A Gambian Social Enterprise Charity, training young Gambian builders.
MOJO Construction has been operating in The Gambia since 2012 and trains and employs local Gambian builders at a living wage.
Led by General Manager – Morro Fatty from Tabokoto Village with Chief Architect, Kawsu Ceesay MOJO Construction has built schools, classrooms and worked with Communities on youth initiatives.
The name MOJO is a combination of Morro “Mo” and CEO “Jo” (John Evans) names and means “pay the man”.
All profits are recycled into training, work experience, jobs and bursaries for local Gambian people.
For every one of our employees, two more will be funded to attend college and supported to earn their own living.
MoJo is committed to reinvesting any profit from the entire scheme into a second community enterprise village built by Gambians for Gambians. Building Communities. Building Lives.
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c/o Ann Rivington,
Standard Chartered House,
Serrekunda, The Gambia