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WAVA, LLC is an American firm investing in visionary West African entrepreneurs. In 2011, WAVA invested in the West African Youth Agenda Against Corrupt Practices (WAYAACP), a Liberian NGO empowering youth through semi-urban agricultural projects.
Scene from Madventures West Africa episode. Riku and Tunna witness an extraordinary Amegan Voodoo ritual in a village in Togo. Almost the whole village falls into trance in this powerful ceremony. More information at www.madventures.tv
African philanthropists and donors putting money in African ventures have been urged to put more money into ventures that will create entrepreneurs and sustainable development. Tony Elumelu, Nigerian billionaire and founder of The Tony Elumelu Foundation says there should be a different model of intervention in Africa. Elumelu is giving out one hundred million dollars in the next ten years, to ten thousand Africa start ups as capital. Our reporter Andrew Ochieng is in Lagos Nigeria and compiled the following report. Watch more NTV Kenya videos at ntv.co.ke and nation.co.ke. Follow @ntvkenya on Twitter and like our page on Facebook: NTV Kenya.
www.nyowoskillz.com www.nyowoskillz.com www.nyowoskillz.com This is a 3rd Division Soccer League in West Africa (Monrovia, Liberia). NyowoSkillz brings to you video footage of 3rd division soccer League in West Africa (Monrovia, Liberia). This game was played at Tubman High School Stadium. www.nyowoskillz.com www.nyowoskillz.com www.nyowoskillz.com
As Sahbu departs Liberia in October of 2012, Mitch contemplates on the goals he accomplishes for his non-profit Sahbu, an organization put together to search for the less fortunate in West Africa, and gives them an opportunity in education. Sahbu rescues former child soldiers, teen prostitutes, and child slaves and gives them a chance at life. To learn more, please go to www.sahbu.org, or follow us at facebook.com/sahbusearch.
I sat down with Paul Roberts, CEO of Predictive Discovery, to talk about the company's exploration in West Africa. Visit https://www.juniorinsider.com to become an insider. Predictive Descovery: http://www.predictivediscovery.com Predictive Discovery on CEO.CA: https://ceo.ca/pdi.ax Forward looking statements: Certain information set forth by interviewee’s contain “forward-looking information”, including “future oriented financial information” and “financial outlook”, under applicable securities laws (collectively referred to herein as forward-looking statements). Except for statements of historical fact, information contained herein constitutes forward-looking statements and includes, but is not limited to, the (i) projected financial performance of the Company; (ii) completion of, ...
More food is being produced on farms in Cote d’Ivoire, Sierra Leone and across West Africa. What’s behind this big boost to #agriculture and #farming? Better seeds! To view videos on WAAPP, click on the following links: https://youtu.be/GJn8BS-QFNs | https://youtu.be/J2n82lN_x8k | https://youtu.be/U6Thzt6w3JA | #AfricaFeedsAfrica | #IDAworks
'Spinach Stew' is a popular cuisine -- a style of cooking in Sierra Leone and most of West Africa. For the recipe more info on African cuisines, please go to: http://www.konakamara.com/blog/2012/09/18/spinach-stew-with-jasmine-rice-receipe/ ** Please visit -- http://www.kamaraventures.com/business-options.aspx -- for an exciting business opportunity! ** Kona's Personal Retail Website for Nutrition, Beauty, Bath & Body, Home and Numerous Other Products: http://tinyurl.com/kamarashop ** On FaceBook: http://www.facebook.com/KamaraVentures ** On Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/konakamara
Snails may not mean much to many people in Africa. But to some farmers in Ghana, commercial snail farming may be the gatepass, out of poverty. CCTV's Peninah Karibe toured one of the snail farms in the West African state, and filed this report about what is now being referred to as Ghana's new gold.
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Edward Colston (2 November 1636 – 11 October 1721) was a Bristol-born English slave trader, merchant and Member of Parliament. Much of his wealth, although used often for philanthropic purposes, was acquired through the trade and exploitation of slaves. He endowed schools and almshouses and his name is commemorated in several Bristol landmarks, streets, three schools and the Colston bun. Early life: Colston was born on 2 November 1636 in Church Street, Bristol, the youngest of at least 15 children. His parents were William Colston, a prosperous merchant and Sarah (née Batten). He was brought up in Bristol until the time of the English Civil War, when he probably lived for a while on his father's estate in Winterbourne, just north of the city. The family then moved to London where...