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Christmas fever just kicked in. South African peacekeepers in Goma Eastern Congo recently received Christmas goodies while on assignment in the country's volatile east. And as this is meant to motivate the soldiers during the festive season, worry still looms over the country's reluctance to aid in combating armed groups in the region.
The St. Louis Scott Gallagher Pre-Academy 2006 and 2007 soccer teams gave a family a Holiday Season they will never forget. Players, coaches, and parents delivered gifts that will not only bring them joy and comfort, but also financially get them through these tough early years of their transition to America. The Bikona's are a Republic of Congo immigrant family of ten. Two of the brothers are on the Nahed Chapman New American Academy Soccer Team. Earlier this year, St. Louis Scott Gallagher members provided uniforms, soccer shoes and training to the New American School team. The PreAcademy 2006 and 2007 groups hosted Faustin (one of the Bikona brothers) at their training session this fall. "Led by Grandma Chiku, the Bikonas were the sweetest group of loving people and were so grateful,"...
Hope for Orphans-Congo 2016 Each year, we bring the children a few gifts. They get to choose what they would like. We had playing cards, chinese skipping ropes, frizbees, shirts, balls, etc.
In the southeast of Congo, the province of South Kivu was affected by a long war conflict. We help the victims of sexual violence in this are. In May 2011, we distributed goats to ten women. The goats will provide the women with a stable income, which will enable them to pay for their living expenses as well as to help others. The distribution is a part of a broader project to help improve quality and availability of medical and psychosocial care to raped women.
The Rotary Club of Springwood in New South Wales, Australia, gave a $1000 gift to the Mahagi Anglican Dental Clinic in the north eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo after Dr Graham Toulmin AM spoke at one of their meetings. It was delivered in July 2011 and Constantin Drumo, the dental officer in charge, was delighted.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has been seeing massive anti-government protests in the capital Kinshasa since Monday. The Senate had postponed a vote on a proposed law that the opposition fears will prolong the president's time in power. Some local gangs have looted stores and companies, including around 30 Chinese stores in the capital. Three Chinese nationals have been reported injured, but most have been evacuated. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVcomInternational Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/cctv-news/id878031632?mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cn.cctvnews Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/cctv_english Instagram: http://instagram...
Congo the Silver Back Gorilla by Charlie Bears BB173085 from the Bearhouse Bears 2017 Collection and available on our website http://magpies-gifts.co.uk/congo-gorilla-from-the-bearhouse-bears-collection-by-charlie-bears.html
After decades of civil war, the Democratic Republic of Congo is still riddled with landmines. Now Chinese engineers as part of the United Nations peacekeeping mission are working to clear parts of South Kivu province to continue building roads. In the final part of our special series from eastern DRC. CCTV's Clementine Logan joined them on a mine sweeping exercise.
A congo man who is homeless in india for 15 years, and unable to find a job and unable go back home due to restriction by certain company who he claimed have been working against him. .
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Belgian Congo (Zaire). The Prince Regent of Belgium, Prince Charles, visits Paulis, Stanleyville, Belgian Congo. MS. Crowd of women of the Mangbetus tribe seated on low seats watching tribal dancing. Large crowd of the native people watching the dancing. Several shots of Prince Charles receiving gifts of leopard cubs, swords, ivory, etc. Several shots of Prince Charles and escort talking to a young black boy. CU. Boy sucking a tasty morsel. Brief shot of the women dancing. More shots of the tribe chiefs bringing gifts to the Prince. More shots of the men and women dancing and people watching. Prince and escort walking around and watching the dance. Mute Neg. Information found in the old record - Cuts 47/64. FILM ID:2409.04 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL...
Friends, we're in the process of adopting a little boy from the poorest country in the world. In a lot of countries, there are families lined up, waiting years to adopt a baby. It's not like that in the Congo. There are NO waiting lists, there are far more children in the system than there are families willing to adopt, and we want to take a step in changing that. clarensau.com/adopt
Unissued / unused material. Prince Charles of Belgium in Belgian Congo (Zaire). C/U signposts. Various shots of people in tribal robes waiting to see the Prince. M/S welcome banner. More shots crowds. The Prince's car passes and the crowds applaud. Various shots crowd on the move, some of the men bang drums, others carry reed baskets full of gifts. L/S government house. Various shots Prince meeting King Nwami Rudahigwa and his government officials. Governor General presents King with Great Cross of Leopold's order. Various shots Prince outside large grass hut. He and other European dignitaries (including Governor General of Congo) watch high jump competition (slightly different to Western version, looks like traditional game). Various shots men in traditional tribal costu...
A first-hand look at life inside the camps for internally displaced persons in eastern Congo.
With all the family visiting there was a lot of commotion so Zaz was somewhat over stimulated... he wanted the attention everyone else was getting :) Shortly after this while playing with him Bill and I were both bitten.. birdie bites smart!! :)
Children and adults in Mugunga displacement camp near Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) describe how they will spend Christmas day. The Mugunga camp hosts close to 25,000 displaced people. Recent fighting in eastern DRC has affected more than 250,000 people, adding to the 1.4 million who were already displaced by the decade-long conflict. Want to respond? Donate to the Crisis in Congo appeal to help World Vision provide life-saving assistance to those who have been displaced by the fierce fighting in Congo. www.worldvision.com.au/emergency/drccrisis/
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