• Bujumbura, Burundi, Central Market

    One afternoon recently I grabbed some images of the Central Market place in Bujumburu, Burundi.

    published: 28 Mar 2015
  • Burundi - Main Market on Fire.

    Today 27th January-2013. Main Market in Burundi Bujumbura (East Africa) got fire and almost finished every thing inside. Appx 5000 family were depending on this market. more than 75 % family become poor in just one morning. Pray for them.

    published: 27 Jan 2013
  • Abanya Kigali bararira ayo kwarika kubera ibiribwa byavaga i Burundi byabuze

    published: 20 Aug 2016
  • Burundi's 12 month crisis causes economic contraction

    Burundi's economy is on a downward spiral as violence continues 12 months after President Pierre Nkuruziza announced that he would be seeking a third term in office. More than 400 people have been killed and another quarter of a million displaced.

    published: 28 Apr 2016
  • Walking through Bujumbura Market, Burundi Dec 2012

    I was attempting to conceal the fact that I was filming this. Most people in the market wouldn't have been entirely happy about being filmed, or at least that's what our Burundian colleague suggested.

    published: 29 Dec 2012
  • near the central market in Bujumbura, Burundi

    published: 20 Mar 2009
  • Burundi Doesn't Have Enough Money To Make Money

    Burundi hardly has any money or infrastructure. Their best hope may be foreign investment in nickel mining, but political crises hamper any help. Follow Elizabeth Hagedorn: http://www.twitter.com/elizhagedorn See more at http://www.newsy.com Transcript: In Burundi, the world's second-poorest country based on per capita GDP, the economy was beyond bleak even before all this. (Video via Voice of America) The country's latest round of violence, brought on by protests over President Pierre Nkurunziza's re-election bid, spell more trouble for Burundi's shaky economy. (Video via U.S. State Department) Cyclical poverty has haunted the country since the eruption of a 12-year civil war in 1993, which left Burundi with hardly any money and little infrastructure. Burundi's best hope for the fut...

    published: 12 Jun 2015
  • BURUNDI: MASSACRE UPDATE

    Eng/French/Nat The government of Burundi has denied the army was involved in the massacre of at least 150 people in the north-east of the country last week. But an Italian priest told APTV he believed the killings were the work of soldiers, who retaliated after a grenade attack on a military driver. Another victim of the continuing ethnic violence in the central African country of Burundi. This man was found dead on the main road out of the capital, Bujumbura. Exactly how he died, why and by whom he was killed is unknown. Further up in the north-east of the country, reports are still coming in of the massacre of at least 150 people in Gasorwe. The village has been deserted - its mud huts are abandoned and the market stalls have been destroyed. Most reports about the...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • BURUNDI: RADIO REPORTS OF A MASSACRE AT KAJAGA VILLAGE

    English/Nat Burundi radio reported on Saturday that a family of seven had been massacred at Kajaga village near Bujumbura. Unfortunately, these kind of massacres are commonplace in this African nation where human rights officials put the death toll in its civil war at 150-thousand people since 1993. Like neighbouring Rwanda, tiny Burundi is torn apart by tribal strife, pitting the Tutsi, who control the government and the military against the Hutu, who comprise the majority of the population. To take a look around Burundi's capital of Bujumbura, one would have no idea a civil war is raging in the hills above the city. But, since 1993, a war has claimed the lives of 150-thousand people, with Hutu rebels making repeated attacks on the Tutsi army and citizens in capital city. ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • A FAO successful project in Burundi: ''Support to post-harvest fisheries technology''

    Fisheries play an important role in the economic and social life in Burundi. Yet, about 10 to 15% of the harvest was lost during the processing phase. Fish drying, which is the most common processing technique in the country, was done generally on bare ground. This has led to partial or total alteration of the products, and has considerably reduced both income and livelihoods all along the value chain. In response to these issues, FAO (the Food and Agriculture organization of the United Nations) and the Burundi Fisheries Directorate started a project of 282,000 US dollars to improve fish processing method and reduce losses. In 2004, Mvugo, a fishing village located in the South on the shore of lake Tanganyika, was chosen as the pilot site of the project where a demonstration platform for i...

    published: 03 Jul 2014
  • 1974 East Africa, VW Combi Trip, part 5, Burundi & Tanzania, By Boat, From Bujumbura, To Kigoma

