This is what previous visitors to The Gambia Resource Page have written:
This is a job well done. It's very impressive!! I was looking for some Gambian related material to show to some friends. This is a site I'll recommend my friends to visit. It answered a lot of questions I get asked daily.
Keep up the good work!!
What an excellent web site!! Good work to all those people who were involved. I loved seeing names like Andy Lyons and Brian Hubbard, who provided the site with a wealth of knowledge and creativity. It made me very homesick!! good work..
This is an insurmountable amount of information marshalled about tiny but friendly Gambia. I find it extremely resourceful in many facets of the country, the people, and the general geography. Finally I can tell some of my friends to visit a Gambian website that is incredibly informative. Thanks a lot for your services.......... "Go Gators!!!!"
I have a student from Gambia, and I wanted to print some info from the Internet to take to him at school.
My daughter is presently in the Gambia, and I wanted to find out more about it
Indeed a very resourceful website for any one interested in The Gambia. Keep up the good work Andy.
I have just come back from The Gambia.
One of the best places on Earth.
Nice to see a website on The Gambia. I volunteered there 92-93 for Teachers for Africa; thanks for bringing back fond memories.
Thank you for a grate page !Your information has helped us grately in school.
I can not waite to go there !!
Thank you for putting all these information about the
Gambia , especially the NGO's and their participation in
our national development. Keep it up
Thanks for a lot of useful informations.
Keep up the great work.
Thanks so much for putting together such a terrific resource
about The Gambia. I am returning to Gambia for the Peace
Corps reunion (PC 1987-1989) and will use your Mandinka
language resources to brush up on my language skills.
Interesting site which has prepared me for my visit to the Gambia as a tourist. I depart on Thursday March 27th
Greeting to Luc Soudan AB-Rent Car Kololi
I was working in The Gambia from 1992 to 1994. It's nice to see these pages on line .
Sometimes a still thinghing about the beautiful Gambian people.
I was looking at this with a friend of my son's, Tamsir Jallow, who grew up in Liverpool but is from The Gambia.
Impressed with the concise and helpful information.
Keep up the good work !
What an excellent web page. Kudos for Andy for getting it all together.
I am a Gambian living in Finland.I find your wed interesting
,the picture from gambia as well as other informations.
Nice but very compact (however: is'nt Gambia a very compact sized country?
Keep up the good work and keep this site actual!
When returning form my trip to Gambia next april/may I could write you about my experiences!
Lovely!!!! I didn't have time to check everything yet. But I'll be back... Thanks for the recepies, I'll surprice my gambian friend!
I love the informity of this web site. Although, you
should consider giving more core information like maps,
charts, natural resourses, etc. Other than that I
loved it! Peace out! from Grand Central! Ding Dong!
Gambia with there limited resources will gain much exposure from such an endeavor .A magnificent piece of work. cherno
I'm visiting with a summer program this summer. I'm really looking forward to coming and learning more about the area.
i love this country
Makes me feel a bit homesick.
I´ve found much joy on this web, thank you!!!
I am writing a teaching unit for fourth grades on Gambia. It needs to be completed by April 1, 1997.
Any information that can help me bring the life of a Gambia child to my students would be appreciated.
Impressive! however there is still a lot of room for improvement!
Very nice page. I met my wife (Serah Sabally)in The Gambia in 1980 while a volunteer and we are allways interested in hearing about the Gambia
Dan (Demba Sonko)
I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Gambia Resource Page. My father's side of the family is from The Gambia and I immediately got excited when I discovered the resource page. It was very helpful and informative. I am very pleased with the page. Keep up the great work!
Hello,i´m a professional cameraman and i´m interrested in visiting Gambia to work on different Television features for various TV-Stations in Germany.
As far as i´m preparing my job i need contact and information in advance about various topics.
Thanks for e-mailing
This is a wonderful site for good infromation on Gambia. Keep it up!
I will try and put together a couple of Gambian recipes so you can put them on the web site.
It is great to find someone with such enthusiastic interest in Gambia.
The page looks AWESOME!!!!!! Nimbara!!!
A really interesting site. Would welcome the addition of the
wonderful wildlife that is found in Gambia.
Really great information on The Gambia. I travel there
from time to time and is is great to have an idea of what
is going on. Keep up the great work, and thanks for your efforts.
A really useful effort.Keep up the good job.
nice pages. please, go on.
This is wonderful. Made me homesick for the Gambia.
Tell us more about the Wabash Scholar.....
My son is a candidate for the Peace Corp and I was researching
The Gambia West Africa
It is a really beautiful website, very informative.
I really would like to see more gambain recepies.
Layed out really nicely with real,factual information. I can
personally vouch for many of the things said, specially about
the Peace Corps Scholarship Fund.
As the fund administrator
for the year 1995-96, it made me feel "evil" every time I had
to say no to a deserving student since we had such limited
It's wonderful to see this. Let me know if you need help with the bibliographies.
I am interested in everything about the Gambia, this was
interesting! Thank you!
This is a great site! (Stocking)hats off to the developer!
At last, someone has finally created a very excellent
webpage about The Gambia not just a junk page containing
very little useful information. This is the webpage for anyone who
wants some credible information about The Gambia, be it a
potential tourist or a student.
Keep it up!
This is absolutely the very best source of information on The Gambia
I've seen anywhere on the internet. A very useful collection of
resources for the many many people facinated by this friendly
little country. Keep up the good work!!
April 19, 2001 to April 7, 2003
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