We are excited to welcome all Gambians and Friends of Gambians to the AGERA website!
This site was created to keep our community informed and engaged with the activities of AGERA. The site will feature the latest announcements of events and news that concern our community as well as discussion on how we can improve the commmunity. We will also solicit suggestions on how to expand the features of the site to fit the needs of the community. The Atlanta-Gambia Emergency Relief Association is a non-profit community association. AGERA, as its acronym, is committed to create an emergency relief fund that will enable us to confront challenges within our community. AGERA shall serve all Gambians regardless of our religious, political and tribal-ethnic background. Click Read More below to learn about the AGERA Constitution.
By Ebou Janha
The 2013 Independence celebration
The 2013 independence celebration organized by A.G.E.R.A attracted many people this year. People showed up in numbers to celebrate this great day and also manifest their love to this wonderful Atlanta community.Among the attendees were Njamay who flew from Miami Florida to join her brothers and sisters in this great occasion.
The Gambian Ambassador to the United Nations who was accompanied by his wife was the the chief guest of honor. He praised the organization (A.G.E.R.A) that piece together this great event and urged the community to stay united. He was also joined by a member of the Rainbow Coalition Group.
Mr Talla Faye entertained the attendees with the Senegambian traditional Sabarr and Sewrubaa which was followed by a fantastic performance by the Kankurang.