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Quite a while has passed since I lived in The Democratic Republic of Congo, Kinshasa. Finally, I've decided to share with that experience. It's been almost nine years, but it's a part of my life nonetheless. SOCIAL MEDIA https://www.instagram.com/kamillavasilevska/
This is a short movie from our latest visit at our football school in Congo-Kinshasa.
Deans of schools of medicine in the Congo-Kinshasa discuss ways they conduct medical training and their success stories. The Congo has schools of medicine in each province, and an elite that carry out the teaching in a state of poverty hard to describe. Yet, hundred of a young doctors graduate each year and serve their country. And a few of them are also used in neighboring countries and some go as far as South Africa to work in hospitals around Africa.
Coucou tout le monde aujourd'hui c'est la journée internationale de la femme dans mon collège Jewels On ce bas pour les droit de la femme💁💁💁💁 Liké cette vidéos et s'il vous plaît partagez❤
Video made in 2008. Still gives a good idea why En Classe started to help primary school children
In Kinshasa, more than 25,000 children live on the streets. Many build their own communities, led by those who have grown up there. They provide guidance for the young, many of whom end up on the street after having been accused of witchcraft.
“How can 10 million people be living in this city with very poor infrastructure –practically no water, no electricity, have to pay for their school fees, very, very little access to cash – and yet, when you go out on a Saturday night, people are drinking beer, they’re beautifully dressed, they’re having a good time?” asks Theodore Trefon, a researcher at the Royal Museum for Central Africa who has been studying Kinshasa since 1994. “This is the miracle – that they have some type of will to keep on moving on. That they can still be happy in these dire conditions.”
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This video is dedicated to friends who entrusted me with donations and to all of our loved ones who were with us in spirit during these precious moments. The children sang a welcome song, read a beautiful message, we shared a prayer and I sang them (in Lingala) my peace lullaby*. (I'll add translations soon.) p.s. Special thanks to Tom and Yvette for introducing me to them. xo A work friend translated the song the kids sang and the message they read for us at the orphanage. It brings me right back. The welcome song: Je vous souhaite la bienvenue Chez nous soyez chez vous Nous vous accuillons en famille Nous vous accueillons tra la la parmi nous I welcome you In our place, act as if it's yours We welcome you as a family We welcome you among us +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++...