    UJIJI, Near Kigoma... on the "road" from Bujumbura to Lubumbashi, along the Tanganika Lake, Tanzanian Side. Les 5 parties de ce voyage dans l' Est-Africain, sont à retrouver avec "habarisalam+east africa" ou "habarisalam+vw combi" . Dernière partie du voyage : On Charge Notre Combi VW sur un Bateau dans le Port de Bujumbura (Burundi) . Une Nuit de Navigation pour Rejoindre Le Port De Kigoma, en Tanzanie. Visite de Ujiji, près de Kigoma. Retour à Lubumbashi en Longeant le Lac Tanganika, du coté tanzanien. On Rejoint la Tanzam, la grand-route qui relie la Zambie à Dar-es-Salam. Nous remontons vers le Congo, via le CopperBelt zambien. Ouf, Six semaines de voyages et camping qui se terminent sans trop d' encombres, sur les pistes africaines, en ayant découvert des petits coins de paradis ...

    published: 12 May 2014
  • Life Excellence Training Center Burundi, Africa

    View fundraiser for training center here! https://www.purecharity.com/life-excellence-center Burundi suffered a terrible loss when the main market in the capital city of Bujumbura caught fire on January 27, 2013 destroying the market and displacing 5000 vendors. The livelihood of thousands of people was wiped out in just a few hours, but there is hope for those who were affected by the fire. Efforts began in August 2013 to develop a plan for reconstruction through a partnership between four organizations. The four organizations are Connecting All Parents with Schools (CAPS), Sharing Hope and Peace on Earth (SHAPE) International, Service to Humanity for Integrations, Neighbourliness and Equity (SHINE), and Syndicat General des Commercants (SYGECO). SYGECO is the Burundi trade union that rep...

    published: 06 Oct 2013
  • 2 Dead in Grenade Explosion in Burundi Market | World | News7 Tamil |

    2 Dead in Grenade Explosion in Burundi Market | World | News7 Tamil | NEWS7 TAMIL http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil News 7 Tamil Television, part of Alliance Broadcasting Private Limited, is rapidly growing into a most watched and most respected news channel both in India as well as among the Tamil global diaspora. The channel’s strength has been its in-depth coverage coupled with the quality of international television production.

    published: 23 May 2015
  • African Corner TV - visit Ruvumera Market Bujumbura Burundi

    African Corner TV - visit Ruvumera Market Bujumbura Burundi , give the Love to your own people is hard as Love yours self

    published: 07 Feb 2012
  • Burundi-New president to form transitional govt

    T/I 10:26:29 Pierre Buyoya, who took power in Burundi last week in a bloodless coup, said on Sunday (28/7) he wanted the deposed Hutu leaders, who have taken refuge in foreign embassies, to stay in Burundi. SHOWS: BUJUMBURA, BURUNDI 27-28/7: 27/7: oxen walking down street; 28/7: little boy riding bike with man; child with bowl on head; people riding bikes and walking along street; ws of street full of cars; gvs of market place; cu of little children gathered around camera; ws of cars in street; ext of church; priest officiating at service; vs of ms and cu of congregation; cu of priest; cu of choir boys; self-appointed interim president, Tutsi Major Pierre Buyoya, walking into presser; cutaway; buyoya engsot saying "for weeks in bujumbura, in partic...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • E BURUNDI & E RWANDA service M PAY

    M-PAY is the most complete and adaptable mobile money platform on the market. With M-PAY any existing phone can be used as a payment tool, no matter the handset or operator.

    published: 15 Jan 2015
Bujumbura, Burundi, Central Market

Bujumbura, Burundi, Central Market

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One afternoon recently I grabbed some images of the Central Market place in Bujumburu, Burundi.
https://wn.com/Bujumbura,_Burundi,_Central_Market
Burundi - Main Market on Fire.

Burundi - Main Market on Fire.

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Today 27th January-2013. Main Market in Burundi Bujumbura (East Africa) got fire and almost finished every thing inside. Appx 5000 family were depending on this market. more than 75 % family become poor in just one morning. Pray for them.
https://wn.com/Burundi_Main_Market_On_Fire.
Abanya Kigali bararira ayo kwarika kubera ibiribwa byavaga i Burundi byabuze

Abanya Kigali bararira ayo kwarika kubera ibiribwa byavaga i Burundi byabuze

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Burundi's 12 month crisis causes economic contraction

