...

From golden beaches to sleepy fishing villages, The Gambia has a lot to offer. The warm-hearted and smiley Gambian people, make it a destination that ought to be on your bucket list. What’s more, with direct flights from Gatwick operated by Small Planet, it’s never been more accessible. Here are 10…

ethicaltravelportal.com 02/02/2017

Going to Gambia Now is the best thing you will ever do! - Ethical Travel Portal

Going to Gambia Now is the best thing you will ever do!

ethicaltravelportal.com Gambia just made history. 22 years under one leader (Yaya Jammeh) and the citizens late last year voted for change. It took a little effort, but the transition of power has now happened peacefully with the help of dialogue with other West African Countries and without bloodshed. Gambia has a new Pre...

[04/26/16]   For the first time after many years we will not be having the Camp Africa event this year. We are restructuring the organisation to be able to look at wider participation especially from other African countries. We will keep everyone posted when we have new programmes for 2017. We are planning to do a 10 days event in January in various subject areas. Check out this page for more information!

[04/26/16]   For the first time after many years we will not be having the Camp Africa event this year. We are restructuring the organisation to look at wider participation especially from other African countries. We will keep everyone posted when we have new programmes for 2017. We are planning to do a 10 days event in January in various subject areas. Check out this page for more information!

gambia.co.uk 08/03/2016

Inspirational Women in The Gambia - The Gambia Blog

In recognition of the International Women's Day, we celebrate inspirational women of The Gambia... Here's an article by Kathryn Burrington on the Gambia Experience blog. Please also let us know about other inspirational women in The Gambia in the comments below.

gambia.co.uk Last November the BBC launched their 100 Women season, showcasing inspirational stories of women who defy stereotypes around the world. Amongst these women was Fatou Bensouda, a lawyer from The Continue Reading →

08/03/2016

Better Tourism Africa

WTM Africa 2016 is jampacked with responsible tourism sessions, featuring speakers who really know their stuff on wildlife in tourism, climate change resilience, the marketing value of sustainability, conscious cuisine, exciting tour itineraries that do good for people and planet, and much more. Look out for the WTM RT symbol on the WTM Africa events page.

16/09/2015

#AfricaAsOne Part 33: Gambia. A place that makes you smile.

Learn (or remind yourself) why The Gambia is called 'The Smiling Coast of Africa'...

This week the ball leads the AfricaAsOne team to Gambia. This country is known as the smiling coast of Africa and it’s easy to see why. Everyone we meet here...

virginmediabusiness.co.uk 17/06/2015

Vote for Aduna in Virgin Media Business #pitchtorich #VOOM

Known as The Tree of Life, the baobab is an icon of the African savannah; a symbol of life & positivity in a landscape where little thrives. Unbeknown to the world, it produces a nutrient-dense fruit with the potential to transform millions of lives. There's no such thing as a baobab plantation; every tree is community-owned and wild. 10m households can supply this fruit from a crop that is so abundant it goes mainly to waste. National Geographic estimated that if there were a global demand for baobab, this existing crop could be worth $1bn to rural Africa. The only problem is that 95% of people have never heard of it... #MakeBaobabFamous

virginmediabusiness.co.uk The inspiring possibility of baobab: creating a market for the African superfruit which could be worth a billion dollars to rural Africa.

responsibletravel.com 01/06/2015

The Responsible Tourism Awards

Camp Africa friends and partners at Tumani Tenda Eco-Tourism Camp and Sandele Eco-Retreat and Learning Centre longlisted for World Responsible Tourism Awards. #ResponsibleTourism #Gambia

responsibletravel.com A celebration of organisations that support local communities and the environment

vimeo.com 01/06/2015

The smiling coast of Africa

vimeo.com Gambia, the smiling coast of Africa Camera & Editing: Elias Brugs

allafrica.com 05/05/2015

Gambia: Camp Africa Presents Football Jerseys to Schools

'A healthy student is a productive student', says Camp Africa director George Gomez as Camp Africa in collaboration with UK-based charity Kit Aid present football jerseys to four schools and two vocational training institutes in The Gambia.

allafrica.com Camp Africa, a new and innovative project dedicated to fostering sustainable development activities and initiatives to enhance the educational capacity of youth and nurture their leadership qualities, last Thursday presented football jerseys to four schools and two vocational training institutes in…

campafricagambia.org 13/01/2015

Camp Africa 2015 Programme - Camp Africa

Celebrating it’s 5-year anniversary, we're looking forward to an interesting and fun-filled Camp Africa 2015 between 12 - 15 March...!!

campafricagambia.org Camp Africa is an innovative project dedicated to fostering sustainable development activities and responsible tourism. It does this by bringing local, regional and international youth together on an annual basis to encourage integration and cross-cultural dialogue. Students engage in a range of mul…

11/11/2014

WTM Responsible Tourism 2014 - Adama Bah, Founder, Institute of Travel& Tourism, Gambia

Adama talks about increasing the local economic impact of tourism at World Travel Market in London.

wtmlondon.com 21/10/2014

WTM London 2014 - How big is the Problem of EBOLA in Africa for Tourism?

