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  • Even on a cloudy day, it’s still beautiful to see 😍🌈🇲🇦
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Don’t forget to FOLLOW @morocco.1001 for amazing travel destinations😍📍and to behold the mysterious ‘Morocco’🤭🔮
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  • Even on a cloudy day, it’s still beautiful to see 😍🌈🇲🇦
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    Don’t forget to FOLLOW @morocco.1001 for amazing travel destinations😍📍and to behold the mysterious ‘Morocco’🤭🔮

    📸: @chafick_captures
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  • ⚽ [Football]
Demain auront lieu les dernières rencontres de phrase de groupes de la #CANU17 :

Nigeria 🇳🇬 🆚 Uganda 🇺🇬
Tanzanie 🇹🇿 🆚 Angola🇦🇴
Cameroun 🇨🇲 🆚 Sénégal 🇸🇳
Guinée 🇬🇳 🆚 Maroc 🇲🇦 Pour rappel le Nigeria 🇳🇬 et le Cameroun 🇨🇲 sont déjà qualifiés pour les demi-finales.

#Afconu17 #afconu17tanzania2019 #Football #africa #sport #Stadafric
  • ⚽ [Football]
    Demain auront lieu les dernières rencontres de phrase de groupes de la #CANU17 :

    Nigeria 🇳🇬 🆚 Uganda 🇺🇬
    Tanzanie 🇹🇿 🆚 Angola🇦🇴
    Cameroun 🇨🇲 🆚 Sénégal 🇸🇳
    Guinée 🇬🇳 🆚 Maroc 🇲🇦 Pour rappel le Nigeria 🇳🇬 et le Cameroun 🇨🇲 sont déjà qualifiés pour les demi-finales.

    #Afconu17 #afconu17tanzania2019 #Football #africa #sport #Stadafric
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  • #Alcançar 
Essa é a nossa tarefa em nosso trabalho com desenvolvimento comunitário da comunidade da Fátima onde fica nossa base missionária. Já alçamos mais de 350 crianças e adolescentes, e hoje pela primeira vez abrimos as portas para receber mais de 100 famílias, para orientar sobre saúde, princípios bíblico sobre a família e principalmente testemunhar o amor de Deus por esta nação.
#desenvolvimentocomunitário #africa #jocum #Angola @ Jocum Huambo
  • #Alcançar
    Essa é a nossa tarefa em nosso trabalho com desenvolvimento comunitário da comunidade da Fátima onde fica nossa base missionária. Já alçamos mais de 350 crianças e adolescentes, e hoje pela primeira vez abrimos as portas para receber mais de 100 famílias, para orientar sobre saúde, princípios bíblico sobre a família e principalmente testemunhar o amor de Deus por esta nação.
    #desenvolvimentocomunitário #africa #jocum #Angola @ Jocum Huambo
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  • Engineers Without Borders’ Kumvana Fellowships provide dynamic leaders across sub-Saharan Africa to spend one month in Canada learning, developing skills, and collaborating with like-minded individuals across the country.
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This is lovely Fiona, another of the inspiring people I met as part of this program: “Fiona Otieno works as the Lead Customer Engagement Associate at M-Shule, the first adaptive mobile learning platform in Africa to connect primary school students with personalized education through SMS. Additionally, M-Shule is one of EWB’s ventures in Kenya.

She leads a team of changemakers in supporting stakeholders to draw value from M-Shule. Before M-Shule, Fiona was the Volunteer Coordinator at PACEMaker International, an NGO that deploys youth to volunteer in public primary schools in the rural and slum areas of Kenya.”
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#engineers#engineerswithoutborders#canada#subsaharanafrica#africa#headshots#torontophotographer
  • Engineers Without Borders’ Kumvana Fellowships provide dynamic leaders across sub-Saharan Africa to spend one month in Canada learning, developing skills, and collaborating with like-minded individuals across the country.
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    This is lovely Fiona, another of the inspiring people I met as part of this program: “Fiona Otieno works as the Lead Customer Engagement Associate at M-Shule, the first adaptive mobile learning platform in Africa to connect primary school students with personalized education through SMS. Additionally, M-Shule is one of EWB’s ventures in Kenya.

    She leads a team of changemakers in supporting stakeholders to draw value from M-Shule. Before M-Shule, Fiona was the Volunteer Coordinator at PACEMaker International, an NGO that deploys youth to volunteer in public primary schools in the rural and slum areas of Kenya.”
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    #engineers #engineerswithoutborders #canada #subsaharanafrica #africa #headshots #torontophotographer
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  • #Repost @harrieteve9 @get_reposter 
Part 1/2~~ Our ancestors were well aware of the dangers of neocolonialism. During the 1974 Pan-African Congress, Black leaders from around the world affirmed the following: To put an end to foreign domination in Africa by destroying the bases of the last colonial and racist regimes; because for as long as part of the African continent continues to suffer under the yoke of foreign domination, irresponsibility and indignity, the personality and moral integrity of every man, whether or not of African descent, will be jeopardized.

From The 9 Point Resolution of the 6th Pan-African Congress.
What our ancestors could never have predicted was the rise of China as a new colonial threat. China is colonizing Africa no-time.

