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3rd International Peace Festival 23/24 February 2018

Due to clashes with a number of other events the 3rd International Peace Festival took place on the last weekend in February. As from now on the event will be on the last weekend in February which means that the 4th festival will be in February 2019.

The 3rd peace festival was for the first time a profitable success. Not a big profit but at least no losses. It means that we have a starting fund for the 4th peace festival the funds of which are being held by the organising committee in Farato.

Over 10000 people attended the 3rd festival which is major when you consider only 600 appeared at the 1st. Everyone that was there enjoyed the entertainment over the 2 days and we send all our appreciation to our Karmic Angels team , the village of Farato, The womens groups in Farato, House of Action members, the artistes and everyone else who helped make this a success.

August 6, 2018   No Comments

Look Out For The Farato Peace Festival Sat.28th November 2015

Live Acts and DJs all day and night

Live Acts and DJs all day and night

Saturday 28th November 2015

Make a note in your diaries all you Gambian and European lovers of music Karmic Angels and The House Of Action have teamed up together to bring the first ever music peace festival to be staged in Gambia to raise funds for Karmic Angels and House of Action charitable projects.

Please check out the video by copying and pasting the link


Posted by Max Miral on Friday, 6 November 2015

and be there or be square.

The biggest and best show for just 50 dalasi entrance, 75 dalasi for stall holders and 100 dalasi for VIPs. You won’t get better value than that. Show starts at 4.00pm starring Jaliba Kuyateh the world famous kora player and many more star bands, artistes and DJs (One from the UK) just check out the posted by Max Miral link and you will know all artists appearing. Tickets limited to 10000 so to make sure you get in be early – and help “A Gambian Child Smile”

November 6, 2015   No Comments

Karmic Angels Donate Large Quanity of Medical Equipment & Medications

Our donations to Ming Daw Clinic

Our donations to Ming Daw Clinic

Just recently on our last trip to the Gambia we made medical donations of over 600000 dalasi (£9800) to 3 health organisations. Our main support went to Ming Daw Clinic in Farato, whom we have now donated in excess of 800000 dalasi (£12400) of medications and equipment in the last 2 years.

This was followed by donations to Serekunda Health Centre (for the 2nd time) so far donated in excess of 700000 dalasi (£10800) in medical equipment and medications. We also helped for the 1st time Serekunda Hospital whom we intend to support also into the future.

Our medical donations to the Gambia in total since we have been working there are valued at over 6 million dalasi (£96000).

As published in the Standard Newspaper on 1st August, Karmic Angels donations of medical equipment and medications. To read the story please go to just copy and paste the link

August 5, 2014   No Comments

Natalia Finfando & Colleagues Donate £500 To Karmic Angels

Most sincere thanks goes to our lovely friend in London Natalia Finfando for such sterling efforts in raising £500 for Karmic Angels charitable funds which will go such a long way in the Gambia towards our current project in Farato Nursery School.

She and her friends also travelled to the Gambia earlier this year to one of our schools to promote “look after your teeth” to all the children there the article is in the link below. We look forward to maintaining our most friendly relations with Natalia for years to come.

July 10, 2011   1 Comment

Karmic Angels on GRTS (Gambia Radio Television Services) plus our schools

One of our documentaries in the Gambia this one relates to the school build in Brikama Medina which is due for completion by October 2010. The video was taken off the TV so its a bit flickery but you can still see our goals for the future.

The next 2 videos are of  our children at Busumbala having fun and dancing outside their new classrooms. 

The next is Stephanie dancing with them

This is our school children in Farato which will be our next school build.

Lastly see what it means to get a pen pencil or a tiny notebook to these children it is everything. This was our 2nd project at Abubacarr-As-Siddiq where we reconstructed 3 classrooms.

September 18, 2010   No Comments