What we do

OUR CONCEPT

THE COMPLEX THE BRISTISH EUROPEAN AMERICAN & AFRO CARIBBEAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION.

To Summarise

The complex will be situated in the Gambia and will be constructed to accommodate 30 children, with up to 3 guardians/teachers per visit.

Participants

The complex will be situated in the Gambia and will be constructed to accommodate 30 children, with up to 3 guardians/teachers per visit.

Travel

The complex will be situated in the Gambia and will be constructed to accommodate 30 children, with up to 3 guardians/teachers per visit.

Funding

The complex will be situated in the Gambia and will be constructed to accommodate 30 children, with up to 3 guardians/teachers per visit.

Start Up Costs

The complex will be situated in the Gambia and will be constructed to accommodate 30 children, with up to 3 guardians/teachers per visit.

Ongoing

The complex will be situated in the Gambia and will be constructed to accommodate 30 children, with up to 3 guardians/teachers per visit.

THE COMPLEX

THE BRISTISH EUROPEAN AMERICAN & AFRO CARIBBEAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION

D.BEAACI / ABCA (PROPERTY)

The complex will be situated in the Gambia and will be constructed to accommodate 30 children, with up to 3 guardians/teachers per visit.

The complex will provide

  • CARETAKERS APARTMENT
  • DINING ROOM
  • LOUNGE & RECEPTION AREA
  • LECTURE ROOMS
  • BOARDING FACILITI

The complex will be constructed in accordance with local planning requirements, fully fitted out with sleeping, catering, domestic, recreation and class room furnishings and equipment.

It is envisaged that a people carrier will be required for local transportation needs- with coach transport being hired locally for Airport transfers and local educational and sight seeing trips.

POTENTIAL PARTNERS

It is anticipated that support may be forthcoming from Hotels Groups that may assist with the running of the complex by means of providing catering and domestic staff and / or accommodation facilities from time to time.

Approaches are also to be made to Air Lines with a view to negotiating ‘subsidised’ Group travel UK – Gambia – UK on regular basis.

Co-operation will besought with International and National Service Clubs such as Lions, Rotary , round Table and optimists. We will be seeking sponsorship and support – in full or part – towards start up and ongoing costs.

RECRUITING PARTICIPANTS

An administration Manager will be appointed to handle publicity and recruitment of participants throughout the UK . They will be expected to collate and vet all applications for suitability.

Initial publicity will be aimed at Teachers and Parents, through the local Education Authorities.

 

STAFFING

Teaching staff will be recruited locally in Gambia , from University and College establishments to cover daily curriculum during each visit.

Escorts will be required for traveling each way- as well as for care and control during the extent of each visit. It is anticipated that such will be recruited from UK teaching staff and Parents of the participants.

Administration Manager will be appointed to handle publicity and recruitment of participants throughout the Uk . The Administration Manager will also be expected to collate and vet all applications for suitability. He or she will also manage all travel arrangements. They would also be expected to maintain all accounting functions and have an involvement with fund raising activities under the control of the Trustees. All responsibilities will be undertaken such as organising all local Gambia travel, recruitment and control of all teachers, catering , domestic and caretaking/ security staff and overseeing all property maintenance.