The fifth International edition is expecting to attract one hundred and fifty (150) Youths and people working with young people is slated for 15th –30th July 2011 at The Gambia College (Brikama Campus) in West Coast Region. With the theme “Searching for Peace in Africa.”
In regards to the fifth International Summer School Camp, participants willing, and ready to be part and parcel of the event can contact the following executive members with telephone numbers: Mr. Ansumana Darboe Chairman of the Organising Committe 00220 9928669, Mr. Modou C. Nyang 00220 9042388 Social and Protocol Committe, Mr. Fabakary Kalleh 00220 9922592, and Mr. Abdou FB Boye 00220 9816324 or send an email: email@example.com
The School is slated to commence on Saturday 16th July and close 30th July 2011. All participants are expected to register by 1900hrs on Friday 15th July.
Participants, Participation in the camp shall be in two categories i.e. 150 National and 50 International. National participants shall be members of the Youth Ambassadors of Peace representatives of Youth Organizations, NGOs, Security forces, the Media and ECOWAS member States living in The Gambia. The International participants are expected to be interested Individual Youths and others drawn from representatives of Youth and youth organizations, Universities, Peace training institutions the world over.
Logistics that is food, accommodation and internal transport will be provided for all participants, including airport collection for international delegates. Local participants shall be responsible for their transportation to and from the venue. Airfares shall be the responsibility of the international participants. Registration is D600 for local participants only.
Peace Ambassadors The Gambia is an international Peace advocacy organization established in The Gambia on 17th May 2001. Since the inception of the organization it has carried out series of programmes and activities both in and outside the Gambia which are all geared towards making the world a better place for human survival.
In this respect, among others an International camp also referred to as International Youth Summer School was well thought of where youths will gather to acquire knowledge and skills needed to develop an aptitude for peace building, to discuss issues affecting them and map out strategies of resolving them. The success of the first international camp held in 2005 at Gambia College in September supported by Concern Universal inspired us to make the activity an annual event.