Burundi's 12 month crisis causes economic contraction

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Burundi's economy is on a downward spiral as violence continues 12 months after President Pierre Nkuruziza announced that he would be seeking a third term in office. More than 400 people have been killed and another quarter of a million displaced.
https://wn.com/Burundi's_12_Month_Crisis_Causes_Economic_Contraction
Walking through Bujumbura Market, Burundi Dec 2012

Walking through Bujumbura Market, Burundi Dec 2012

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I was attempting to conceal the fact that I was filming this. Most people in the market wouldn't have been entirely happy about being filmed, or at least that's what our Burundian colleague suggested.
https://wn.com/Walking_Through_Bujumbura_Market,_Burundi_Dec_2012
near the central market in Bujumbura, Burundi

near the central market in Bujumbura, Burundi

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Burundi Doesn't Have Enough Money To Make Money

Burundi Doesn't Have Enough Money To Make Money

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Burundi hardly has any money or infrastructure. Their best hope may be foreign investment in nickel mining, but political crises hamper any help. Follow Elizabeth Hagedorn: http://www.twitter.com/elizhagedorn See more at http://www.newsy.com Transcript: In Burundi, the world's second-poorest country based on per capita GDP, the economy was beyond bleak even before all this. (Video via Voice of America) The country's latest round of violence, brought on by protests over President Pierre Nkurunziza's re-election bid, spell more trouble for Burundi's shaky economy. (Video via U.S. State Department) Cyclical poverty has haunted the country since the eruption of a 12-year civil war in 1993, which left Burundi with hardly any money and little infrastructure. Burundi's best hope for the future lies in two places: across the sea and under the ground. Burundi houses about six percent of the world's nickel reserves with one of the 10 largest undeveloped nickel deposits in the world. Even though nickel is down in world metal markets, this kind of resource could help get the country a little bit of revenue to help the economy and ease poverty— if Burundi had the resources to start mining. (Video via Victory Nickel) In short, Burundi is so poor that it doesn't have enough money to start making money, which is why it needs help from foreign investors like the Kermas Group. The Kermas Group, based in the U.K., is the majority owner of Burundi Mining Metallurgy, a South African company that purchased a Burundi mining site in 2014. That mine will also be 15 percent owned by the Burundi government, meaning that some mining revenue will finally start flowing in the country's budget, even if most of the money is going back to Britain and South Africa. (Video via CCTV Africa) The foreign owners of the site will also provide the cash to build energy resources. Even independently owned mines that employ Burundians can help inject some money into the economy. Still, Burundi's ideal investment situation involves an international agency with money helping the government make money. (Video via NTV Uganda) Burundi has been trying desperately to attract foreign investment for a few years now, offering tax exemptions and investment incentives to companies who buy land and employ Burundi workers. But again, that process has been stalled by civil unrest. Investors are rarely looking to enter a market where the government is as tenuous as Burundi's— and May's unsuccessful coup attempt didn't do much to reassure the international community. Belgium, Burundi's former colonial ruler and biggest international donor, has threatened to cut off aid to the country if Nkurunziza runs for a third term, which figures to make the country's economic prospects even worse. Burundi is also prone to some of the intense ethnic divisions that have plagued nearby countries like Rwanda and Uganda, which stoke fears of terrorism and possible genocide. (Video via Al Jazeera) So, while political unrest continues to throw Burundian politics into chaos, it also scares off foreign investment in the country— which may be Burundi's best hope for a recovery. Sources: Voice of America http://www.voanews.com/content/burundi-political-crisis-african-union-summit/2816025.html The U.S. State Department https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WGo6jmbDkM&feature=youtu.be&t=190 Victory Nickel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKh5efIJcZ0 Kermas Investment Group http://www.kermas.com/en/mining/ CCTV Africa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQOma40IS5Y Christine Vaufrey https://www.flickr.com/photos/christing/5669419104/in/photolist-9CZfMf-8nb6iD-mmn43-8gJzeE-8gFi3M-GZwop-9CWk86-7b9D6o-8gJzSh-8gJzEA-8gFhKx-9E3z6f-GZuWy-6pmuVB-GZaHg-9CZfQN-6pqDpf-7dDPQS-GZyzp-GZwqX-8QyRL-8iuYB-GZsGi-8gJzq1-GZDyy-9DZGqM-6pqDsd-9E3zfJ-9UDCPJ-9WEj3z-GZBbQ-9WH9wS-9SQqSS-GZvmQ-GZA6B-GZoss-GZr3v-9jwxWX-GZytR-8QyRJ-4M9xaP-GZbzv-GZFtP-GZtAL-GZsjJ-8mRHm3-GZbGg-GZxNJ-GZbLy-GZegX NTV Uganda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nc7ZRl0NBV8 Burundi Investment Promotion Authority http://www.investburundi.com/en/5-reasons-to-invest-in-burundi Burundi Ministry of Energy and Mining http://www.bi.undp.org/content/dam/burundi/docs/publications/Investment%20opportunities%20in%20renewable%20energy%20Burundi.pdf Getty Images http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/president-of-burundi-pierre-nkurunziza-and-u-s-secretary-of-news-photo/453171148 Al Jazeera https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dbLFqK-ReA Image via: Getty Images / Alex Wong http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/president-of-burundi-pierre-nkurunziza-makes-remarks-to-news-photo/453171124
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BURUNDI: MASSACRE UPDATE

