SENDGO Launches Website

Tuku JallowSeptember 18, 2015

We are pleased to announce the launching of our brand new website SENEGAMBIA DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE ORGANIZATION (SENDGO). After four months of hard work and dedication and achieving a very successful mission on a EUROPEAN TOUR including a very fruitful meeting at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in LONDON, on September 7th, 2015. We are delighted to officially announce the launching of this impressive website on September 17, 2015. The new site launch is available and the URL is

Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors an easier way to learn about SENEGAMBIADEMOCRACY.ORG, services and solutions and also to allow the visitor to browse information based on their own choice. The new website is interactive and gives better access to about PREVENTIVE HEALTHCARE, WOMEN’S RIGHTS, FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (FGM), YOUTH MIGRATION, AND WOMEN AND GIRL’S EDUCATION.

We hope you find the new website with a fresh look, easy to access information and we also wish to establish this portal as a source of information for those who visits our site. We would also like to thank our amazing web builder KNOWLEDGE FORTUNE, who spear their time and energy to make this site what it is like today. For any questions, suggestions, feedback or comments, please contact us at the contact button for any concern or There is a PayPal donate box on the right top side for you to give your financial support so that SENDGO’s can carry its mission, and without your help the job we want to carry out will be delayed.

Thank you

Executive Director
Senegambia Democracy and Governance Organization (SENDGO)
2412 St. Albert Terrace
Brookeville, MD 20833
Cell: 240-705-5128



  1. Luntango Suun Gann Gi

    Very pretty lady – but that is not enough to fool even an old man like me. The website seems very average and hardly readable (maybe I have been used to KairoNews for too long – lol!). Still, the “donate” logo is very prominent on the top right hand corner (which is much better because it took me a long while to find that of KairoNews). Otherwise I wish the pretty lady well.

  2. I am beginning to suspect these people are creating these groups for either fame or financial gain. How many groups is it going to take to restore democracy in Gambia?

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