The Beach in banjul<br />The Gambia is a poor country; despite having beautiful beaches, there is a lot of poverty in the surrounding area.<br />
AjiSukai Senior Secondary School<br />The next few slides are pictures from my school: an all girls agricultural high school <br />There are about 150 total students with class sizes averaging 20 to 25 <br />The school relies on revenue from its chickens, gardens and plant nursery for funding <br />There are currently no computers for student use, but I’m working on setting up a computer lab of old donated computers<br />
The Gambian Culture<br />I enjoy playing with local kids, going to the market, learning Wolof and practicing my drum<br />Transportation, internet and electricity are all unreliable here<br />The people are very friendly and welcoming<br />A loaf of bread costs 6 Dalasi (about 25 cents)<br />Goats and stray dogs wander the streets<br />It does not rain at all during the dry season<br />
The crocodile pond<br />Yes, that is a real crocodile! <br />
New Friends<br />Some local elementary school kids <br />love the kite I brought<br />
Gambian Wedding<br />Weddings are held in the street so everyone is welcome; we shared a communal bowl and ate with our fingers. <br />
I hope you enjoyed the pictures!<br />More to come soon… <br />
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