BURUNDI: MASSACRE UPDATE

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Eng/French/Nat The government of Burundi has denied the army was involved in the massacre of at least 150 people in the north-east of the country last week. But an Italian priest told APTV he believed the killings were the work of soldiers, who retaliated after a grenade attack on a military driver. Another victim of the continuing ethnic violence in the central African country of Burundi. This man was found dead on the main road out of the capital, Bujumbura. Exactly how he died, why and by whom he was killed is unknown. Further up in the north-east of the country, reports are still coming in of the massacre of at least 150 people in Gasorwe. The village has been deserted - its mud huts are abandoned and the market stalls have been destroyed. Most reports about the killings say the attackers wore army uniforms, suggesting the Tutsi-dominated military was involved. But the government denies the army is attacking Hutus and accused the media of sensationalism. SOUNDBITE: (In French) "So it's my opinion that the information (that 150 people were killed) is completely false. The authorities are involved in more important things, like humanitarian aid, rather than military operations." SUPER CAPTION: Lieutenant Colonel Nicodemus Ndurirubusa - advisor to Burundi prime minister But an Italian priest who runs a mission in the nearby village of Gisanze told APTV of the events leading up to the killings. He said he believed trouble started when a military driver was injured by a grenade and soldiers retaliated. SOUNDBITE: (In French) "And after they came from Muyinga, from there the soldiers began killing in many different places. They started firing guns to frighten people. And the people escaped and in the swamp that's where we found the military with the bayonets." SUPER CAPTION: Priest Paul Stasi The killings were first reported by US ambassador Robert Krueger, who has been talking to survivors and witnesses of ethnic violence. He told APTV he was determined to find out the truth behind the killings and said he believed the violence was perpetrated by a small minority of extremists. SOUNDBITE: "My judgement is that the majority of people in this country want peace, the majority want justice, the majority want reconciliation. But the country is being driven by a small minority at this time. A small minority of extremists who kill with impunity, who torture, who intimidate. Every person in the country virtually is afraid." SUPER CAPTION: Robert Krueger - US ambassador to Burundi Since independence in 1962, Burundi's Hutus and Tutsis have fought each other for control of the country. More than 100-thousand people have been killed since a failed October 1993 coup attempt by members of the Tutsi-dominated army. However, observers believe neither side is powerful enough to launch a large-scale massacre like the one in Rwanda last year. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/adb9dff17e95243534da1e673d113553 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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BURUNDI: RADIO REPORTS OF A MASSACRE AT KAJAGA VILLAGE

