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          Re: West Africa      Cache   Translate Page      
Gambia

I just came from Gambia. I must say I have never had such respect for gay people until I saw a couple of gay Gambians at Romano in Bakau. These guys are openly gay and effeminate and couldn't care who knows inspite of the local anti gay laws and the stupid president's gay death threats. Romano plays host to a live band every Sunday night which goes on til 3.30 am Monday morning. Although the weekly event is not necessarily a gay event/venue, this event does attract some gay Gambians. These guys are good "mbalax" dancers. It is customary to give them a few Dalasis (the local currency) if you appreciate their artistry. You don't have to though. You can simply watch then walk up to them to congratulate them thereby striking a conversation. Ensure any express of interest is done discreetly when they are alone or away from their female friends. Interestingly, some of these guys were arrested few years ago but it still has not stopped them expressing themselves. Some of them are well known homosexuals.
          How safe are gay tourists in the Gambia?      Cache   Translate Page      
I am planning on visiting the Gambia next year.
But: how safe are you as a single white gay male travelling alone?

I am not extremely feminine, but you can see I am gay.
I want to visit the Gambia for the sun and the nice beaches, having dinner in the evening and a few drinks in a bar.
Will be staying at a middle class hotel (2 or 3 stars) in the coastal region.
Will be taking occasional trips but not looking for sex since I have been warned how dangerous that is.

Just for taking a trip like I described above and refusing offers of sex (just because I do not go on vacaction for sex) how dangerous can that be for me?
          Re: Visiting the Gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Hello !
Yes, I'll be interested in meeting nice/honest local boys.
If you know anyone, I'll be happy to receive your help and experience.
many thanks
          Re: GAMBIA IN THE LIFE      Cache   Translate Page      
Whished i could tell something different.
Have been in The Gambia more then 10 times, and still come there.
All the times i have been there, i never met a real gay. Some boys do act as if they are gay,
but they do so to get something from you, money, a ticket to Europe, education or what else.
As a moslim country with a president that has said that all gays should be killed, you should not expect
sympathy overthere. Ofcourse, like everywhere in the world, there are people who use there brains
and untherstand that gays are also human, and need respect!
But don't tell that The Gambia is a paradise for gays
Absolutly not!!!!!!!!!
          Re: Some recent information from The Gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Is that you on the picture?
Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww
I think i love you!!!!!!!
          Re: Gambians against Government`s anti-gay stance      Cache   Translate Page      
In that case keep your gay sex tourism visits to African countries where gayness is either legal or tolerated... South Africa, Burkina Faso and Togo are the only countries I know where gayness is either legal or tolerated... Please let us know of others
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Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
          Re: Sex tourism in Gambia...      Cache   Translate Page      
From www gvnet.com I transfer the fllowing passage.

Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
          Where to find gay men in Banjul,Gambia?      Cache   Translate Page      
I am going for a holiday to Banjul and it would be nice to meet some gay men first of all as friends, absolutely no prostitutes=no money, exchange ideas and have fun. I speak good english, spanish and some french. Let me know soon. Take care you all.
          look to travel to gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
does any one know anywhere in gambia i could have some fun and not get into trouble with the police. email me at cleosclothe@yahoo.co.uk
          Gambia/Senegal:Madi Fatty Joins Senegal Premier League Side Teungueth FC      Cache   Translate Page      
[The Point] Gambian striker Madi Fatty has joined Senegal's first division side Teungueth FC after spending the second half of last season at Casa Sports where he scored nine goals.
          Gambia:Gambian Wrestler 'Rambo' Takes Lessons From Senegalese Star Siteu      Cache   Translate Page      
[Foroyaa] Gambia wrestling sensation and Bakau-based Rambo is taking tutorial with Senegal's Siteu ahead of his clash with Ndongo Lo.
          Business Publications Gambia Country Study Guide (Paperback)      Cache   Translate Page      

Business Publications Gambia Country Study Guide (Paperback)

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          Gambiarras Para Fazer Videos Cinematicos Suaves Faça videos como um...      Cache   Translate Page      
Gambiarras Para Fazer Videos Cinematicos Suaves Faça videos como um profissional utilizando o que você tem em casa.

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          Democratic breakthroughs in Africa: time to celebrate but worries still linger      Cache   Translate Page      

With International Day of Democracy on 15th September, Nic Cheeseman takes stock of key trends and developments across sub-Saharan Africa. ***** Nic Cheeseman, University of Birmingham There is much to celebrate as the world marks International Day of Democracy. The last year has seen important democratic breakthroughs in Africa. In Gambia an entrenched autocrat was […]

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          Protezione negata al gambiano che ha pestato i due poliziotti      Cache   Translate Page      
È il primo effetto del decreto Sicurezza voluto da Matteo Salvini. A Omar Jallow, il gambiano che sabato scorso ha aggredito dei poliziotti al Cara di Foggia, è stata negata la protezione dalla commissione territoriale. Il richiedente asilo aveva, infatti, ottenuto la protezione umanitaria grazie a un ricorso alla magistratura. Il suo status doveva essere riesaminato dalla commissione territoriale di Foggia (per ottenere l'eventuale rinnovo) ma l'aggressione ai poliziotti ha accelerato la procedura. "Fuori dall'Italia questi delinquenti finti profughi - ha commentato con soddisfazione il ministro dell'Interno - dalle parole ai fatti".Sabato pomeriggio, durante un'operazione contro il caporalato e l'immigrazione clandestina nelle campagne di "Borgo Mezzanone", vicino Foggia, gli agenti di una pattuglia della stradale del Distaccamento di Cerignola, dopo aver fermato Omar Jallow che aveva cercato di investirli con un'auto lanciata a tutta velocità, sono stati accerchiati da altri immigrati che hanno iniziato ad aggredirli con calci e pugni. I particolari sono a dir poco inquietanti. I poliziotti hanno, infatti, provato a ordinare l'alt all'auto guidata del gambiano che procedeva a forte velocità. Dopo aver tentato di investirli, l'immigrato ha cercato di fuggire obbligando la pattuglia a fiondarsi in un inseguimento folle sulle strade interpoderali. La corsa dell'africano è, poi, terminata non lontano da un insediamento abusivo, popolato da altri immigrati, non lontano al Centro di accoglienza per richiedenti asilo a Borgo Mezzanone.Scesi dall'auto i due agenti, dopo aver inseguito a piedi Omar Jallow, sono stati assaliti dagli immigrati dell'accampamento abusivo. Solo grazie all'arrivo di altre pattuglie del distaccamento di Cerignola, della Sezione di Foggia e dei Reparti Prevenzione Crimine ha fatto disperdere gli aggressori che hanno, infine, desistito dall'aiutare Omar Jallow. Quest'ultimo, che ha vari precedenti penali, è stato arrestato e, per effetto del decreto Salvini, è finito direttamente davanti alla commissione territoriale di Foggia che gli ha negato la protezione umanitaria ottenuta grazie a un ricorso alla magistratura. "Via i finti profughi dall'Italia", esulta ora il leader della Lega promettendo un giro di vite per tutti quegli immigrati che delinquono. Grazie al decreto Sicurezza, da poco approvato dal governo gialloverde, tutti quesi criminali perderanno qualsiasi permesso in loro permesso e verranno espulsi dal nostro Paese.
          World's Most Powerful Passport Revealed As Countries' Global Rankings Shift      Cache   Translate Page      
Japan passport holders will find it easier than ever to travel the world, as their travel documents have just moved up in the global Henley Passport Index to take the top spot.

