US-based rights organization opens office in Gambia |

The United States-based human rights organization, Hustle For Humanity, has opened a new chapter in The Gambia as it seeks to protect and promote the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Mr. Musa Jallow was chosen by the organization’s top official as the chapter’s director and founding member in May 2021 with the support and encouragement of Hustle For Humanity International.

He stated that he would be responsible for the strategic management of the section and its mission in the country, which will include the formulation and implementation of the strategy and the management of the overall day-to-day operations of the organization’s activities in the Republic. from Gambia.

The rights organization said “this is a global movement of conscious people determined to unite the world, fight injustice and defend human rights” and that “l The organization will work closely with government agencies and partners of national, regional and international institutions, including NGOs, multilateral and bilateral agencies, communities and the private sector to coordinate the implementation of specific programs and projects .

“We envision a world in which everyone – regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sex, class, lineage, age, sexuality or geographic nationality – enjoys the same human rights and same chances to flourish and develop to the maximum of its individual. talent and ambition. As a non-profit human rights educational organization, Hustle For Humanity works at the local, national and international levels to protect and promote the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights set forth in the Universal Declaration. human rights.

“Our goal is to maximize the effectiveness of advocates, educators, community members and professionals by providing educational resources and advocacy tools to advance an informed human rights agenda. We strive to make the text of the UDHR globally known and to ensure that it is disseminated, displayed, read and exhibited mainly in schools and other educational establishments, without distinction based on the political status of the countries or territories. “He said in a statement.

The statement added, “We educate all sectors of society on these rights through grassroots advocacy and innovative guerrilla marketing campaigns with the aim of someday making universal human rights the law of every nation on a daily basis. United Earth. Our immediate goal is to simplify and facilitate the conception of human rights so that the general public perceives and understands the need for these invaluable rights. We seek to do this by establishing a minimum threshold within which every human being on the entire planet enjoys what we call the five basic human rights: the five basic human rights: food, water, shelter, education, health care.

“We are committed to a world where everyone can lead independent and healthy lives, free from violence and exploitation. Communities where children and caregivers are empowered to improve their own livelihoods through appropriate and affordable alternatives. Restore hope among children and vulnerable communities who have been affected by poverty, abuse, violence, disease and other natural disasters. We are involved in development work to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and combat gender-based violence, discrimination and encourage solidarity. Provide holistic transformation of women, youth and disadvantaged communities by providing training, education, empowerment and exposure to life-changing innovations, ”he concluded.

It is legally registered with the chambers of the Attorney General under the Ministry of Justice. This allows the organization to operate and manage its business in The Gambia after meeting all legal requirements to operate as an entity within the West African nation.


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