Whilst there have been no confirmed cases of Ebola in The Gambia, the spread of Ebola in West Africa has resulted in large scale holiday and travel arrangement cancellations in The Gambia and West Africa as a whole, and it has had serious impacts as far away as South Africa.

On Wednesday 5 November at the World Travel Market in London, Adama will be the moderator of a panel addressing some of the issues related to Ebola in Africa for Tourism.

wtmlondon.com How big is the Problem of EBOLA in Africa for Tourism?, West Africa Tourism, in collaboration with African tourism stakeholders, the International Centre a

wtmlondon.com 01/10/2014

WTM London 2014 - Increasing the Local Economic Impact of Tourism

Tourism has established itself as one of the world’s leading economic sectors, a powerhouse for economic development. However, local communities often feel excluded when the employment opportunities do not materialise and little is sourced locally.

At the World Travel Market in London on Tuesday 4 November, Adama will be joining Professor Harald Goodwin in the expert panel, sharing his experiences from The Gambia and look at four cases where specific interventions ensured that there were jobs for locals or opportunities were created for local producers of goods and services to sell to tourists and tourism businesses.

wtmlondon.com Increasing the Local Economic Impact of Tourism , Tourism has established itself as one of the world’s leading economic sectors, a powerhouse for the

campafricagambia.org 22/09/2014

George Gomez honoured as Honorary President of Scholar Athletes for Change - Camp Africa

Camp Africa director George Gomez honoured as Honorary President of Scholar Athletes for Change (SAC) in The Gambia.

campafricagambia.org Dr George Gomez , one of the directors at Camp Africa, was recently awarded the Honorary President of Scholar Athletes for Change (SAC). The award was unanimously agreed by the board

ngrguardiannews.com 07/07/2014

COAST Project: Preserving Badagry As Flagship Tourism Destination

Drawing from his Gambian experience, Adama encourages active collaboration between the formal and informal tourism sectors as a necessary condition for the sustainable development of Badagry.

ngrguardiannews.com Guardian News Website for Breaking News and In depth News Analysis of Issues From Nigeria and Africa

01/04/2014

Beautiful day in London with a few good meetings and look forward to promoting Responsible Tourism in The Gambia at #RTD8 in Manchester tomorrow.

campafricagambia.org 24/03/2014

Good-bye Baboucarr Etu Ndow - Camp Africa

Selfless people do not die, they live in our hearts.

campafricagambia.org It was 30 January 2014 that Camp Africa arranged for groups of students to do hands-on workshops in screen painting, storytelling and drumming and dancing Read More »

24/03/2014

Camp Africa 2014

campafricagambia.org 20/03/2014

In preparation to RTD8 in Manchester 3 - 5 April 2014 - Camp Africa

In preparation to the forthcoming International conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations (RTD8) in Manchester, Adama has been in the UK and shares some of his thoughts about local economic development, the evolution of responsible tourism in The Gambia and fundraising for the new ITTOG building....

campafricagambia.org The 8th International conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations (RTD8) is coming to England for the first time in 2014. I had the occasion to be Read More »

18/02/2014

RTD8

Taking Responsibility, Achieving Change.

The 8th International conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations (RTD8) is coming to England for the first time in 2014. Adama Bah will do a keynote speech on 'how tourism benefits the economically poor in The Gambia' on Friday 4 April and there will be many interesting presentations, discussions and networking opportunities.

Fundraising for the new ITTOG building will also be on the agenda, so please visit http://www.crtmmu.org/rtd8/ for more updates and information.

crtmmu.org Prices now available book here shortly The 8th International conference on Responsible Tourism in Destinations is coming to England for the first time in 2014! Responsible Tourism is about using tourism, in the words of the Cape Town Declaration, to "create better places for people to live in and f...

Camp Africa 2014 04/02/2014

A selection of photos from Camp Africa 2014.

A selection of photos from Camp Africa 2014.

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