1. Nagos Sabar M'Bour Jan 2014

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    • Morikeba Kouyate at Harvard University Nov 18 2011

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      Senegal born Morikeba Kouyate was a visiting artist at the Music Department of Harvard University for six weeks in November of 2011, working with Professor Richard Wolf. During his residency he taught students in Richard Wolf's class "Music in Cross-Cultural Perspective" to sing and accompany themselves on the kora, a kind of harp-lute from West Africa.

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      • Et si Latif avait raison ! By Joseph Gaï Ramaka

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        SYNOPSIS Dans le cadre de « L’Observatoire Audiovisuel sur les Libertés », Jo Gaï Ramaka nous livre une réflexion fil­mi­que sur les dis­fonc­tion­ne­ments de la démo­cra­tie séné­ga­laise en inter­ro­geant l’œuvre :« Wade, un oppo­sant au pou­voir - L’alter­nance piégée » écrite par Abdou Latif Coulibaly. A PROPOS DU FILM « De nom­breux citoyens pen­sent que le chan­ge­ment de régime poli­ti­que inter­venu en 2000 au Sénégal n’a rien modi­fié des com­por­te­ments d’hier. Il aurait plutôt conduit à un festin royal, à une « noce » sans fin, à une accé­lé­ra­tion de la course folle vers les riches­ses. Une course de vitesse enga­gée, il est vrai, depuis l’acces­sion du pays à l’indé­pen­dance. Cette fré­né­sie dans le pillage des res­sour­ces du pays a été sou­vent dénon­cée, à juste raison, par ceux qui gou­ver­nent aujourd’hui, alors qu’ils étaient dans l’oppo­si­tion. La rami­fi­ca­tion du sys­tème de pillage des res­sour­ces publi­ques au Sénégal n’a rien à envier à celle uti­li­sée au Zaïre par Mobutu. Seule dif­fère la quan­tité des riches­ses à voler. Aucun sec­teur sus­cep­ti­ble de rap­por­ter de l’argent n’échappe à l’entre­prise et au contrôle direct des tenants du sys­tème « néo-patri­mo­nial. » Cette sen­tence, pro­non­cée par Verschave, garde aujourd’hui encore toute sa per­ti­nence ! Quatre ans après l’alter­nance… Que reste t-il des rêves nour­ris au soir du 19 mars 2000 ? Que reste t-il de cette vic­toire conquise pas à pas, sou­vent au prix d’immen­ses sacri­fi­ces mais aussi de per­sé­vé­rance, de calme et de luci­dité de tout un peuple ? Omar Diop Blondin, Ibnou Diop, Omar Daff, Alhouseyni Cissé… seraient-ils morts pour rien ? Il ne me res­tait plus qu’à retrou­ver les réso­nan­ces et les traces de cette appé­tence de pou­voir qui gan­grène la cons­cience des hommes ici bas. « Et si Latif avait raison ! » Joseph Gaï Ramaka

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        • THE BEST OF THE WORLD SLOW AND LOVE SONGS MIXED BY DJ LAYE

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          THE BEST OF THE WORLD SLOW AND LOVE SONGS MIXED BY DJ LAYE

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          • 23 Giugno 2012 - Finale 2° Torneo dell'Amicizia - Un calcio per l'integrazione

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            23 Giugno 2012 - Finale 2° Torneo dell'Amicizia - Un calcio per l'integrazione

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            • Rôle et apport de la femme Sénégalaise dans le processus de refondation de la nation

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              ID 2012 invite tous les patriotes sénégalais à prendre l'avenir de notre cher pays en main car les enjeux des Présidentielles de 2012 sont trop importants pour être laissés entre les mains de quelques individus. La santé de notre démocratie et l'avenir économique du Sénégal dépendent de notre engagement personnel à faire le meilleur choix parmi les candidats. Joignons nos efforts à ceux de nos compatriotes travaillant d’arrache- pied dans les localités les plus reculées du Sénégal et au niveau de la diaspora pour des élections libres, transparentes et dans la PAIX. Nos actions vont au-delà de 2012 mais que nos voix se fassent entendre MAINTENANT pour élire un président crédible capable de travailler en équipe pour un véritable changement au Sénégal initiativesdiaspora2012.com / initiativesdiaspora2012.net

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              • DEMOCRATIE ET DIPLOMATIE:LE ROLE DU CITOYEN

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                ID 2012 invite tous les patriotes sénégalais à prendre l'avenir de notre cher pays en main car les enjeux des Présidentielles de 2012 sont trop importants pour être laissés entre les mains de quelques individus. La santé de notre démocratie et l'avenir économique du Sénégal dépendent de notre engagement personnel à faire le meilleur choix parmi les candidats. Joignons nos efforts à ceux de nos compatriotes travaillant d’arrache-pied dans les localités les plus reculées du Sénégal et au niveau de la diaspora pour des élections libres, transparentes et dans la PAIX. Nos actions vont au-delà de 2012 mais que nos voix se fassent entendre MAINTENANT pour élire un président crédible capable de travailler en équipe pour un véritable changement au Sénégal www.initiativesdiaspora2012.com / initiativesdiaspora2012.net

