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Gambian bags GFAM chartered economist award

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By Lamin Cham

Dr Assan Jallow has become the first Gambian to be licensed and admitted as certified chartered Economist ChE. by the Global Academy of Finance GFAM. Jallow is equally licenced with the title and rights as a Fellow Member of the Global Academy of Finance and Management (FMGFAM).

The GAFM International Board of Standards is the leading and first certification body in the world to offer certification eligibility to students and faculty of double-accredited business school.
Reacting to this achievement, Dr. Jallow said: “It is an honour to add such a well-meaning feat in my academic and knowledge bank. It took me a lot of hard work, dedication, and sleepless nights of studying, research and writing with endless sacrifices on my social activities to get where I am today. I once read somewhere that ‘excellence is not measured by perception. Instead, it is an unyielding passion once engraved in our yearnings to achieve greater heights, which allows one to soar above all obstacles life may throw in one’s direction”.

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Dr Jallow holds a PhD in Economics specialising in Public Finance from the Universidad Santo Tomas (Saint Tomas University (USTOM), Nicaragua. He has supervised over 21 undergraduate and master’s dissertation in Nigeria, Benin, the UK, USA and Nicaragua. Equally, he has lectured courses on Advanced Macroeconomics, Public Finance, Principles of Economics, Comparative Economic Systems, World Economic History, History of Economic Thought, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management at Undergraduate and Graduate levels both in Benin and Nicaragua. He is a certified curriculum developer and a trained the trainer specialist with a passion for learning which has exposed him to the world of education, thus widening his horizon and deepening his faculty of reasoning and intellect.

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