GFS Business Development Holds a Fruitful Meeting with The Honourable Vice President of The Gambia, Muhammad Jallow

Banjul, The Gambia – On Friday, August 4th, 2023, a high-level delegation from GFS Business Development Services, led by Managing Consultant, Gheran Senghore and Head of Administration and Finance, Aminata Jallow, met with The Honourable Vice President of The Gambia, Mr. Muhammad Jallow. The purpose of this courtesy call was to update the Vice President on the company’s significant milestones, spanning 11 years of dedicated service to The Gambia.

Over the past decade, GFS Business Development Services has been at the forefront of forging a strong partnership with the government, especially in
capacity building for officials at all government levels. The company has been instrumental in providing state-of-the-art Capacity Development and Human Resources Management services not only to State-Owned Enterprises but also to International Institutions and the Private Sector.

Highlighting the recent achievements of the company, Ms. Aminata Jallow informed the Vice President of the dedication and passion of the GFS team in delivering capacity-building trainings. “Our growth initiatives are evident in the expansion of our office premises, the inclusion of a 75-person training hall, well-equipped for both face-to-face and virtual sessions, and a state-of-the-art IT Centre. We’re proud to also introduce Accredited courses like ACCA, IELTS, and our partnership with the esteemed Governance Institute in the UK,” remarked Ms. Jallow.

The Honourable Vice President, in his response, acknowledged his past engagements with GFS Business Development Services. Mr. Jallow reminisced about his involvement in supporting the institution’s training activities with the government. He praised the management for their commendable work and dedication. “Your relentless efforts in enriching the skills of our officials align with our national vision. I applaud the outstanding work GFS Business Development Services has accomplished and eagerly look forward to more collaborative projects,” said Vice President Jallow.

The meeting culminated with both parties emphasizing the crucial role of training in the advancement of the human resource capacity of government officials. Such initiatives pave the way for a prosperous and self-reliant nation.