News

The Bendon Bursary

5th Janaury 2018 – the first anniversary of Chris Bendon’s death. We are marking this date with the launch of an annual award to support the continuing professional development of the dedicated staff employed at the Centre. Please check out…
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Trustees’ feedback – December 2017

TCHC Charity Trustees’ feedback to TCHC manager Sheikh Tijan Touray 07/12/2017 Positives: The Centre is still going strong despite a VERY tough 2017 with the political uncertainties and the German charity withdrawal. The manager to be congratulated – an achievement…
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Trustees’ visit November 2017

Hello and welcome to www.aidgambia.org.uk / TCHC. Please see the background and purpose of the Tallinding Children’s Health Centre. Trustees’ visit November 2017 Words from the Chair The four Trustees visited TCHC in November 2017. There was the usual meeting with the TCHC…
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Latest transfer of money

January 2018 We completed our 11th transfer of money to the Centre in January 2018.  Many thanks to all those who have contributed via MyDonate in celebration of Pete’s birthday and especially to St John the Baptist parishioners in Ilford,…
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Fees Rise

In August 2016 fees had to be raised across the board in order to try and meet the rising cost of medicine during the rainy season. The finance principle that TJ the Manager tries to adhere to is that fees…
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St John the Baptist Church – Ilford

A special thanks to the parishioners of the Church who have yet again made a massive contribution to assist the work of the Centre. They collected and sent a significant amount of medicine in November 2016 and the parish makes…
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Past reports

Past Reports from the Health Officer 2013-2016 May 2014 – Drug prices rise: As you may be aware it has rain twice in the Gambia which is an alert that we are entering the malaria season. Therefore we are expecting…
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Rainy season exacerbates malaria cases

As usual, the rainy season becomes the busiest period of most health centers in The Gambia. This is due to the change of the weather and the increase number of malaria cases. From two weeks back we started to register…
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