EYEAFRICA TV: Banjul, THE GAMBIA: Coordinator of Gambia Transition Brain Trust (GTBT) Fatou Juka Jabang has said that they will produce key policy recommendations that would be drawn from the Trust and IFIT combined knowledge of Gambian context and transition lessons from other contexts.
Speaking at a press conference, Mrs. Jabang said the achievement they made so far is to bring wilingness in people and to serve in the development.
She said GTBT is an international nonprofitable organiation formed in January 2018 under the auspices of the Institute For Integrated Transition (IFIT). It was launched n The Gambia on 26th April, 2018, comprising an interdisciplinary group of 13 Gambian economist, lawyers, civil society, religious, academic, public sector management and business leaders.
They will provide independent expert advice aimed at assisting the country’s leading decision-makers.
“We already have identified fields that will be focusing on peace and security including security sector reform in policy which we see as key to ensuring safety and effective development resources and also social economic transformation, which include skills development, human resources development which she said is very crucial.”
Lawyer Yassin said the organization is still young in the system by looking at the membership list and they are still crawling which, he said is a challenge.