Insist Global boosts Basse ICTA
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
The Insist Global, an IT and software engineering firm that specialises on business management systems, on Monday presented two second hand computers to the Basse Information Communication Technology Association (ICTA). The presentation was held at the Insist Global head office along Kairaba Avenue.
Handing over the computers, Margaux Ndure, the marketing manager of Insist Global, who spoke on behalf of the CEO, expressed delight at the initiative meant to assist grassroot organisations in the area of information technology. She pointed out the importance of helping young Gambians in skills development; saying: “There are talented young Gambians who need help and we hope that this would continue.”
She finally expressed optimism that the items would be put
to good use.
For his part, Kawsu Sillah, corporate affairs officer at
ICTA in Basse, onreceiving the
computers on behalf of his organisation, said that the organisation has been
operating in Basse for sometime now, but was formerly launched in January 2012. Dilating on the aims of the organisation, Sillah outlined
that the donation is aimed at bridging the ICT and entrepreneurship gap that
exists between the rural and urban areas. “Basse is behind in terms of ICT and
this is why we came up with this initiative to help build the capacity of the
young people,” he said.
He thanked Insist Global for the kind gesture and assured
that the materials would beused on purpose.
Author: by Bekai Njie