The Henley Passport Index is a ranking of all of the passports in the world based on the number of countries their holders can travel to visa-free.

Until now Japan had been sharing joint first place with Singapore, which gained visa-free access to Uzbekistan earlier this year bringing its total to 189 countries.

However, earlier this month Japan gained visa-free access to Myanmar bringing its total to 190 - once again taking it to the top spot.


It's still a milestone for both Japan and Singapore, as 2018 is the first year in the index's 13-year history that either of them has had the most powerful passport in the world.
Both are way ahead of the UK and US which share fifth place with Portugal, the Netherlands, Austria and Luxembourg - but it's worth noting that the top four spots are shared by 10 countries.

Experts had previously revealed that the UK ranking is unlikely to increase until there is certainty regarding Brexit.
Full Henley Passport Index 2018

    Japan (190 countries)
    Singapore (189 countries)
    Germany, France, South Korea (188 countries)
    Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Spain (187 countries)
    Norway, UK, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, USA (186 countries)
    Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland, Canada (185 countries)
    Australia, Greece, Malta (183 countries)
    New Zealand, Czech Republic (182 countries)
    Iceland (181 countries)
    Hungary, Slovenia, Malyasia (180 countries)
    Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania (179 countries)
    Liechtenstein, Estonia (178 countries)
    Poland (175 countries)
    Monaco, Chile (174 countries)
    Cyprus (173 countries)
    Brazil (171 countries)
    Argentina, Hong Kong (170 countries)
    Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania (169 countries)
    Andorra, San Marino (168 countries)
    Brunei (165 countries)
    Israel, Barbados, UAE (161 countries)
    Mexico (158 countries)
    Bahamas (155 countries)
    Uruguay (154 countries)
    Seychelles (152 countries)
    St Kitts & Nevis (151 countries)
    Antigua (150 countries)
    Costa Rica (149 countries)
    Vatican City, Taiwan (148 countries)
    Trinidad and Tobago (147 countries)
    Mauritius, St Lucia (146 countries)
    St Vincent and the Grenadines (145 countries)
    Macao, Grenada (144 countries)
    Paraguay (143 countries)
    Panama (141 countries)
    Venezulea, Honduras (138 countries)
    Dominica, Guatemala, El Savador (137 countries)
    Peru (135 countries)
    Serbia, Solomon Islands (130 countries)
    Samoa, Vanuatu (129 countries)
    Nicaragua, Ukraine (128 countries)
    Colombia, Tuvalu (127 countries)
    Macedonia (125 countries)
    Marshall Islands, Tonga (124 countries)
    Kiribati, Montenegro (123 countries)
    Micronesia, Moldova (122 countries)
    Russia, Palau Islands (119 countries)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (118 countries)
    Albania (114 countries)
    Georgia (112 countries)
    Turkey (111 countries)
    South Africa (102 countries)
    Belize (101 countries)
    Timor-Leste (98 countries)
    Ecuador, Kuwait (93 countries)
    Fiji (90 countries)
    Guyana (88 countries)
    Maldives (87 countries)
    Nauru (86 countries)
    Qatar (85 countries)
    Jamaica (84 countries)
    Papua New Guinea (83 countries)
    Botswana (82 countries)
    Bahrain (81 countries)
    Suriname (80 countries)
    Bolivia (79 countries)
    Oman (78 countries)
    Belarus, Thailand (77 countries)
    Namibia, Kazakhstan (76 countries)
    Saudi Arabia (75 countries)
    Lesotho, China (74 countries)
    Indonesia (73 countries)
    Swaziland, Kenya, Malawi (71 countries)
    Gambia, Tanzania, Zambia (68 countries)
    Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Dominican Republic (66 countries)
    Cape Verde, Cuba (65 countries)
    Uganda, Zimbabwe (64 countries)
    Ghana, Kyrgyzstan (63 countries)
    Sierra Leone (62 countries)
    Armenia, Benin, Morocco, Mongolia (61 countries)
    India (60 countries)
    Uzbekistan (59 countries)
    Sao Tome, Mauritania, Mozambique, Tajikistan (58 countries)
    Burkina Faso (57 countries)
    Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea (56 countries)
    Mali, Gabon, Bhutan (55 countries)
    Togo, Niger, Cambodia, Rwanda (54 countries)
    Chad, Madagascar, Guinea-Bissau, Turkmenistan (53 countries)
    Comores Islands, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Laos (52 countries)
    Vietnam (51 countries)
    Algeria, Jordan (50 countries)
    Central African Republic, Angola, Egypt (49 countries)
    Cameroon, Myanmar (48 countries)
    Liberia, Nigeria, Congo (Republic) (47 countries)
    Burundi (46 countries)
    Djibouti (45 countries)
    Kosovo (44 countries)
    Congo (Democratic Republic), Iran (43 countries)
    Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, North Korea (42 countries)
    South Sudan, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Libya (41 countries)
    Nepal (40 countries)
    Sudan, Eritrea, Palestinian Territory (39 countries)
    Yemen (37 countries)
    Pakistan (33 countries)
    Somalia, Syria (32 countries)
    Iraq, Afghanistan (30 countries)



          Foggia, aggredì agenti nel Cara: gambiano rischia l'espulsione/ Scattano gli effetti del Decreto Salvini      Cache   Translate Page      
Foggia, aggredì agenti nel Cara: gambiano rischia l'espulsione. Ultime notizie Cerignola, scattano gli effetti del Decreto Salvini: ecco cos'è successo

(Pubblicato il Wed, 10 Oct 2018 10:07:00 GMT)

          Manifiesto XXXII Marcha a Rota: "hemos vuelto a las puertas de esta base militar de Rota para reclamar el derecho de las andaluzas y los andaluces a vivir en paz"      Cache   Translate Page      

La XXXII Marcha a Rota se desarrolló el día de ayer, domingo 7 de octubre, y contó con la participación de más de 200 personas que volvieron a gritar ‘OTAN no, bases fuera’.

La manifestación salía a mediodía del parque Calderón en El Puerto, y se ha centrado en denunciar que la presencia de las bases en territorio andaluz “nos convierten en cómplices de guerras que se alargan en el tiempo por los intereses del negocio de las armas de las grandes potencias”. No ha faltado la denuncia del contrato de las corbetas para Arabia, que se construirán en la Bahía, y la exigencia de un nuevo modelo de desarrollo económico en la provincia no dependiente de la industria militar.