BURUNDI: RADIO REPORTS OF A MASSACRE AT KAJAGA VILLAGE

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English/Nat Burundi radio reported on Saturday that a family of seven had been massacred at Kajaga village near Bujumbura. Unfortunately, these kind of massacres are commonplace in this African nation where human rights officials put the death toll in its civil war at 150-thousand people since 1993. Like neighbouring Rwanda, tiny Burundi is torn apart by tribal strife, pitting the Tutsi, who control the government and the military against the Hutu, who comprise the majority of the population. To take a look around Burundi's capital of Bujumbura, one would have no idea a civil war is raging in the hills above the city. But, since 1993, a war has claimed the lives of 150-thousand people, with Hutu rebels making repeated attacks on the Tutsi army and citizens in capital city. Burundian President Pierre Buyoya came into power in coup in 1996, unseating sitting President Sylvestre Npibantunganya. The coup has brought economic sanctions by east African nations which still aren't lifted due to the unstable human rights situation there. Although Buyoya has renounced violence and resigned his position in the army, his peculiar actions like rejecting the Tanzanian initiative for Peace for his own peace plan have puzzled seasoned Africa watchers. The former army major sounds like a dove in interviews. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Our hope is to make progress in the peace process...maybe to come to a cease fire, maybe to come to a consensus of a new political management of the country. SUPER CAPTION: Pierre Buyoya, President of Burundi Burundian troops, like the ones manning this checkpoint, have been accused of human rights violations much like the Hutu rebels they're fighting. The troops are trying to project a new image, like protecting these Hutu citizens. These Hutu, who work in the capital, may have the most dangerous commute in Africa - they live in the hills above Bujumbura where the brunt of the fighting is. They're constantly caught in the cross fire or targeted by the warring factions in this conflict. The Buyoya government has reinforced checkpoints, even having soldiers ride with commuters to help quell the violence. The soldiers' mission is two pronged: to protect citizens and check vehicles for weapons and other illegal goods. Due to recent fighting, 9-thousand Burundians, mostly Hutu, have been displaced by fighting. The displaced go to Camp Johnson, a camp run by an eccentric elderly American named Johnson who does not give interviews. Without facilities like Camp Johnson, many of the Burundians displaced by the fighting would have nowhere else to go. If there's anything positive to report, the economy is thriving, despite sanctions from other east African nations. The central market in Bujumbura is full of food; cash seems to be changing hands. The only goods the embargo seems to be keeping out are medicine and clothing. Some Africa watchers thought the economic sanctions would bring Burundi to its knees, but this hasn't happened. But, whether or not Burundi explodes with the tribal violence that plagued neighbouring Rwanda is still anyone's guess. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/11496f4f32619e82ee6476fee98e1478 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A FAO successful project in Burundi: ''Support to post-harvest fisheries technology''

A FAO successful project in Burundi: ''Support to post-harvest fisheries technology''

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Fisheries play an important role in the economic and social life in Burundi. Yet, about 10 to 15% of the harvest was lost during the processing phase. Fish drying, which is the most common processing technique in the country, was done generally on bare ground. This has led to partial or total alteration of the products, and has considerably reduced both income and livelihoods all along the value chain. In response to these issues, FAO (the Food and Agriculture organization of the United Nations) and the Burundi Fisheries Directorate started a project of 282,000 US dollars to improve fish processing method and reduce losses. In 2004, Mvugo, a fishing village located in the South on the shore of lake Tanganyika, was chosen as the pilot site of the project where a demonstration platform for improved technologies has been constructed. For less than a year during the implementation of the project, practical sessions for fish operators have been held on this site which was provided with various fish preservation and processing equipments. Specifically, the use of raised racks for fish drying was highly promoted. Women had a particular advantage during those training sessions. As a result, the beneficiary fishing communities have adopted the improved fish processing technique which has led to increased yield productivity of the sector and higher incomes for the fish processors as a result of greater consumers' confidence in dried fish products.
https://wn.com/A_Fao_Successful_Project_In_Burundi_''Support_To_Post_Harvest_Fisheries_Technology''
1974 East Africa, VW Combi Trip, part 5, Burundi & Tanzania, By Boat, From Bujumbura, To Kigoma

