The Government of the Republic of Indonesia recently awarded three scholarships to Mrs Amie Jammeh, Modou Jonga, staff of Brikama Area Council in the West Coast Region and Lamin Baldeh, a resident of Tabokoto.
Mrs Amie Jammeh was admitted at the University of Airlangga, Indonesia to pursue Masters in Disaster Management, and Modou Jonga was admitted at the University of GadjahMada to pursue Masters in Public Policy Management under the Kemitraan Negara Bekembang Scholarship which is under the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of Indonesia.
Lamin Baldeh was awarded to study the Indonesia official language, Art and Culture under the Darmasiswa Scholarship organized by the Ministry of Education and Culture in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Indonesia.
According to officials, the Darmasiswa scholarship is awarded to foreign students from countries that have diplomatic relationships with Indonesia to study the Indonesian Bahasa language, art and culture and the Kemitraan Negara Bekembang also known as the partnership program.
The partnership program is a financial assistance offered by the Indonesian government to international students from developing countries to pursue their Masters degree in Indonesian Universities