MANIFIESTO MARCHA A ROTA 7 DE OCTUBRE 2018

Aquí estamos un año más. Llegamos de nuevo a las puertas de esta fábrica de guerra llamada Base Naval de Rota a traer nuestras pancartas, nuestros deseos y nuestra apuesta de que Andalucía sea de una vez por todas, tierra de paz y de acogida. Venimos a levantar estas alambradas y a derribar estos muros del horror; venimos a proponer un futuro donde toda la inversión económica y humana que sostiene este monumento a la muerte se ponga al servicio del desarrollo y de la paz.

Ha sido un año duro en el que las guerras como la de Siria, Yemen, Sudán del Sur y República Centroafricana, han causado miles de víctimas, y la huida de sus hogares de millones de familias. Las grandes potencias económicas con su ambición, y los grandes beneficios del negocio de las armas generan un desesperado y masivo movimiento de población que huye de los conflictos y cruza el Mediterráneo buscando refugio. Europa, que conoció movimientos migratorios semejantes cuando su propia población huía asustada de la maquinaria de guerra nazi, o España, que conoció fenómenos de semejante magnitud tras el alzamiento fascista de 1936, responden a este llamado de auxilio con políticas abiertamente xenófobas o con acuerdos y protocolos supuestamente humanitarios que nunca llegan a plasmarse. El resultado son muertes en el mar, devoluciones o confinamientos que conculcan los derechos humanos, muros más altos, alambradas más sólidas y fronteras más tupidas y militarizadas.

Desde el África subsahariana, generaciones y generaciones de hombres y mujeres jóvenes, el capital humano que debía desarrollar la sociedad en países como Gambia, Senegal, Mali, etc.., cruza el continente alentados por la imperiosa necesidad de construir un futuro para los suyos tras la esquilmación sistemática que las grandes multinacionales están haciendo con sus países y sus riquezas nacionales.

En definitiva, Europa, socia interesada en la ocultación y la sangría de todo un continente, se beneficia en sus conflictos y empobrecimiento pero niega el derecho de asilo a las poblaciones afectadas por el conflicto. Los voceros europeos - políticos, sociólogos, periodistas,…- dibujan, anuncian “invasiones” y dan alimento al surgimiento de un nuevo fascismo populista y xenófobo cuyas ideas anidan en los gobiernos del viejo continente.

Ha sido también un año duro para la dignidad de Andalucía. La dignidad perseguida y pisoteada. Un año en que se nos quiere obligar a elegir entre el hambre, el paro o la complicidad con el crimen. Se nos quiere convencer de que la única posibilidad para nuestra industria naval es ser, como esta base de Rota, una pieza más de la estrategia terrorista de los más poderosos, alinearse de lado de las monarquías autocráticas que masacran países como Yemen, construir sus barcos de guerra igual que otros obreros de otras partes del Estado construyen sus bombas. Un negocio suculento y criminal que beneficia a un puñado de familias herederas de monarquías medievales con el apoyo y amistad de la monarquía española.

¿Dónde quedó la dignidad de aquel movimiento obrero que en Septiembre del 77 se manifestaba en Cádiz para negarse a reparar el buque Escuela Esmeralda, centro de tortura de la dictadura de Pinochet? ¿Qué queda en nosotras y nosotros del ejemplo de aquellos obreros alemanes y portugueses que boicoteaban la fabricación de las armas que los fascistas les compraban para masacrar a quienes defendían la República? Hay que reivindicar la dignidad rebelde de la reciente “asamblea de los tornos” que convocó la huelga general del Metal gaditano en defensa de cargas de trabajo sostenible y contra la precariedad laboral. La industria de la guerra es también oscura contra sus propios trabajadores y trabajadoras, deteriorando las condiciones de trabajo hasta hacerlas peligrosas para sus vidas.

Nos quieren hacer creer que sólo hay un camino para la prosperidad en nuestra tierra y que este pasa por fabricar concertinas, alambradas, patrulleras, aviones, fusiles, bombas... Y se hostiga, a veces desde posiciones supuestamente de izquierdas, a las voces discordantes con el discurso del posibilismo. Voces valientes desde el movimiento sindical más alternativo, colectivos sociales, ecologistas o antirracistas, voces como la nuestra que creen que otro futuro es posible para la industria naval y para el resto la industria de la Bahía ligándola a sectores como las energías limpias y alternativas, la “deconstrucción naval” reconvirtiendo buques obsoletos en transportes sostenibles… En ese sentido, la Plataforma que organiza esta marcha se ha dirigido a la presidenta de la Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, para instarle a que no nos mienta, y deje de obligar a nuestra gente a elegir entre el paro o el crimen, entre el hambre o las bombas, para que oiga las propuestas avanzadas que exigen empleo para la Bahía pero un empleo digno y sostenible que no condene a Andalucía a ser señalada como verdugo de otros pueblos.

Esta base militar, cerca de la cual se ahogaron hace ahora quince años más de treinta y cinco personas sin que se percatara ninguno de sus radares, ni se moviera ni uno solo de sus barcos, sin que ninguno de sus focos iluminara el cementerio en que se convirtió esa noche la mar, esta base no es neutral. “Esos de ahí enfrente, matan a la gente”, gritábamos hace años cuando desde otras ediciones de estas marchas, veíamos salir los aviones hacia Irak, hacia Libia… Hoy siguen saliendo y matando en Siria, por ejemplo. Siguen saliendo en misiones de apoyo a gobiernos como el de Israel que bloquea y condena a morir de hambre al rebelde pueblo palestino en Gaza. Ni uno solo de los esfuerzos de esta base está dirigido, por ejemplo, a evitar las muertes en el Mediterráneo. Ni uno solo de sus barcos patrulla esta bahía para librar de la muerte a tanta mujer, tanto hombre, tanta criatura como se la juega en sus aguas. Eso queda para el esfuerzo valiente de algunas ONGs que son sistemáticamente obstaculizadas y perseguidas por su generosa labor.

Una base que no solo no cuida de la población sino que con su propia existencia pone en peligro la seguridad de las poblaciones de la provincia al situarnos en el ojo del huracán. El pasado junio cayó el mayor dron espía de EEUU en Rota y no informaron de ello. ¿Cómo podrá protegernos de mayores ataques quien no puede ni siquiera controlar la caída de sus propios drones? Es de risa si no causara tanto horror

¿Qué hubiera pasado si en vez de un dron hubiera sido un proyectil de otro calibre más mortífero? Sabemos de las continuas escalas de submarinos nucleares en sus muelles como el que llegó hace pocas fechas.

¿Quién controla el motivo de esa escalas y el riesgo para la población que suponen?

Y todo a cambio de un empleo cada vez más precarizado, con una plantilla cada vez más reducida que tiene que pelear constantemente porque el capital americano no entiende de derechos de las personas que trabajan para él.

Construir una sociedad para la paz no es sólo negarse a manufacturar y vender bombas y armas, no solo atañe a las trabajadoras y los trabajadores de la industria naval; también es cómplice quien en las escuelas asiente con los nuevos planes de educación militar y para la guerra, quién no se moviliza contra la xenofobia y la esquilmación terrorista que el Norte hace del sur, quien financia de manera sumisa con sus impuestos las políticas armamentísticas o quién con su voto concede mayorías a los partidos que apoyan el orden hegemónico de las potencias mundiales.

