Over 35 Years of Experience
Located in Two Regions
Over 5,000 Youths Impacted
Agroforestry Leadership and Management Training
Life Skill Training, Animal Husbandry, Raining Season Farm Promotion (Climate Resilience Crops) Bee farming ,Micro Finance, Vegetable production, Study tour and more.
Aiding Women Farmer's and Vegetable Production
The project aims to increase socio – economic status of women and children in Darufoday village. The village is located within a geographical drought soil which renders vegetable garden production inactive. This has necessitated the exigent call to...
Promoting Bee Farming through Agro Forestry Intervention Practices
To enhance crop yields, diversify rural incomes, enhance biodiversity conservation and reduce poverty among smallholder farmers through the adoption of agroforestry farming practices that incorporate the use of pollinator trees.
The activity was a subsequent follow-up recommendation of the meeting of the district meeting at the compound of the chief...Read More
4H The Gambia received funding from the European Union (EU) through the GCCA+ Project to implement activities to Protect and...Read More
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Where We Work?
4H The Gambia’s resourcefulness targets youths between 15-35 years of age, focusing on school- dropouts and non-literates within her functional jurisdictions. The 4H concept was derived from the Norwegian 4H volunteers who were attached to the Chamen Agricultural Self Development Training Center situated in the NBR Former participants undergoing training at the center spread the idea in their respective villages, regions, and then brought about 4H clubs. In 1995, 4H The Gambia was registered as a national organization with NGO Affairs Agency [NGOAA] ,4H operate in North bank Region and Central Rive Region of The Gambia.
About 4H The Gambia
4H The Gambia was founded on 10/2/1986 as an international Non-Governmental Organization [NGO], which later became a local NGO on 15/7/2007. Thus, its principal activities include Agriculture, Education Income Generation, HIV/AIDS Sensitization, Governance and Democracy, Gender, and Strategic- Training in Entrepreneurship and Organizational Skills.
What We Do?
4H The Gambia as an NGO places preminent attention in mitigating youth rural –urban migration in search for greener pastures. The Organization’s general goals are: Establishment of enabling working stations that have outstanding capabilities and could be sustainable enough to transforms rural -youths into becoming resourceful, and within which they will have participated as key actors in national development.
Farafenni Town, North Bank Region, The Gambia