1974 East Africa, VW Combi Trip, part 5, Burundi & Tanzania, By Boat, From Bujumbura, To Kigoma

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UJIJI, Near Kigoma... on the "road" from Bujumbura to Lubumbashi, along the Tanganika Lake, Tanzanian Side. Les 5 parties de ce voyage dans l' Est-Africain, sont à retrouver avec "habarisalam+east africa" ou "habarisalam+vw combi" . Dernière partie du voyage : On Charge Notre Combi VW sur un Bateau dans le Port de Bujumbura (Burundi) . Une Nuit de Navigation pour Rejoindre Le Port De Kigoma, en Tanzanie. Visite de Ujiji, près de Kigoma. Retour à Lubumbashi en Longeant le Lac Tanganika, du coté tanzanien. On Rejoint la Tanzam, la grand-route qui relie la Zambie à Dar-es-Salam. Nous remontons vers le Congo, via le CopperBelt zambien. Ouf, Six semaines de voyages et camping qui se terminent sans trop d' encombres, sur les pistes africaines, en ayant découvert des petits coins de paradis sur terre... UJIJI : Ujiji is the oldest town in western Tanzania, located about 6 miles (10 km) south of Kigoma. In 1900, the population was estimated at 10,000 and in 1967 about 4,100. Part of the Kigoma/Ujiji urban area, the regional population was about 50,000 in 1978. Ujiji is the place where Richard Burton and John Speke first reached the shore of Lake Tanganyika in 1858. It is the site of the famous meeting on 10 November 1871 when Henry Stanley found Dr. David Livingstone, and reputedly uttered the famous words "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" Livingstone, whom many thought dead as no news had been heard of him for several years and who had only arrived back in Ujiji the day before, wrote "When my spirits were at their lowest ebb, the good Samaritan was close at hand, for one morning [my servant] Susi came running at the top of his speed and gasped out, 'An Englishman! I see him!' and off he darted to meet him. The American flag at the head of the caravan told of the nationality of the stranger. Bales of goods, baths of tin, huge kettles, cooking pots, tents, etc., made me think, 'This must be a luxurious traveller, and not one at his wits' end like me.'" A monument known as the "Dr. Livingstone Memorial" was erected in Ujiji to commemorate the meeting. There is also a modest museum. There is a former slave route near the market. In 1878, the London Missionary Society established their first missionary post on the shore of Lake Tanganyika at Ujiji. Some in Burundi claim the location of the famous meeting is a few miles south of the capital Bujumbura. However the Livingstone-Stanley Monument in Mugere actually marks a visit the two men made 15 days later on their joint exploration of northern Lake Tanganyika From : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ujiji Au Burundi : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livingstone-Stanley_Monument,_Burundi
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Life Excellence Training Center Burundi, Africa

Life Excellence Training Center Burundi, Africa

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View fundraiser for training center here! https://www.purecharity.com/life-excellence-center Burundi suffered a terrible loss when the main market in the capital city of Bujumbura caught fire on January 27, 2013 destroying the market and displacing 5000 vendors. The livelihood of thousands of people was wiped out in just a few hours, but there is hope for those who were affected by the fire. Efforts began in August 2013 to develop a plan for reconstruction through a partnership between four organizations. The four organizations are Connecting All Parents with Schools (CAPS), Sharing Hope and Peace on Earth (SHAPE) International, Service to Humanity for Integrations, Neighbourliness and Equity (SHINE), and Syndicat General des Commercants (SYGECO). SYGECO is the Burundi trade union that represents the vendors. The goal is to not only rebuild the market for the vendors, but to also develop a training center that will offer training in financial management, business planning, insurance and other skills that businesses need to succeed. Learn more in this SHAPE news article http://www.shapeinternational.org/2013/09/21/life-excellence-training-center-in-burundi/
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2 Dead in Grenade Explosion in Burundi Market | World | News7 Tamil |

2 Dead in Grenade Explosion in Burundi Market | World | News7 Tamil |

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2 Dead in Grenade Explosion in Burundi Market | World | News7 Tamil | NEWS7 TAMIL http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil News 7 Tamil Television, part of Alliance Broadcasting Private Limited, is rapidly growing into a most watched and most respected news channel both in India as well as among the Tamil global diaspora. The channel’s strength has been its in-depth coverage coupled with the quality of international television production.
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African Corner TV - visit Ruvumera Market Bujumbura Burundi

African Corner TV - visit Ruvumera Market Bujumbura Burundi

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African Corner TV - visit Ruvumera Market Bujumbura Burundi , give the Love to your own people is hard as Love yours self
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Burundi-New president to form transitional govt

Burundi-New president to form transitional govt

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T/I 10:26:29 Pierre Buyoya, who took power in Burundi last week in a bloodless coup, said on Sunday (28/7) he wanted the deposed Hutu leaders, who have taken refuge in foreign embassies, to stay in Burundi. SHOWS: BUJUMBURA, BURUNDI 27-28/7: 27/7: oxen walking down street; 28/7: little boy riding bike with man; child with bowl on head; people riding bikes and walking along street; ws of street full of cars; gvs of market place; cu of little children gathered around camera; ws of cars in street; ext of church; priest officiating at service; vs of ms and cu of congregation; cu of priest; cu of choir boys; self-appointed interim president, Tutsi Major Pierre Buyoya, walking into presser; cutaway; buyoya engsot saying "for weeks in bujumbura, in particular, and the gangs from the streets the sense of the change is clear. we have a dramatic choice, to choose between going through genocide without doing nothing or choose to try to stop the genocide. i think all our friends around the world have to understand that"; cutaway to press; cu of american flag and pull out to ws of american embassy gates; cu of insignia; ws of gates; 3.03 vision You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cf272aa80ba3e3f7f0d4dc5a3231da33 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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