Por eso hemos vuelto hoy a las puertas de esta base militar de Rota para reclamar el derecho de las andaluzas y los andaluces a vivir en paz, a construir una Andalucía que sea tierra de acogida de las personas que hoy necesitan de nuestra solidaridad, una Andalucía sin alambradas, sin racismo y sin bases militares; una Andalucía con empleo de calidad, con una industria que construya futuro y una clase trabajadora que no se vea forzada a mitigar su justa hambre de pan, techo y dignidad a base de masacrar a otros pueblos hermanos.

¡Andalucía, tierra de paz y acogida! OTAN NO, Bases fuera.


          Gambia/Togo:Focusing On Adebayor Alone Will Be Gambia's Biggest Mistake      Cache   Translate Page      
[Foroyaa] It's three days until Gambia flies out to Lome for the first of a double-legged fixture against Togo's Sparrow Hawks.
          ŰRKUTATÁS POSTATISZTA BLOKK: Gambia 2008 70 - Jelenlegi ára: 58 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Gambia:The Problem in the Gambia Is About Nationhood and Statehood      Cache   Translate Page      
[Foroyaa] The problem in the Gambia can be narrowed down to the type of state and nation that was built by the British invaders, in the name of exploitation and enlightenment. The British built a state that would fail, once it may decide to secede from commonwealth rule of colonial panicles. They built a state that would fail to recognise its own potentials. A state that would always lack self-esteem and cannot realise it's capabilities. A state that would always continue to succumb to the West and would never belie
          Somalia: Pushing Boundaries: IOM Works on Innovative Solutions for Effective Border Management in East and West Africa      Cache   Translate Page      
Source: International Organization for Migration
Country: Gambia, Somalia

With a new border management system now in place in Somalia, Stephen Matete is looking forward to his next posting. Since 2011, the 34-year-old Kenyan has been a National Officer with IOM’s Immigration and Border Management programme. Among the areas of focus for the programme are border management information systems, which ideally balance efficiency in traveler movements, and security.

For its borders, Somalia chose a solution developed by IOM, the UN Migration Agency, placing Matete and the rest of the IOM team at the forefront of the implementation. Commonly known as MIDAS, the Migration Data Analysis System is a high-quality, user-friendly and fully customizable option for states in need of a cost-effective and comprehensive border management information system.

“The priority is strengthening state functions in relation to border management. We work with governments,” said Matete who will soon be working from the Gambia at the IOM Office in Banjul.

MIDAS was developed by IOM in 2009 and has the capability to collect, process, store and analyse traveller information in real time across an entire border network. The system enables states to monitor those entering and exiting their borders while providing a statistical basis for migration policy-related planning.

“This system does passport reading, it takes the photo of a traveller who’s coming in, it also takes the finger prints…It’s integrated in nature,” said Matete. “This is what all this captures and then runs it over a database to check if you have the right of entry or not. If somebody is an impostor it can always flag all that at the port of entry.”

For governments, apart from cost considerations (given IOM’s status as a non-profit United Nations organization) another advantage is that IOM ensures their full and exclusive access of any data collected through the system. This is in addition to IOM providing expert guidance throughout the installation process, including training and post-project support.

Somalia’s association with MIDAS began in about 2007, and now is operational at 16 ports of entry, with over 150 work stations in both Somalia and Somaliland. Among those supporting MIDAS’ introduction in Somalia has been the European Union and Germany through the Better Migration Management (BMM) programme.

BMM is funded by the EU Trust Fund for Africa and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, and is coordinated through the German Corporation for International Cooperation GmbH (GIZ). It aims to improve migration management in order to reduce the trafficking and smuggling of migrants, within and from East and the Horn of Africa.

BMM also supported Somalia’s newly-renovated Garowe International Airport, located in the capital of Puntland state, to increase its capabilities in data management, the reception of passengers and in queue management. The airport re-opened in January, having been closed in 2013.


          Protezione umanitaria negata al migrante che ha aggredito i poliziotti al Cara: primo effetto del decreto Salvini      Cache   Translate Page      

Foggia, la commissione territoriale si è riunita all'indomani dell'aggressione ai due agenti, accerchiati da 50 migranti dopo che il 26enne gambiano era...


          10/9/2018: News: Jailed, manager who stole £220k from school to buy fleet of taxis in Gambia      Cache   Translate Page      

A SCHOOL business manager has been jailed after draining her employer’s accounts of more than £220,000 to set up a taxi company in The Gambia with her boyfriend. Kirsty Holmes, 45, and her partner Sunday Kalu, 47, siphoned off taxpayers’ money from...
          Alternatives to an Anti-corruption Commission      Cache   Translate Page      

By Saul Saidykhan To curtail corruption in The Gambia, we must first query why the menace is so pervasive. The answer is multiple: Opportunities to steal from the public till (or corruption) are rampant. We’ve lost our national Moral Compass. Gambians steal public property without any scruples. Worse, Gambian society generally celebrates wealth without caring [...]

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          Protezione negata al gambiano che ha pestato i due poliziotti. Grazie al DL Salvini sarà espulso      Cache   Translate Page      
Sabato la fuga in auto e la violenta rissa al centro di accoglienza. Grazie al decreto Salvini ha subito perso accordatagli dalla magistratura. Ora sarà espulso È il primo effetto del decreto Sicurezza voluto da Matteo Salvini. A Omar Jallow,...
          Fifty Against Two: Italian Migrants 'Punch, Kick, Ram' Policemen      Cache   Translate Page      
Two Italian policemen detained a Gambian citizen, which led to them being encircled by a whole group of immigrants seeking to free him.
          Selain Titanic, Ini 5 Insiden Kecelakaan Kapal Paling Mematikan dalam Sejarah      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Jakarta - Selama ini, kita hanya menganggap bahwa kecelakaan kapal Titanic adalah insiden yang paling mematikan di lautan. Namun ternyata peristiwa itu bukanlah satu-satunya yang paling tragis.

Tragedi Titanic memang lekat dalam ingatan. Jelas saja, hal ini terjadi lantaran kisah tersebut telah difilmkan dan diperankan oleh aktor terkenal seperti Leonardo Dicaprio dan Kate Winslet.

Ternyata ada sejumlah kisah lain yang juga pernah tercatat dalam sejarah. Ribuan korban tewas sia-sia akibat kecelakaan kapal yang tak kalah mematikan dari Titanic.

Seperti dikutip dari laman Wonderslist, Rabu (10/10/2018), berikut 5 insiden kecelakaan kapal paling mematikan selain Titanic:

 

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1. Doña Paz

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Pada 20 Desember 1987, dunia menyaksikan bencana maritim paling mematikan. Kala itu kapal feri milik Filipina bernama Doña Paz bertabrakan dengan tanker minyak MT Vector.

Kedua kapal terbakar dan akhirnya tenggelam di perairan. Kejadian ini menewaskan 4.386 orang. Hanya 24 orang selamat yang tercatat dalam insiden tersebut.

