Thursday, 20 May 2010


Save the Gambia Democracy Project (STGDP) in partnership with GTRS International wishes to provide you with exciting information regarding our latest project-A new, thought provoking, and educational radio program designed by Gambians called Baati Rewmi that will commence broadcasting this Saturday, May 22nd at 6:15-6:30 pm (GMT).

I have attached a flyer as well as four ads in English, Mandinka, Wollof and Pular to give folks a glimpse of what they can expect to tune into so, if you could please help us spread the word by forwarding this information to everyone in your email contact list or when you call friends and family, particularily those living in the Gambia, kindly pass on the information provided in the various materials attached.
If you are a blogger, have your own personal website or have a page on Facebook, it would be of enormous help if you could post the information there as well. We appreciate your effort to spread this information so the program can become a hit!

To listen to the first program that will be broadcast this coming Saturday, please visit us at www.savethegambia.orgThere is an option you can choose-Baati Rewmi Radio Station. Folks this is 100% Gambian made so, we ask for your support to make this program the success we envision it to be. With warm regards,Christine Sukuna on behalf of STGDP

Save the Gambia Democracy project, a US based civic and democratic movement committed to bring about democracy, good governance and the rule of law in the Gambia brings a new independent radio broadcast to the citizens of the Gambia. STGDP believes that a responsible independent media will create an environment in the Gambia within which democracy and all its instruments can be nurtured and STGDP strongly believes that the Diaspora has become an important partner in our quest for the enhanced for a developed Gambia. development of our country, and with that comes the need for the building of a nexus between Gambians in the Diaspora and Gambians at home. This nexus is needed to facilitate dialogue with the government of the day, civic organizations, opposition parties and the entire citizens of the country.

To begin the process of constructive dialogue, STGDP wishes to introduce a direct weekly radio broadcasting program in all local languages to the Gambia. This radio broadcast is not an anti/pro – government radio, or a pro/anti opposition radio but rather a pro - democracy radio, with a belief that this will help bring about the building of the institutions of democracy which ultimately will lead to political stability, economic development and prosperity to the shores of the Gambia . We will be looking forward to working with responsible, independent media in the Diaspora and at home and together we will have a positive impact to our motherland.

Below is the program of events:

Commencement Date: May 22nd, 2010Date & Time: Saturdays 6:15 – 6:30p.m. (GMT)Radio Frequency: 15,225 kilohertz on the SW Frequency Please pass the word to your friends and family in the Gambia and the Diaspora. Together we can educate each other to become informed

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