Thats because Europeans still maintained substantial control over their former colonies, and China was in the middle of it’s Mao-led Cultural Revolution – a genocide that would cost between 3 to 10 Million Chinese lives. But everything changed with both the death of Mao Zedong in China and the death of overt colonialism in Africa. These events unleashed the economic appetites of China on an unguarded source of unlimited wealth: Africa. How The Age Of Chinese Colonialism Began:

After the death of the founding father of the People’s Republic of China, the nation dismantled many of the oppressive, closed door policies of the Maoist regime.

A new, economically progressive leader named Deng Xiaoping came to power and placed  more emphasis on modernizing agriculture, industry, national defense, science and technology than political ideology.

This ushered in a period of unprecedented economic growth and investment in foreign nations. In some parts of the world, investment meant buying up foreign companies. In other parts, it meant buying the nation itself through government debt. (Currently, China is the top foreign holder of U.S.Treasury debt.) But on the African Continent, China takes a different approach: trade and aid. {SWIPE◀️} Source: Panafricanalliance.com #africa #china #debttrapdiplomacy #harrieteve9
  • #Repost @harrieteve9 @get_reposter
    Part 1/2~~ Our ancestors were well aware of the dangers of neocolonialism. During the 1974 Pan-African Congress, Black leaders from around the world affirmed the following: To put an end to foreign domination in Africa by destroying the bases of the last colonial and racist regimes; because for as long as part of the African continent continues to suffer under the yoke of foreign domination, irresponsibility and indignity, the personality and moral integrity of every man, whether or not of African descent, will be jeopardized.

    From The 9 Point Resolution of the 6th Pan-African Congress.
    What our ancestors could never have predicted was the rise of China as a new colonial threat. China is colonizing Africa no-time.

    Thats because Europeans still maintained substantial control over their former colonies, and China was in the middle of it’s Mao-led Cultural Revolution – a genocide that would cost between 3 to 10 Million Chinese lives. But everything changed with both the death of Mao Zedong in China and the death of overt colonialism in Africa. These events unleashed the economic appetites of China on an unguarded source of unlimited wealth: Africa. How The Age Of Chinese Colonialism Began:

    After the death of the founding father of the People’s Republic of China, the nation dismantled many of the oppressive, closed door policies of the Maoist regime.

    A new, economically progressive leader named Deng Xiaoping came to power and placed more emphasis on modernizing agriculture, industry, national defense, science and technology than political ideology.

    This ushered in a period of unprecedented economic growth and investment in foreign nations. In some parts of the world, investment meant buying up foreign companies. In other parts, it meant buying the nation itself through government debt. (Currently, China is the top foreign holder of U.S.Treasury debt.) But on the African Continent, China takes a different approach: trade and aid. {SWIPE◀️} Source: Panafricanalliance.com #africa #china #debttrapdiplomacy #harrieteve9
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  • Someone tag this gorgeous girl! Inspiration AF 😍
  • Someone tag this gorgeous girl! Inspiration AF 😍
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  • The elephants were my favorite! (Especially the tiny baby ones!😍🐘)
  • The elephants were my favorite! (Especially the tiny baby ones!😍🐘)
  • 52 1 2 hours ago
  • „ Phallus Indusiatus” maybe it is not endemic to Madagascar, and it grows in every tropical region in the world, but yet for me seeing it here, for the first time, was very special. It’s like a plant straight from a fairy tale, but it’s real. I spotted it in the rainforest of Ranomafana. This mushroom’s entire life span is just 1 day. The luck was on my side to see this ephemeral miracle of nature. Commonly named, Netted Stinkhorn emits foul odours entirely unfitting such beauty (to attract the flies and spread through them). Also called “Veiled lady” or “Sexy Mushroom”. #africa #madagascar
  • „ Phallus Indusiatus” maybe it is not endemic to Madagascar, and it grows in every tropical region in the world, but yet for me seeing it here, for the first time, was very special. It’s like a plant straight from a fairy tale, but it’s real. I spotted it in the rainforest of Ranomafana. This mushroom’s entire life span is just 1 day. The luck was on my side to see this ephemeral miracle of nature. Commonly named, Netted Stinkhorn emits foul odours entirely unfitting such beauty (to attract the flies and spread through them). Also called “Veiled lady” or “Sexy Mushroom”. #africa #madagascar
  • 11 1 18 April, 2019
  • 내 떡진머리를 예쁘게 땋아준 소녀 NAI🌿
  • 내 떡진머리를 예쁘게 땋아준 소녀 NAI🌿
  • 318 19 18 April, 2019
  • The zoooooo🤟🤟🤟🤟🤟
  • The zoooooo🤟🤟🤟🤟🤟
  • 27 1 28 October, 2018
  • Quiero desnudarte a besos despacito firmo en las paredes de tu laberinto y hacer de tu cuerpo todo un manuscrito
  • Quiero desnudarte a besos despacito firmo en las paredes de tu laberinto y hacer de tu cuerpo todo un manuscrito
  • 30 1 20 November, 2017
  • 18 1 11 August, 2017
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  • 16 1 24 July, 2017