The following institutions provide generous funding and advisory services to Gambia Goat Dairy. For more information regarding each, please follow the links below.


The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine has supported Gambia Goat Dairy since its inception by providing valuable advisory services through both its extensive alumni network and its Center for Animal Health and Productivity (CAHP). PennVet's 2017 and 2018 Student Inspiration Awards have provided Gambia Goat Dairy with USD $50,000 of project funding, and The PennVet Food Animal Fellowship has contributed an additional USD $5000

Learn more about PennVet here.


The University of Pennsylvania's PennAbroad program has pledged USD $8000 annually to Gambia Goat Dairy, with USD $16,000 provided so far. PennAbroad provides students from The University of Pennsylvania with international experience through a variety of internship programs. This funding has thus far supported the travel of three veterinary students and one engineering student to The Gambia for eight weeks each.

Learn more about PennAbroad here.


The Paoli-Malvern-Berwyn Rotary Club of Eastern Pennsylvania provided USD $4000 to Gambia Goat Dairy as a means of funding the project's feasibility assessment. The club has also donated valuable legal and other advisory services throughout the project's implementation phase.

Learn more about The Paoli-Malvern-Berwyn Rotary Club here.


Power Up Gambia is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit with the goal of providing Gambian healthcare institutions with sustainable solar energy systems. Power Up Gambia has extensive in-country experience in The Gambia and provided valuable advisory services during Gambia Goat Dairy's feasibility assessment and throughout the project's implementation.

Learn more about Power Up Gambia here.