The Gambian government struggles to provide equipment and resources for schools to run effective classes, especially in the area of science where students need to perform practicals. Most school income goes little beyond teacher wages. Basic equipment is needed in chemistry, physics and biology classes for children to learn effectively. These cannot be made in Gambia and so are expensive as they must be imported. A burette and pipette cost 900 Dalasi each (£20). Comsumables like chemicals are also expensive. Schools try and buy these necessities from their school fee income, but this money is insufficient to buy everything the school needs as well as pay some salaries. a gift from you of £40 will buy essential science supplies that will be used wisely in educating the future scientist of the Gambia.
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