By Omar Bah The president of Kairo survivor led-crisis society has renewed his organization’s call for the maintenance of peace and stability in the country. The society president made this remark recently at his office in Banjul in an interview with The Standard. Ebrima M. Jawaneh, said: “Let us be fully optimistic about convergence at a peaceful solution and disregard unnecessary rumors that may instill fear in the gullible minds of the beneficiaries /electorates”. Mr. Jawneh pleads to all stakeholders for the maintenance of peace and further appealed to spiritual leaders and politicians to continue the ongoing dialogue and speak well for peace in order to restore the confidence of the citizenry. He pointed out that his organization entreats all Gambians and non-Gambians living in The country to renew their confidence for peace and stability in the country. He further explained that the organization is a non-profit and voluntary organization that was formed and registered in November 2016 and aims to give support to individuals in crisis situations and thus create an enhanced socio-economic environment for people living in The Gambia. He further added that the beneficiaries of the organisation will include youths and adult members of the society regardless of sex, religious denomination, nationality, political affiliation or cultural background. He also indicated that decisions on issues pertaining to crisis response are led by the clients themselves through soft dialogues and self-reflecting discussions with personnel at the Dial house. Thus the approach is survivor-led where clients themselves are empowered in the process of bringing solutions to their problems. “Our key values include cherishing the principles of honesty, integrity and confidentiality in the execution of our duties. We shall also uphold to empathy, ethics and professionalism at all times,” he noted. He salutes all peace loving Gambians and friends of the Gambia wherever they may be with smiles of hopes and tranquility.]]>
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