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Fama Sey is an adorable 8-years old girl from The Gambia, West Africa. She is happy, outgoing, brisk girl. She goes to school and her dream is to be a doctor when she grows up. 

On the 26/07/2018 her life got a sad turn, when a fast moving car knocked her down on her way to the school. She immediately lost consciousness and was bleeding from natural orifices. She went to coma for 2 months. She was initially admitted at the kanifing General Hospital Serekunda for few days prior to her referral to Edwards Francis Small Teaching Hospital (EFSTH) in Banjul. She was stabilized at the Accident and Emergency ,the femoral fracture was immobilized with skin traction and was put on pain medication, antibiotics, vitamins and fluids. She was then admitted at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) where she spend 3 months prior to transfer to the pediatric surgical ward. 

According to the medical Doctors and the surgical teams the girl needs and overseas operation. Due to the family conditions they can't afford to support her financial bills for the operations. 

She is currently discharged and to follow-up at the surgical outpatient clinical and physiotherapy. We are asking for aid from stakeholders, private , government, NGO philanthropist, and even Individual support to help Fama Sey to get better. 

Even a small donation can change this young girls life.

One surgery. Entire new life. 

You can donate here:

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Fama Sey before the accident 



Fama Sey after the accident


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Sport day in Elite fitness center. We did martial arts, football, posing with bodybuilder and swimming. Fantastic day! We got lots of energy and the children were happy. Next week we have lots of activities and studying. We need to get printing machine for the school, we need more sponsors and the school building needs to be renovated. We getting there. If you like to help send CV to info@differentgift.org or sponsor directly paypal: info@differentgift.org More information



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We have been working hard this week with maths, drawings, art work, spellings, internet and thinking different values of life. All we agreed that‪  family‬ , ‪‎health‬ and ‪‎education‬ are very important. ‪Children‬ have also done book reviews, homework and local dancing. Tomorrow we go to sport center and have classes in martial arts, football and swimming. We still have many nice things we want to do. If you like to support on any activities you can send money to paypal: info@differentgift.org or ask us the banking details. More information.

Thank you friends. 




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The school walls in the ‪‎Gambia‬ teach and tell us stories. ‪‎Different‬ ‪‎Gift‬ NGO wants that all kids could read and write. Do you want to join in our ‪teacher‬ ‪exchange‬ program or ‪sponsor‬ a child to school? More information: info@differentgift.org or sponsor a child for one year education 60 euros paypal: info@differentgift.org More information


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Working as volunteer in summer camp in Gambia. We want to help more kids to attend school.

You can sponsor full year 60 euros or term 20 euros. Paypal: info@differentgift.org More Information


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