Welcome to the home of Ridgewood High School's Project Gambia

First established in 2007 the aim of the project was for students, staff, and members of our local community to travel to The Gambia for a week each year to experience first hand life in a developing country, so that they become aware of their responsibilities as global citizens, develop a respect and appreciation of their own culture, and make a difference to the world in which they live.

However the project has become much more than that.

Working alongside Gambian schools and communities we go beyond 'handouts' to provide the education, support and funding needed for people to become independent, and find a sustainable solution to poverty. In March 2017 we will embarked on our 10th trip as Ridgewood High School's Project Gambia.


Solar Pump - Sintet Farm

The pump is up and running and 20,000 litres of water per day is being pumped into Sintet farm. The pipeline has been extended into the village to provide drinking water for all.

Click here or on the image to see the pipeline gallery


Click here to read the Stourbridge News page


Up and Coming Events


TUESDAY 19TH JULY - Gambia supporters evening 7pm at the Copthorne Hotel, Dudley. £15.50 includes entry and a two course meal.


Teenage Market in Dudley (Date TBC)


Bag Packing at Tesco Stourbridge (Date TBC)




Gambia Weather

2016 Report

PG 2106 Report

Click the image to download the report


Just Giving

Project Gambia is now a registered charity and you can now text to donate

Visit our Just Giving page

Sintet Farm

Extensions to the farm have increased its size to 400 metres square.

Visit our Sintet Farm page


Ridgewood High School, Park Road West, Wollaston, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 3NQ

Telephone:(01384) 818445
Reg charity number: 1160143