1. 2014 Happy Holidays from DRC Video

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    Wishing everyone a very happy holiday season!

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    • Wezesha Project - Winter 2014 Update

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      This video update focuses on the success that Wezesha Project has been having in the Uvira region of South Kivu, Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. See the 66 self graduates that we have had, see a rare glimpse into community survey, and learn about two new lending sites planned in the region.

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      • IMA World Health's ASSP Project: Year One

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        In 2013 the UK government awarded IMA $283 million dollars to rebuild the health care system in 5 provinces of DRC. This is what we've accomplished so far.

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        • CROSSROADS — Road to Justice — Democratic Republic of Congo

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          The Democratic Republic of Congo has been torned by twenty years of war and armed conflict for an estimated 6 millions of victimes — the bloodiest conflict since WWII. In order to put an end to impunity, the Congolese government ratified the Rome Status, committing itself to bring perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity to trial and give reparations to the victims of conflict. Through the voices of the many local stakeholders who engage to make justice a reality in DRC, this short documentary illustrates the many challenges that remain to bring justice to the ones who most need it. This movie has been directed by Alexis Bouvy and produced by Local Voices, in the frame of the project "Crossroads — Together for International Justice", a project by Lawyers Without Borders. To know more about the project and see other related movies : roadtojustice.com

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          • MONUSCO Gender Song

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            This is an old video clip of a song made by a congolese band called "Clé De Sol" for the Gender unit of United Nations mission for the Democratic Republic of Congo. The song was composed specially on demand and the video clip had to be made in one morning due to time constraints.

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            • Growing Together: Real Stories of Local Sourcing in Africa

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              Our partnering for growth ambition in Africa has made tangible progress over the years – impacting both our business and the communities in which we operate. This collaboration provides real, inclusive growth for the continent. Within HEINEKEN we are deeply convinced that local farmers are helping us to develop our business, “day after day” by growing the agricultural raw materials we need. To showcase the positive results of our ‘’Partners for growth’’ program we have developed our GROWING TOGETHER campaign based on real stories of farmers working with us. Read More: http://3blmedia.com/News/Growing-Together-Real-Stories-Local-Sourcing-Africa © 2014 | 3BL Media/Client | All Rights Reserved

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              • Dan River Church - Pastor Scott Randlett - Great Joy - 12-7-2014

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                Pastor Scott Randlett continues our Christmas series entitled "The Great Exchange" with his message on how to have Great Joy.

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                • We Live Day by Day

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                  A slice of memory and life by Jean Lambert, a Rotary Peace Fellow and a very dear friend. ## Jean-Lambert Chalachala, Democratic Republic of the Congo Department of Maternal and Child Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Jean Lambert graduated from the department of medicine at the University of Kisangani in 2002. After graduating, he went to the village of Yakusu to help with the rehabilitation of their main hospital that had been completely destroyed and looted during the successive waves of war violence. With the help of local communities, the hospital was again serving patients within 3 months of his arrival. With no available resources, Jean Lambert began going to the nearby villages to provide medical consultations and other basic services to the population who were unable to come to the hospital either because it was too far or they were too ill to walk. Following residency, in 2006, he worked as an emergency doctor with Doctors without Borders (a humanitarian medical NGO). He began touring the country to lead responses to epidemic outbreaks that were generalized as the health system continued to collapse. In 2008, he received an opportunity to work for a year with Doctors of the World in a project providing medical and social support to the Kinshasa street children. At that time, the University of North Carolina was the dominant provider of HIV services in the DRC and was conducting a lot a research. When Jean Lambert received the opportunity to join the UNC team in Kinshasa, he welcomed it and started volunteering to help anyone in the team with their research project. For the past 5 years that he worked with UNC Programs in the DRC, he helped implement many different research projects. Africa and elsewhere in the world, where war and conflict are present, will only have lasting peace, when people are in good health and have the ability to rebuild their lives beyond the traumatic events they have been through. Upon completion of the Rotary World Peace Program, Jean Lambert is going to contribute to building health systems that can efficiently care for the populations by pursuing a career within maternal and child health as well as in research. More on the Rotary Peace Fellowships: rotary.org/myrotary/en/get-involved/exchange-ideas/peace-fellowships The Duke-UNC Class 13 Fellows: rotarypeacecenternc.org/peace-fellow-profiles/current-fellows/class-13/

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                  • Dan River Church - Pastor Matt Willmington - The Great Exchange- 11-30-2014

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                    Pastor Matt Willmington kicks off our Christmas series entitled "The Great Exchange."

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                    • Dan River Church - Pastor Andrew Segre - Overwhelmed- 11-23-2014

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                      Pastor Andrew Segre speaks to us during this holiday season about how to not be "Overwhelmed."

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