Dari 13 awak MT Vector, hanya 2 orang yang selamat. Banyak yang mengklaim bahwa Doña Paz secara ilegal membawa lebih dari 4.000 penumpang, ketika kapal hanya dapat diisi 1.518 penumpang.

Majalah Time menyebut tenggelamnya Doña Paz bencana maritim paling mematikan di abad ke-20.

2. Kiangya

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Kapal uap penumpang milik China bernama Kiangya tenggelam di muara Sungai Huangpu, 50 mil (80 km) selatan Shanghai pada 4 Desember 1948.

Insiden tersebut menyebabkan kematian 2.750 hingga 3.920 orang. Hanya ada 700 sampai 1.000 orang yang selamat, yang kemudian dievakuasi oleh kapal lain.

Alasan tenggelamnya adalah ledakan yang terjadi ketika kapal itu menabrak ranjau yang ditinggalkan oleh Angkatan Laut Kekaisaran Jepang dalam Perang Dunia II.

3. Mont-Blanc

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Pada 6 Desember 1917, kapal kargo Mont-Blanc hendak melewati Pelabuhan Halifax di Nova Scotia, Kanada. Kapal itu merupakan kargo yang dipenuhi oleh bahan peledak yang sangat mudah menguap.

Saat dalam perjalanan, kapal itu malah bertabrakan dengan kapal Norwegia, SS Imo.

Insiden itu kemudian dikenal sebagai Ledakan Halifax. Sedikitnya 2.000 orang dilaporkan meninggal dunia.

Mont-Blanc memiliki 40 orang awak kapal. Lebih dari 9.000 orang terluka karena pecahan kaca.

4. Le Joola

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Salah satu bencana maritim terbesar juga pernah terjadi pada 26 September 2002. Kala itu, kapal feri milik pemerintah Senegal bernama Le Joola terbalik di lepas pantai Gambia.

Kapal itu membawa lebih banyak dari jumlah penumpang yang seharusnya dibawa.

Daya muatnya adalah 536 penumpang, tetapi pada saat kecelakaan, kapal itu membawa 1.927 penumpang atau lebih dari tiga kali lipat.

Akibat kejadian ini, 1.863 orang meninggal dunia.

5. Salem Express

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Kapal penumpang Salem Express tenggelam setelah bertabrakan dengan Hyndman Reef pada 17 Desember 1991 yang mengakibatkan kematian 1.400 orang.

Banyak penumpang yang kala itu ingin ziarah ke Mekah. Bangkai kapal kini menjadi situs scuba-diving, masih berisi banyak barang dan mobil.


          Profughi sequestrano volontari: “Dateci subito la paghetta”      Cache   Translate Page      
Sequestrano due operatori di un centro di accoglienza del Villaggio Mosè ad Agrigento, arrestati quattro richiedenti asilo, tre cittadini nigeriani ed un gambiano. I fancazzisti, tutti diciottenni, sono responsabili del sequestro di persona. I nigeriani, hanno sequestrato, chiudendoli dentro ad una stanza, due operatori della struttura di accoglienza del Villaggio Mosè. I tre, esigevano assolutamente … Continua la lettura di Profughi sequestrano volontari: “Dateci subito la paghetta”
          50 profughi pestano 2 agenti: il VIDEO CHOC      Cache   Translate Page      
Sulla brutale aggressione a Borgo Mezzanone: Poliziotti accerchiati da 50 profughi: brutale pestaggio Ecco il video successivo al pestaggio, quando arrivano i rinforzi e arrestato il gambiano. Nonostante i rinforzi, decine di ‘profughi’ circondano le auto dei poliziotti e minacciano: Questa mattina l’espulsione per il leader della ‘rivolta’: Ha guidato assalto 50 immigrati contro agenti: … Continua la lettura di 50 profughi pestano 2 agenti: il VIDEO CHOC
          Merck Foundation plans to conduct 5th edition of Merck Africa Asia Luminary in Senegal      Cache   Translate Page      

[India], Oct 10 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): Merck Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany plans to conduct 5th Edition of 'Merck Africa Asia Luminary' under the patronage of The President of The Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall and The First Lady of Senegal, Marieme Faye Sall, and in partnership with the Ministry of Health of Senegal.

"Merck Foundation is very proud to welcome our guests of honor and keynote speakers, The First Ladies of 14 African Countries; First Lady of Benin, First Lady of Botswana, First Lady of Burkina Faso, First Lady of Burundi, First Lady of Central African Republic, First Lady of Chad, First Lady of Gambia, First Lady of Ghana, First Lady of Guinea -Bissau, First lady of Lesotho, First Lady of Niger, First lady of Sierra Leone and First Lady of Zambia," said Dr. Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation.

"Together we will work on strong strategy to build healthcare capacity and provide the necessary training to establish a strong platform of experts in Diabetes, Hypertension, Cancer and Fertility care in their countries in collaboration with their offices and ministries of health," added Rasha Kelej.

"During the conference, Merck Foundation will also celebrate two important occasions; the 350th Anniversary of Merck, the World's Oldest Pharmaceutical & Chemical Company established in 1668 and the 1st Anniversary of Merck Foundation," Dr. Kelej added.

The President of The Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall will deliver his address and closing remarks on the Day 2 of the conference.

The First Lady of Senegal, Marieme Faye Sall will deliver the keynote speech along with Claudine Talon, The First Lady of Benin; Neo Jane Masisi, The First Lady of Botswana; Sika Bella Kabore, The First Lady of Burkina Faso; Denise Nkurunziza, The First Lady of the Republic of Burundi; Brigitte Touadera, The First Lady of Central Africa Republic; Hinda Deby Itno, The First Lady of Chad; Madame Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, The First Lady of The Gambia; Rebecca Naa Okaikor Akufo-Addo, The First Lady of Ghana; Rosa Goudiaby Vaz, The First Lady of Guinea Bissau; Maesaiah Thabane, The First Lady of Lesotho; Aissata Issoufou Mahamadou, The First Lady of Niger; Fatima Maada Bio, The First Lady of Sierra Leone; Esther Lungu, The First Lady of Zambia; Two high-level Ministerial panels will also take place.

The first high-level Ministerial panel on 'Building Fertility care capacity and breaking the Infertility Stigma in Africa and Asia' will involve Abdoulaye Diouf SARR, Minister of Health and Social Action of Senegal; Sarah Opendi, Minister of State for Health of Uganda; Dr. Chitalu Chilufya, Minister of Health, Republic of Zambia; Susan Shabangu, Minister of Social Development, South Africa; Dr. Rashid A. Aman; Deputy Minister of Health, Ministry of Health of Kenya; Dr. Wim Leereveld, Founder-Access to Medicine Foundation, Chairman Index Initiative building, World Benchmarking Alliance; Prof. Oladapo Ashiru, President of Africa Fertility Society; Prof. Joe Leigh Simpson, Past President of International Federation of Fertility Societies - IFFS; Dr. Kamini Rao, Chairperson of IIRRH, India; Prof. Dr. Satish Kumar Adiga, Professor & Head, Department of Clinical Embryology, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Academy of Higher Education; Paolo Carli, Head of Middle East & Africa, Merck Biopharma; Dr. Rasha Kelej, Chief Executive Officer, Merck Foundation.

