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Ghana's Black Stars were held to a 1-1 draw by Congo on Friday, to pile on to the country's misery. It's a qualifying run that has been way below the team's traditional standards. Ghana qualified for the last three World Cups, but sitting third in group E, with three matches still to play, Russia might just be a bridge too far. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
From January to March 2011, I coordinated a campaign which took to the streets of Kinshasa, using music and theatre to raise awareness about the UN, peace and development. The campaign, "UN-Congo nouveau" (French play on words about the UN and a new Congo), involved 18 concerts across the neighbourhoods of Kinshasa, each one before an audience of 1000-2000 people, including local authorities and media. Performed by local music stars "Washiba” in the 4 offical local languages, the show combined music and interactive theatre to raise public awareness about peace and protection of civilians, the rule of law and economic development in DR Congo, all key priorities of the UN in DRC. The campaign called upon all Congolese citizens to engage in peace, stabilisation, reconstruction and developmen...
The Best of Congo Project focuses on celebrating the development and international establishment of our rich, exuberant culture, traditions and modernized identity. The project carries an important combination of a viral campaign video and classy event (Gala Dinner- 15th April 2017) which will bring together a strong network of Congolese like minded people who share the same goal of establishing and representing Congo in a more positive valuable manner.
The RAISE Hope for Congo campaign aims to develop a permanent and diverse constituency that will work to protect and empower Congolese women and girls. The Enough Project will collaborate with national and grassroots organizations, across various constituencies and the political spectrum, to build this grassroots movement. Enough will also continue to provide policy analysis and recommendations, focusing on the 4Ps Peace, Protection, and Punishment plus Prevention. © Center for American Progress
Congo SQ West Kinship Society celebrates a decade of dedicated service in relief campaign advancement, Community Arts-building programming and Kinship Family services of revival fueling its mission: "...serving to build bridges, restore networks and bind cultural ties." Flex your Philanthropy #GoodGIVE360 -- http://bit.ly/1BJ62ps #GoodGIVE360 seeks support from its vast kinship exchange to make an investment towards the the organization's programs of services aiding in development towards its Cultural Arts Preservation Project and to encourage its Next Generation of Philanthropreneurs. Our kinship ties transcend beyond, land, language and changing economic tides as social change agents. Together we build sustainability and wellness in our respective communities utilizing Arts, Educat...
J'ai créé cette vidéo à l'aide de l'outil de création de diaporamas YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/upload).
Congo have beaten Egypt only once in seven encounters 20 African teams are competing in the final round of qualifying, Africa could get an extra two slots to its current five in new format. FIFA believe more teams will boost football development globally
Actor Robin Wright sits down with the Guardian’s Ed Pilkington to discuss her new documentary, When Elephants Fight. Subscribe to Guardian Culture ► http://bit.ly/subgdnculture The film draws links between the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the mining of so-called ‘conflict minerals’ such as coltan that continue to spark war in the region. Overall, the country is estimated to have $24tn of minerals under its soil. Yet despite such enormous natural wealth, the country remains one of the most destitute in the world, with one in seven children dying before the age of five, according to Unicef. Wright and her co-producer, JD Stier, are launching a new campaign called #StandWithCongo in hopes of creating a new movement for reform in the region. The Guardian Film Show ► https...
This video is dedicatet for children of war in Democratic Republic Of The Congo.
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Bandi Mbubi's talk at TEDxExeter 2012 was featured on TED.com. He has returned with an update about his work with the Congo Calling campaign, and how our actions are beginning to make a difference. Congo Calling was launched at TEDxExeter 2012 following Bandi Mbubi's powerful call for the development of fair trade technology which uses ethically-sourced, conflict-free minerals from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). We are delighted to welcome Bandi back to TEDxExeter to share the many successes of Congo Calling and his vision for the campaign. "My wish is to convince everyone to do one simple thing: to insist on fairly traded mobile phones, tablets, and games consoles, and in so doing, t...
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