Monthly Archives: November 2013

nos mamans des valeurs en partage Ker Thiossane

Avec la modération et la facilitation de Maty Ndiaye Sy, de Coumba Toure et de la sociologue Fatou Sow, nous avons tenté de réfléchir ensemble, de croiser nos regards, afin d’identifier cette sagesse invisible et « invisibilisée » des mères … Continue reading

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We will make poverty history 2005 Coumba’ speech in Porto Alegre

Sharing a song, a story, launching the Global Call for Action against Poverty in 2005 at a stadium in Porto Alegre.

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Global entrepreneurship week cesag

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Ashoka Sahel @global entrepreneurship week

En Afrique comme partout ailleurs tout va très vite. Pour le meilleur comme pour le pire, es humains, les informations, les armes à feu et les virus se déplacent à une vitesse qui était inimaginable il y a quelques générations. … Continue reading

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Malibala. Mali the great. Mali, la grande. Un projet de fatou kande senghor un son, une vidéo, une installation (sculpture- video- photo) Music daara j family, performance moona yanni, claire mbeng, ngnima sarr, I’satou, mamie

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Born and raised in the Sahel, I have been privilege enough to be brought up in a family where basic needs were met, and where education was considered important and worth making sacrifices for. I was even more fortunate to … Continue reading

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Jill Vialet believes that playing is essential to human development, and addresses significant education reform issues by encouraging greater creativity and problem-solving skills. This approach, she says, creates learning environments where kids feel safer, more engaged and more connected. Jill launched … Continue reading

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Welcome child! by Coumba Toure

A praise poem for a new child by Coumba Toure – Senegalese feminist changemaker, artist, publisher  and educator. Welcome child To Azali Isisa I welcome you child I welcome you to our world Forgive us it is not very tidy…

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