The second high-level Ministerial panel on 'The role of Merck Foundation together with Governments to improve access to equitable healthcare solutions in Africa' will involve Dr. Idi Illiassou Maïnassara, Minister of Public Health of the Niger; Aziz Mahamat Saleh Ahmat, Minister of Public Health, of Chad; Dr. Pierre Somse, Minister of Health and Population, Central African Republic; Dr. Alpha Tejan Wurie, Minister of Health and Sanitation, of Sierra Leone; Dr. Thaddee NDIKUMANA, Minister of Health and Fight against Aids, of Burundi; Dr. Isatou Touray, Minister for Health and Social Welfare, of The Gambia; Julieta Kavetuna, Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services, of Namibia; Prof. Dr. Kailash Sharma, Dean, Academic Projects, Tata Memorial Centre, India; Prof. Dileep Mhaisekar, Vice Chancellor - Maharastra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) India; Prof. Abdel-Rahman Zekri, Vice Dean - National Cancer Institute, Cairo University; Dr. Rasha Kelej, Chief Executive Officer, Merck Foundation.

Countries participating include: Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroun, Canada, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Congo Brazzaville, Cote D'ivoire, D R of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, Guinea - Bissau, Guinea Conakry, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malaysia, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Netherland, Niger, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, The Gambia, Togo, Tunisia, U.A.E, U.K, U.S.A, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe. (ANI-BusinessWireIndia)


          Re: West Africa      Cache   Translate Page      
Gambia

I just came from Gambia. I must say I have never had such respect for gay people until I saw a couple of gay Gambians at Romano in Bakau. These guys are openly gay and effeminate and couldn't care who knows inspite of the local anti gay laws and the stupid president's gay death threats. Romano plays host to a live band every Sunday night which goes on til 3.30 am Monday morning. Although the weekly event is not necessarily a gay event/venue, this event does attract some gay Gambians. These guys are good "mbalax" dancers. It is customary to give them a few Dalasis (the local currency) if you appreciate their artistry. You don't have to though. You can simply watch then walk up to them to congratulate them thereby striking a conversation. Ensure any express of interest is done discreetly when they are alone or away from their female friends. Interestingly, some of these guys were arrested few years ago but it still has not stopped them expressing themselves. Some of them are well known homosexuals.
          How safe are gay tourists in the Gambia?      Cache   Translate Page      
I am planning on visiting the Gambia next year.
But: how safe are you as a single white gay male travelling alone?

I am not extremely feminine, but you can see I am gay.
I want to visit the Gambia for the sun and the nice beaches, having dinner in the evening and a few drinks in a bar.
Will be staying at a middle class hotel (2 or 3 stars) in the coastal region.
Will be taking occasional trips but not looking for sex since I have been warned how dangerous that is.

Just for taking a trip like I described above and refusing offers of sex (just because I do not go on vacaction for sex) how dangerous can that be for me?
          Re: Visiting the Gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Hello !
Yes, I'll be interested in meeting nice/honest local boys.
If you know anyone, I'll be happy to receive your help and experience.
many thanks
          Re: GAMBIA IN THE LIFE      Cache   Translate Page      
Whished i could tell something different.
Have been in The Gambia more then 10 times, and still come there.
All the times i have been there, i never met a real gay. Some boys do act as if they are gay,
but they do so to get something from you, money, a ticket to Europe, education or what else.
As a moslim country with a president that has said that all gays should be killed, you should not expect
sympathy overthere. Ofcourse, like everywhere in the world, there are people who use there brains
and untherstand that gays are also human, and need respect!
But don't tell that The Gambia is a paradise for gays
Absolutly not!!!!!!!!!
          Re: Some recent information from The Gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Is that you on the picture?
Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww
I think i love you!!!!!!!
          Re: Gambians against Government`s anti-gay stance      Cache   Translate Page      
In that case keep your gay sex tourism visits to African countries where gayness is either legal or tolerated... South Africa, Burkina Faso and Togo are the only countries I know where gayness is either legal or tolerated... Please let us know of others
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Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
          Excursie reis naar het prachtige Gambia v/a 399      Cache   Translate Page      

Goedkope Excursie reis naar Gambia gevonden door TicketSpy Tina (Utrecht) Een topper onder de winterzon Read more

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          Re: Sex tourism in Gambia...      Cache   Translate Page      
From www gvnet.com I transfer the fllowing passage.

Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
          Where to find gay men in Banjul,Gambia?      Cache   Translate Page      
I am going for a holiday to Banjul and it would be nice to meet some gay men first of all as friends, absolutely no prostitutes=no money, exchange ideas and have fun. I speak good english, spanish and some french. Let me know soon. Take care you all.
          look to travel to gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
does any one know anywhere in gambia i could have some fun and not get into trouble with the police. email me at cleosclothe@yahoo.co.uk
          Agrigento, paura in centro accoglienza: immigrati sequestrano 2 operatrici      Cache   Translate Page      
Paura in un centro d"accoglienza di Agrigento, dove quattro cittadini stranieri hanno chiuso contro la loro volontà in una stanza due operatrici della struttura, sequestrandole.Il grave episodio si è verificato nella giornata di ieri ed i responsabili sono già stati arrestati. Secondo le dichiarazioni degli inquirenti, i facinorosi sono tutti giovani africani di 18 anni. Questi, ospiti del centro della frazione agrigentina Villaggio Mosè, hanno trattenuto le due donne per farsi consegnare il loro "pocket money", ovvero la diaria giornaliera.Qualcosa della risposta ricevuta non deve esser piaciuta ai quattro ragazzi, perché sono andati su tutte le furie. Dopo aver danneggiato una porta e qualche altro complemento d"arredo presenti nella struttura, gli africani hanno sequestrato in una stanza le operatrici, determinati ad ottenere con la forza ciò che volevano.Immediata la chiamata alle forze dell"ordine, che sono intervenute tempestivamente sul posto. Gli agenti della polizia di Stato sono riusciti a liberare le due donne ed hanno tentato di riportare la calma fra i giovani stranieri ancora furiosi. Uno di loro, ad un certo punto, si è addirittura scagliato contro i poliziotti, cercando di colpirli.Alla fine i quattro sono stati caricati sulle volanti e trasportati negli uffici della questura di Agrigento, dove hanno avuto luogo le rituali pratiche di identificazione. A finire denunciati per i reati di danneggiamento aggravato e sequestro di persona, tre nigeriani ed un gambiano. Quest"ultimo, fra l"altro, è inoltre stato accusato per resistenza a pubblico ufficiale a causa dell"aggressione rivolta in precedenza contro gli agenti.In attesa dell"udienza di convalida, gli africani si trovano adesso trattenuti nelle celle di sicurezza della caserma Anghelone.
          L'imam incitava al terrorismo. E Salvini firma la sua espulsione      Cache   Translate Page      
Dopo la protezione civile revocata al gambiano che ha aggredito due agenti della polizia stradale a Foggia, Matteo Salvini firma l'ordine di espulsione a un imam che incitava al terrorismo islamico a Milano.Si tratta di Ahmed Elbadry Elbasiouny Aboualy, egiziano 36enne in Italia dal 2005 grazie a un permesso di soggiorno rilasciato per motivi di lavoro subordinato.L'uomo però aveva funzioni di imam in alcune moschee abusive e centri culturali islamici milanesi. Qui non si limitava a predicare la religione islamica, ma anche la jihad, con comportamenti ultraradicali. Materiali inneggianti al terrorismo sarebbero stati trovati anche sui suoi dispositivi telefonici. Gli inquirenti hanno evidenziato come avesse contatti con alcuni soggetti pericolosi, come Mohamed Game, l'autrore dell'attentato alla caserma dell'esercito Santa Barbara di Milano. Inoltre nel 2009 si era già fatto notare per aver aggredito Daniela Santanché durante una manifestazione contro il velo integrale per le donne musulmane."Firmata adesso l"espulsione di un Imam che incitava al terrorismo islamico in Italia: a casa!", ha scritto Salvini sui suoi profili social, condividendo la foto mentre - al Viminale - sigla l'ordine di espulsione per Aboualy.
          Fünfzig gegen zwei: Migranten in italienischem Ghetto greifen Polizisten an      Cache   Translate Page      
Zwei Polizisten in der italienischen Ortschaft Borgo Mezzanone haben einen Mann aus Gambia festgenommen und wurden von Migranten angegriffen, die ihn befreien wollten. Über den Vorfall berichtete die Zeitung „Corriere della Sera“.
          La vera storia dei poliziotti aggrediti dai migranti a Borgo Mezzanone      Cache   Translate Page      