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                • Waalo Waalo, independent non-commercial documentary, 69'', Senegal 2009

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                  Waalo Waalo Info In the year of 2006, the General Assembly of the United Nation expressed its concern with the desertification of the planet we inhabit, and particularly with the impoverishment of Africa. Following this assembly, 2006 was to be the International year for Deserts and Desertification. The main goal of this initiative was to support a set of events focusing on awareness on the new challenges posed on countries, international institutions and individuals, and their coordination against the gradual and troublesome impoverishment of arid zones, more and more subjected to the consequences of larger periods of drought. Despite the initiative we are still waiting for an evaluation on the success of the investment made! When we leave our climatized environment in Europe and slowly get to the Sahel, that strip of land under the Sahara desert, the good intentions of the international community are but an echo we repeatedly hear in our pseudo-planetary consciences. We question then what is it that we know about extreme conditions we so much hear about. We question too much on what's said and silenced everyday; about the state of this world and, above all else, the real intentions of people that talk about these issues. As a timid reply to our anxities on less tangible issues we have decided that we would direct independently Waalo Waalo, rejecting any type of pre-fabricated discourse on the value of the situation we went to find in the northern region of Senegal. Any extrapolations, connections, or echo of overly engaged discourses is not of our responsibility. Waalo Waalo is a film taking place in Keur Momar Sarr, in the region of Louga, in the Sahel of Senegal. In this film we follow daily activities around the village, focusing on access to water. In the houses of Keur Momar Sarr, in the neighboring village of Robo or in the farther Ndialbenabe Macka, potable water is a ever present concern and a heavy weight in people's actions. The contradiction is there, the proximity of villages with and without water resources, exploited locally by a national private company. Politics can be felt in the air. But despite hardships people show their dignity rejecting being victims, associating themselves among them. The name Waalo Waalo simbolizes the people that inhabit this area, which before colonial times was the kingdom of Waalo, a name that has endured despite the desintegration of the social structures. Waalo Waalo is not supposed to be a film about Africa or about Senegal. it is not supposed to be an african film, a particularistic or a general film. It is a result of the many people that have crossed its way in a contributing fashion.

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                  • Leadership Talk avec Dr Aliou Sow

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                    Revivez ici le leadership talk avec Dr Aliou Sow! Memorable! Journaliste de formation et Enseignant - Chercheur à l’Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar, Dr Aliou Sow n’en est pas moins un homme politique aguerri. Député puis plusieurs fois Ministre, Dr Sow est depuis 2012 à la tête du Mouvement des Patriotes pour le Développement, MPD/LIGGEEY, dont il assure le présidence. Il est par ailleurs, actuel Conseiller régional à Kaffrine et Président du Conseil rural de Ndiognick. Lire le bio complet de Dr Aliou Sow en cliquant sur ce lien: http://www.synapsecenter.org/aliou-sow

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                    • Mentorship and supervision of health care providers to improve the quality of maternal health services (2 of 2 videos)

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                      Global Maternal Health Conference 2013 This session focused on the support needed for clinical care providers for improvement of the quality of care for their patients. Mony described the nurse mentoring program in India which showed that especially in resource poor settings support for nurses was needed. Dioh told the audience about a program in Senegal where mentors especially focus on MNCH/FP and malaria services which led to better health outcomes and greater client satisfaction. Isabirye described how the Saving Mothers Giving Life program was being rolled out in Uganda to reduce maternal mortality there. Improvements were seen not only clinically, but also in record keeping and increase in clientele. Cunningham described a program in India which not only allowed for better training for clinicians, but a boost to their confidence and skills, enabling them to become better clinicians. Anatole let the audience know about PIH's program in Rwanda where mentoring and supervision allowed for dramatic improvements in vital sign and danger sign awareness. Moderator: Prem Mony, St John’s Research Institute Improving quality of maternal and neonatal health care in primary health centres: Design and implementation of an on-site, nurse mentoring program in Karnataka state, India Prem Mony, St John’s Research Institute Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Mony%20790.pdf Mentoring maternal health providers—The Senegal approach Étienne Dioh, IntraHealth International Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Dioh%20422.pdf Empowering health care providers to improve the quality of maternal health care using low cost, high impact QI interventions in two districts of Western Uganda Paul Isabirye, URC/USAID Health Care Improvement Project Abstract:https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Isabirye%20631.pdf Improving quality of maternal and newborn services through a mentoring process: Results of a baseline survey in northern Karnataka Lloyd Troydon Cunningham, Karnataka Health Promotion Trust Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Cunningham%20821.pdf Integrated mentoring and enhanced supervision to improve the quality of maternal health care delivery in resource-limited settings Manzi Anatole, Partners In Health Abstract: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/Anatole%201135.pdf Presentation: https://meeting.tfigroup.com/TFI/media/uploaded/EVTFI/event_743/c_Anatole%20Manzi%20-%20Integrated%20mentoring%20and%20enhanced%20supervision%20to%20improve%20the%20quality%20of%20maternal%20health_Manzi.pdf Filmed in Arusha, Tanzania. Tuesday, 15 January 2013

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