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3DGam to launch new project on human right

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By Olimatou Coker

Decision Determine Destiny, known as 3DGam, UK-based organisation which was founded on in September 2017, is set to launch a new project on human rights.
Speaking to The Standard, the founder of the organisation Amadou Marong, a Gambian based in the United Kingdom on Sunday said the 30 article booklets on human rights will be given to 81 schools across the country at the official launch at the Gambia Radio and Television Services building along MDI Road in Kanifing on 28 July 2018.

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“For a start, each school will be given 50-60 booklets. The package contains a DVD, posters and other educational materials,” he said.
He added that each episode, 2 of the 30 official international human rights article video clips will be played.
“After the two are played, there will be two experts at the GRTS studio with 3DGam executive and two panelists will briefly talk about that particular article before they open the lines for Q&A session.”
According to him, the organisation was formed on 29 September 2017 by like minded individuals who want to radiate goodness in mankind with a plain progressive agenda.
“No ifs, no buts; 3D stands for Decision Determine Destiny and our motto is plain progressive agenda,” he added.

He said the organization is a non-political, non religious, non ethnic/tribal or section based.
He said the simple knowledge that you are making little difference to the lives of the people, which by fate would enable them to make an informed decision that will determine their destiny, is the firm belief of 3Dears.
“This kindness we hope will elicit goodness in communities of mankind.”

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