Da qualche giorno la Lega e Salvini strumentalizzano l'arresto di un cittadino del Gambia in provincia di Foggia raccontando che una folla di migranti ha accerchiato e aggredito due agenti di Polizia mandandoli in ospedale. La versione che si vede nei video girati durante il fermo però è leggermente diversa

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          Loty czarterowe do Afryki – Gambia z Warszawy od 1199 PLN      Cache   Translate Page      
Dobra okazja, by wybrać się w podróż do Afryki! Loty do Gambii dostępne są od 1199 PLN. Do wylotu sporo czasu, zatem spokojnie możecie się przygotować do podróży. Do wyboru macie dwa terminy przelotów na 7 lub 14 dni.
          Fifty Against Two: Italian Migrants ‘Punch, Kick, Ram’ Policemen      Cache   Translate Page      

Two Italian policemen detained a Gambian citizen, which led to them being encircled by a

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          Eliminating mosquito populations      Cache   Translate Page      

An experiment to eliminate an isolated population of the mosquito Anopheles gambiae with a gene drive has succeeded. Should we eliminate that species of mosquito, together with the other few that carry most malaria?

I think we should do so. There are over 400 species of Anopheles mosquitos, so wiping out a few of them probably won't lead to big changes in ecosystems. Other mosquitos will replace them, and bats and birds will still have food.

Human activity is on track to wipe out a large fraction of all the species on Earth — not intentionally, only as a byproduct of causing global disaster. Instead of sparing a few species that really do hurt us, we should try to protect the hundreds of thousands of species we are likely to extinguish unthinkingly, by curbing our population and our greenhouse gas emissions.

