Children of Sukuta – Gambia
CURAMUNDI wants to introduce Children of Sukuta, a medical charity project in Gambia.
Medical care is still basic today.
Children of Sukuta wants to provide better medical care for the children of Sukuta at the local hospital.
The Gambia is one of the smallest countries in Africa with only 11,295 km² and 1.5 million inhabitants. It lies along the Gambia river and is bordered by Senegal and the Atlantic Ocean.
It is a poor country. The average income is less than a dollar a day. Gambia has little natural resources. Its main income comes from the exports of peanuts and from tourism.
Medical care is not always adequate. Little Lea, the girl that inspired us to write the poem about another world was from Sukuta in Gambia. She died as a young child.
Sukuta lies on the outskirts of the capital Banjul. It has about 17,000 inhabitants.
Medical care in Sukuta is very limited. In the local hospital there are but limited medical facilities.
Children of Sukuta is a project that wants to provide better medical care for the children of Sukuta at the local hospital. It wants to provide means to:
If you want to help the Children of Sukuta to improve medical care in Sukuta and to improve the living conditions of the local children, please send us a message via our contact form.
Many thanks for any help.
Danellandia was created on 28 March, 2004. It is based on discussions about this world and its many problems with people from different backgrounds, countries, religions and ages.
Danellandia defined 25 human values as the basis for its campaign to make this world a better and more just place in many fields of human activities: politics, economics, the media, personal relationships, education, Nature care…
You can help to promote these values by sharing the material on this site.
Become a Danellandian or friend of Peace by promoting human values to boost peace.
This world needs people and leaders that put humanity first and not money or power. People and leaders that unite instead of creating tensions, divisions and conflicts.
Strong human values are a passport to a sustainable future.
The world of Peace is possible!