Go Gambia: AFG’s second Study Tour gets underway

“It’s a fantastic opportunity and I’m really looking forward to experiencing how health services are delivered and developed in the Gambia. I hope sharing my skills and experiences will help challenge the stigma people with mental health issues face.” – Joe, Support Worker

Following the huge success of our first Mental Health Study Tour in the Gambia we’re delighted to reveal our next 5 Ambassadors:

1.            Joseph Clarke: Support Worker, Meadow Park Independent Hospital

2.            Amy Bowers: Support Worker, Oak Lodge Independent Hospital

3.            Jenny Glover: Support Worker, Paschal Baylon.

4.            Georgina Robinson: Support Worker in Lancaster

5.            Sue Whitehurst: Support Worker in Cheshire

The second 2-week Study Tour will get underway on 18 January 2014, led by Kirstine Fergusson AFG Company Secretary and Salifu Manneh, Mobee Gambia Director.

Joe Clarke, a Support Worker at Meadow Park Independent Hospital said: “It’s a fantastic opportunity and I’m really looking forward to experiencing how health services are delivered and developed in the Gambia. I hope sharing my skills and experiences will help challenge the stigma people with mental health issues face in the Gambia.”

We’ll be keeping you up to date with the group’s exciting journey on the Latest News page of our website.

Alternatively you can follow the journey of our 2nd Study Tour on Facebook AFG Support and on Twitter AFG Support #AFGgoGambia.

Meet our 5 Ambassadors of Study Tour 2!

Meet our 5 Ambassadors of Study Tour 2!