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Documents

2020 Annual Report

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DOAF Annual Report 2019

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DOAF Annual Report 2017

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DAIGO Report 2020
DAIGO Report 2019
THE GAMBIA – Report December 2015

GAMBIA – Report Summer 2015

Diabetes Health Forum Presentation

Cancers in The Gambia

Video library

Vessel UK Solar Installation

Architectural Lighting Engineer, Kerem Asfuroglu delivered his Vessel UK project in 2018. Having received Vessel UK Training that made sure he could use his professional skills to provide a relevant project that raised the employment skills of local Gambian electricians

Business Now Project Zaira Rasool

Vessel UK leader Zaira Rasool delivered her project ‘Business Now’ in The Gambia in 2018. The project focused on developing the skills and capacity of Gambians that were already leading small local businesses.

The Vessel UK Experience

Since 2004, The Vessel UK has enabled hundreds of individuals and many organisations to share their skills with participants in Tanzania, Kenya and The Gambia. For UK participants, the benefits include personal and professional development, global learning plus expanded project management and leadership skills.

Talent 'Reflex' in The Gambia

Kervarnie Tashay White is a 16 year old student from Friern Barnet School in London, who smashed it this January by delivering a Vessel UK leadership project in The Gambia. By his own admission he was really fearful of going anywhere in Africa.

KORI in Tanzania

Daigo Environmental Project

The Daigo Project, KORI’s partnership with the University of West England and Daughters of Africa Foundation produced this wonderful project that enabled environmental learning and magazine production development for 30 year eleven Gambian students.

Living History - The Gambia 2019

As part of the first ‘Daigo’ project in June 2029, young filmmakers Pierre Amiral and Ebru Edgeworth filmed and directed this poignant sharing of the views of teenage Gambians.

Suli Architecture

Architecture students from University of West England teamed up with Gambian construction workers to learn together and create a eco-sound kiosk, for the selling of food in a children’s charity in The Gambia.

Kenya 2013-2014

In October 2013 The Vessel Programme began with six London based applicants who committed to a 9 month programme of planning, preparation and individual project development. The team successfully delivered their projects of Art, Creative Writing, Dance and Event Management to one hundred and forty children and young people In Meru, Kenya. The programme was focused on reciprocal learning and teaching for the advancement of youth development.

 

Media library

The month of Heroines: Odiri Ighamre (part 1)

“Are we born African or do we become one?”

The month of Heroines: Odiri Ighamre (part 2)

“Are we born African or do we become one?”