picture from hand-over of renovated school in Brufut Gambia

Rehabilitation works at Brufut completed!


THE GAMBIA Sunday 06/01/2019 – The Community Action Support Association (CASA Gambia) handed over the 2.6M Dalasi Rehabilitation of Brufut Lower Basic School to the authorities of Brufut Lower Basic School.  CASA Gambia has been raising funds since early 2018. Through local campaigns and international crowdfunding, hundreds of people got involved into improving the educational […]

First batch of School Desks delivered to Brufut Children


Earlier today 24/06/2018, CASA-GAMBIA in collaboration with Brufut Village Development Committee and Brufut Diaspora Association today presented 100 steel build School Desks, 23 chairs and 21 tables and library books to Brufut Lower Basic School as part of the Rehabilitation Project. After presenting the project plan to Brufut Diaspora Association and Village Development Committee, the […]

Renovation of Library & Teachers room started!


BRUFUT, THE GAMBIA – Last Thursday 12-04-2018 the renovation of Library and Teachers room has started. Even we were surprised by the speed things can go. This renovation is sponsored by stichting CHEF. Jaap van Duuren of stichting CHEF was triggered by our Crowdfunding campaign at 1%club and contacted us on April 4th if he […]

Brufut Lower Basic School

Funds Raised for 100 School Desks!


After two months of fundraising we raised already 3,247 Euro’s (Crowd Funding + funds raised in Gambia)! With this amount we could negotiate with the local welder man to deliver 100 School Desks before the start of the new school season in September! We thank all supporters for your ongoing support to our cause of […]

Buy School Desks for the children of Brufut


Since we’re campaigning for € 5.000 to buy 100 School Desk made by a local carpenter in Brufut, we’re receiving many compliments from our friends and supporters. Ok, we’re new at this crowdfunding thing. But is potentially very much in line with our core of ‘community development’ to connect our local village to the global […]