          Cluster Control Officer at First Bank      Cache   Translate Page      
First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank) is Nigeria's largest financial services institution by total assets and gross earnings. With more than 10 million customer accounts, FirstBank has over 750 branches providing a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services. The Bank has international presence through its subsidiaries, FBN Bank (UK) Limited in London and Paris, FBNBank DRC, FBNBank Ghana, FBNBank Gambia, FBNBank Guinea, FBNBank Sierra-Leone and FBNBank Senegal, as well as its Representative Offices in Johannesburg, Beijing and Abu Dhabi.Ref Id: 18000020 Location: Onitsha Application Link Location: Lagos Application Link Location: Sokoto Application Link Job: FBN GEN. Job Family Organization: Chief Financial Officer Directorate Schedule: Regular Shift: Standard Job Type: Full-time Description Assist in carrying out maiden visit to new branch to assess the control environment and other equipment for physical control. Conduct investigations into fraudulent activities, unusual incident and other activities under the supervision of the Cluster Control Manager or senior Cluster Control officer. Carry out daily IT Control Report, credit and other reviews that may be required by Internal Control & Enhancement review program as directed by the Cluster Control Manager. Ensure prompt rendition of assigned month end and other reports to the Cluster Control Managers or as may be required Ensure complete documentation of all observed policy/procedural breaches observed in the course of carry out control activities in the branch. Ensure closure of internal control exceptions observed and raised during the conduct of control activities and subsequently tracking of unclosed exceptions. Escalate unclosed exceptions to the Cluster Control Manager for further engagement with other stakeholders. Ensure implementation of tasked assignment to improve control strategy in the discharges of functional responsibilities in the branches of coverage and instructed by the Cluster Control Manager. Conduct daily review of IT Control Reports and ensure the closure/escalation (to Cluster Control Managers) on noted exceptions. Escalate observed process gaps to the Cluster Control Managers and Regional Control Manager. Provide control advisory and decision Support Service to Branch Managers and Branch Team As part of the Bank's Information Security requirements, maintain the security of all Information entrusted to the staff and comply with the principles and policies in the Information Security Handbook Qualifications Minimum Education: First Degree preferably in a numerate discipline. Minimum experience - 1 year in Internal Control /Audit Function
          E-Business/Transaction Banking Control Officer at First Bank      Cache   Translate Page      
First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank) is Nigeria's largest financial services institution by total assets and gross earnings. With more than 10 million customer accounts, FirstBank has over 750 branches providing a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services. The Bank has international presence through its subsidiaries, FBN Bank (UK) Limited in London and Paris, FBNBank DRC, FBNBank Ghana, FBNBank Gambia, FBNBank Guinea, FBNBank Sierra-Leone and FBNBank Senegal, as well as its Representative Offices in Johannesburg, Beijing and Abu Dhabi.Ref Id: 18000024 Location: Head Office, Lagos Job: FBN GEN. Job Family Organization: CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DIRECTORATE Schedule: Regular Shift: Standard Job Type: Full-time Description Prompt identification and resolution of operational lapses which may lead to financial losses and fraud Perform second level of defense process reviews on electronic products and related platforms and systems (in conjunction with IT Control) using available tools and standard review program. Provide control assurance support on e-products and e-channels during product conceptualization, initiation, development and deployment. Perform second level of defense review of product papers to validate adequacy of management approvals, transaction dynamics, service level agreement, risk and control in conjunction with other stakeholders as spelt out in the bank's operational risk framework for product development. Recommend preventive and detective control strategies to prevent fraud and operational irregularities. Ensure efficient follow-up on audit exceptions. Ensure reduction in control incidence (Open Items, regulatory Infractions& unreconciled nilling accounts) relating to e-Business and TBG operations. Participate in user acceptance testing sessions for electronic products and platform deployments to ensure user requirements and system controls are not compromised. Conduct period control assurance to test adherence of e-Business and TBG with the bank's policies and standards. Liaise with relevant technology and security operations departments to ensure that adequate controls are built into e-payment applications, and alternative channels applications Monitor of ATM reconciliation and attendant processes bank-wide Identify risks and control in e-Product Control processes and communicate same to departmental UORM for evaluation. Qualifications Minimum Education: B.Sc/HND in any relevant discipline (with preference for Computer Science, Mathematics and Engineering) PMP, PRINCE2, CISA,CISM, CISSP qualification will be an added advantage Minimum experience: 3-6 years relevant experience in information Security Risk Management, auditing, control, or Electronic Product Development and Control.
          Network Review Officer at First Bank      Cache   Translate Page      
First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank) is Nigeria's largest financial services institution by total assets and gross earnings. With more than 10 million customer accounts, FirstBank has over 750 branches providing a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services. The Bank has international presence through its subsidiaries, FBN Bank (UK) Limited in London and Paris, FBNBank DRC, FBNBank Ghana, FBNBank Gambia, FBNBank Guinea, FBNBank Sierra-Leone and FBNBank Senegal, as well as its Representative Offices in Johannesburg, Beijing and Abu Dhabi.Ref Id: 18000025 Location: Lagos Job: FBN GEN. Job Family Organization: Chief Financial Officer Directorate Schedule: Regular Shift: Standard Job Type: Full-time Description To ensure that all Risks and vulnerabilities associated with bank's IT Network platforms and related systems are promptly identified and mitigated appropriately. Perform regular process reviews on different teams in IT department Perform regular process reviews on different teams in ISOD department Perform regular process reviews on different teams in Record and Archive department Perform reviews of user accounts and groups on the bank's Network devices, servers, operating systems and ensure that privileges on these systems are granted on a need to use basis. Ensure proper change control procedures over changes to the Network, DR, Servers, updates and patches. Perform reviews to assess the adequacy and effectiveness of IT Network/Server security by checking for the enforcement of the following; System backups, server Hardening, Batch job security, Device File Security, physical access restriction etc. Review the overall network security strategy including but not limited to Network design, Security policies, documentations, redundancies, Segmentations, Compartmentalization, virtualizations, Defense-in-depth, Penetration testing, Staffing structure, device hardening, patching, etc. Verify that appropriate controls are in place against vulnerabilities associated with the network through the prompt deployment of Fixes, Patches and service packs for CISCO devices, IOS and Windows Operating systems. Raise and document exceptions where applicable. Maintain monthly statistics of link/device downtime for all branches and produce monthly system downtime reports as part of the overall control situation report of internal control. Qualifications Minimum Education: First Degree in any Science or Engineering course, CISA or CISSP or IT related certification such as CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE). Minimum experience: 3 years relevant experience in information systems, auditing, control, or IT security work.
          Data Analysis/Scripting Officer at First Bank      Cache   Translate Page      
First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank) is Nigeria's largest financial services institution by total assets and gross earnings. With more than 10 million customer accounts, FirstBank has over 750 branches providing a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services. The Bank has international presence through its subsidiaries, FBN Bank (UK) Limited in London and Paris, FBNBank DRC, FBNBank Ghana, FBNBank Gambia, FBNBank Guinea, FBNBank Sierra-Leone and FBNBank Senegal, as well as its Representative Offices in Johannesburg, Beijing and Abu Dhabi.Ref Id: 18000023 Location: Lagos Job: FBN GEN. Job Family Organization: Chief Financial Officer Directorate Schedule: Regular Shift: Standard Job Type: Full-time Description Use of specialized analytic tools and Techniques for complex data analyses, data extraction logic and data manipulation for the purpose of reconciliation, Trend analyses, Transaction analyses and specialized investigations/projects. Performing Data integrity checks and analytic reviews on various applications systems including Finacle core banking applications, other Critical applications systems and electronic channels for detecting data inconsistencies/duplications/irregularities within the system Extraction of Data from various applications systems to detect and escalate processing errors, failed batch jobs, failed income collections, faulty configuration /wrong parameterizations of applications Supporting the directorate report, data analysis and extraction requirements by creating specialized queries, scripts and logic for report generation and data extraction Conducting User Acceptance Tests (UAT) for special applications projects like Hyperion which requires extensive data analyses for quality assurance review. Creation of scripts and logic for Internal accounts and GL integrity reviews Supporting IT Control review team through the creation of specialized logic for detecting inconsistencies and errors thereby enhancing control/ security reviews. Creation of scripts and Review of administrative configuration changes on core banking platform. Review and analysis of system administrator's postings on core banking application. Responsible for Carrying out System Investigations for ICEG (Legal Garnishee, CBN, FIRS, etc.) Qualifications Minimum Education: First Degree in science (numerate discipline) or Engineering discipline, higher degrees/professional certifications (preferable but not compulsory). Minimum experience - Three years relevant experience
          Application Review Officer at First Bank      Cache   Translate Page      
First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank) is Nigeria's largest financial services institution by total assets and gross earnings. With more than 10 million customer accounts, FirstBank has over 750 branches providing a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services. The Bank has international presence through its subsidiaries, FBN Bank (UK) Limited in London and Paris, FBNBank DRC, FBNBank Ghana, FBNBank Gambia, FBNBank Guinea, FBNBank Sierra-Leone and FBNBank Senegal, as well as its Representative Offices in Johannesburg, Beijing and Abu Dhabi.Ref Id: 18000022 Location: Head Office, Lagos Job: IT Tech, Sec & OPS Organization: hief Financial Officer Directorate Schedule: Regular Shift: Standard Job Type: Full-time Description To ensure that all Risks and vulnerabilities associated with the bank's IT application plaforms and related systems are promptly identified and mitigated appropriately. Perform regular process reviews on different teams in IT department Perform regular process reviews on different teams in ISOD department Perform regular process reviews on different teams in Record and Archive department Perform reviews of user accounts and groups on the bank's application platforms and ensure that privileges on these systems are granted on a need to use basis. Ensure proper change control procedures over changes to users, programs, menus, authorities, scripts, hardware, system software, updates and patches. Perform reviews to assess the adequacy and effectiveness of platform/application security by checking for the enforcement of the following; System backups, server Hardening , Batch job security, Device File Security, physical access restriction etc. Perform reviews to access the access the adequacy and effectiveness of all IT general controls Perform reviews on the banks applications platforms to access the adequacy and effectiveness of application controls Qualifications Minimum Education: First Degree in any science or Engineering course, CISA or CISSP Experience: Minimum experience: 3 years relevant experience in information systems, auditing, control, or security work.
          Gambia:Livestock Department Hosts Veterinary Legislation Review Forum      Cache   Translate Page      
[Foroyaa] The department of livestock services under the Ministry of Agriculture, recently hosted a three day sub regional seminar on national veterinary legislation and livestock policy review, at a local hotel. The three day convergence that brought farmers, veterinarian and agriculturist experts was fully funded by AU-IBAR.


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