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Right,
very exited to express my self about my weekly schedule.This week I am trying to stay for a long time with the bashi community,my community to sympatjise with them.
As you know DRC has just finished election process and the all people in the country believe in them to bring peace,to alleviate poverty and establish peace.this time I launched a focuss discussion to draw out what my community is waiting from the new comming paradise according to them.

They are expecting new agreement with other governement to come and invest in multisector to improve food security,shelter,HIV,education and what ever.
This 16th,most of them semm very happy from the kabila victory.
I would like you to delight closely with my community which trust in new comming days.

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Please find some picture expressing Ngweshe liveli hood.
I 'll try to send more photo in the new discussion,I am sure that wi will go throug the deep village because FDLR(interahamwe people will be guided to come back to their country .

i was not able to take some interahamwe picture living in Ngweshe and causing some mader against people fearing their unkind bihaviour.
In new future I will try.
have a look on the Ngweshe pictures.

Guillaume.

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I pleased to inform that some point of insecurity still existing previous in walungu village are evacuated and people have returned.

Guillaume
local representative.

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Walungu village in Ngweshe district had recovered the peace along the transition process .
The democratic republic of congo had set up the democratic governement and activities had started up.
All regions are improving their agriculture activities to suit the food needs in quality and quqntity as required in food security but still coping with some start up agriculture needs.

In walungu community,agricultures are cultivating their land,planting fodder to sustainable their live stock.

looking for help to bring back cows in the farms to breed.

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Guillaume kahomboshi chibanvunya wrote:
Walungu village in Ngweshe district had recovered the peace along the transition process .
The democratic republic of congo had set up the democratic governement and activities had started up.
All regions are improving their agriculture activities to suit the food needs in quality and quqntity as required in food security but still coping with some start up agriculture needs.

In walungu community,agricultures are cultivating their land,planting fodder to sustainable their live stock.

looking for help to bring back cows in the farms to breed.
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Dear neighbours,

This is a place for us, neighbours of this village, to get to know each others better and to talk about anything.

So let me first tell you sth about myself - several months ago I came back from Sweden where I studied for my master degree. Now I work in a bank in my home country, Bosnia & Herzegovina.

I have a great passion for travelling, foreign languages and cultures. Besides, I love photographing and latino dances; right now I'm quite infected by salsa :)

I would like to know about you, your interests, your everyday life...

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Hello,
thanks so much for ur mail,really nice to hear from you,
i have 2 degrees in Economics and psychology.
i am from a family of 6 i lost my father last year nov.
i love traveling couse of the nature of my business.i am a well traveled person after visiting about 17 countries .
it nice meeting you.
hope to read from you soon.
regards
collins

Sonja Marjanovic wrote:
Dear neighbours,

This is a place for us, neighbours of this village, to get to know each others better and to talk about anything.

So let me first tell you sth about myself - several months ago I came back from Sweden where I studied for my master degree. Now I work in a bank in my home country, Bosnia & Herzegovina.

I have a great passion for travelling, foreign languages and cultures. Besides, I love photographing and latino dances; right now I'm quite infected by salsa :)

I would like to know about you, your interests, your everyday life...[/quote]

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Hellooo to all good people here...
I'm Tarik from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo
Currently, I am working as a media monitor and have a few more exams to finish history studies in Sarajevo.. 25 years old - soon 26:)- vegeterian, like foreign languages,history, people and volunteering... Like to work, help, and to get some new experiences..
Regards to all good people here:)
Tarik

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I wel come all walungu's neighbours.Sory for what happen to collins last month.
I am very glad to hear from you men and ladies.I am Guillaume kahomboshi from DRC.Agronomist and have humaniotarian experience.I like music,I dream to travel in asia area to learn from them the level of initiative and very interested to improove my english skills.

I am keen on voluteering,saving life.I have been appointed two time to go in Nepal to work as volunteer but things panned out because of the war.
First with Nepalees reliance agency,secondery with action against hunger UK to work in Mugu and Hamla as a food security expert.Demonstration in nepal and the death of AAH staff in srilanka let my boss to stop my contract after my breifing in paris december 2007.

Multicultural things,languages,dances,people are my dream.
I wish all of you a travel in DRC.

let know each other along this process.

Guillaume kahomboshi
Walungu LR

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Hi Sonja,
As you have requested me to join your village, I am ready for any activities in your village. Tell me more about it. I think you are aware about my organization but we did not yet given a village. We hope in the future we will get a village.
Love,
Joh

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Hi John, welcome to Walungu. I'm sending you a short decription on what is going on in the village. For the begining you could involve in our discussion here and give your suggestions and ideas.

It would be nice if you told us a bit about your organization, who you are and what you do. Looking forward to reading from you.

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Hello everybody,

My name is Tanja, I grew up in Bulgaria and I have a Master of Science in Wood Technology and a Master of Business Administration with self created concentration in International Business. For the last 8 years I traveled a lot and lived on three continents. I studied in Bulgaria, US and Hong Kong and I am very interested in sustainable development, social entrepreneurship and microfinance. I just came back from Cambodia where I worked on an organic rice supply chain as a part of the Global Young Leaders Program in Hong Kong. Currently I am trying very unsuccessfully to learn Mandarin. My husband and I love hiking and clean air ( you can understand the last comment if you have been to China).I am excited to see the enthusiasm in this village :))

Looking forward to working with all of you :))

Tanja

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Tanja once again welcome to Walungu team, happy to see a lady on board although I feel very nice among all these wonderful gentlemen :)

Yes, the community is excited and so are we, the neighbours:) we are really very motivated to help Walungu people to achieve empowerment and to realize their dreams.

Guys, hope to talk to all of you more and to get to know you better. In Bosnia we have a habit of gathering to drink turkish coffee and to talk about anything, so I'm inviting you here for a coffee and some social chat :)

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Goodmorning neighbours of Walungu,
I just joined this village and I see already some familiar
faces. Hi Ken! We have already in the village Ramakur in India. I think you are doing a wonderful job with your knowledge and material, worldwide. If I am not wrong,Praveen was also present in Ramakur. Raul and Tanja both are living in my neighbourhood ( approx. 20 kilometers).
I have participated already in other villages of Nabuur and I have noticed that the whole project leans heavily on the local representative. I am convinced that the people in the village should "lead" the other neighbours. Leading in the sense that they inform us constantly about the day to day reality in the village. From what I have read, I think that
Guillaume (bonjour Guillaume) is a very committed and active spokesman.
I am not so sure about my own role in the project. Because I write about development aid and have some useful contacts, I hope that I can be of use. I have a lot of questions and I will post them in the different sections.
Have a nice Sunday!
Best regards,
Nico

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Thanks for the message Sonja. How is everything with you? I wil send you the information about Congolese Youth Union for Peace and Development as soon as possible. I will also be happy to read more about what you are doing in walungu.
I am a Congolese and I know Walungu place.
Thanks in advance.
I wish you a blessed Easter.
Love,
John
Sonja Marjanovic wrote:
Hi John, welcome to Walungu. I'm sending you a short decription on what is going on in the village. For the begining you could involve in our discussion here and give your suggestions and ideas.

It would be nice if you told us a bit about your organization, who you are and what you do. Looking forward to reading from you.[/quote]

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