Podcasts about Comoros

Federal republic in the Indian Ocean

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The Banter Pub FC Podcast
Episode 70: Paper Bag Quarters

The Banter Pub FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 103:37


Football has more than one royal family. Ya dun know who that is! It's the sauciest team in the game with the spiciest takes on the pitch, goddammit. The World's Greatest Podcast™©®, the sinister septuplet your significant other warned you about, the very best that no one ever was (word to Ash from Pokémon), The Banter Pub FC is back with another episode fresh out of the BFPC Time Capsule. See? Told you we're steady grinding. Don't watch that, cuz. Anyway, the episode. Recorded 27 January 2022, The Father of All Fathers Ama is lord of the manor this week with El Capitan Neal, Adam, Rosler, and Joseph filling out the rest of the distinguished delegates at the banquet table. Mixing it up this week, it's not Around The Pitch but AFCON The Pitch; where our heroes dive right into the glory that is the African Cup of Nations while domestic campaigns are suspended due to the international break. Before getting into the action, The Pub sent its sincere condolences and sympathies to those affected by the crush in Yaoundé that regrettably killed eight people. After that moment of reflection, the lads dug right into the astounding results from Tunisia knocking Nigeria out; Cameroon humbling Comoros (but not before Comoros produced one of the finest goals in tournament history); Morocco breaking Malawian hearts, and The Gambia continuing their AFCON fairy-tale by dispatching Guinea. Three matches went to penalties, and Senegal v. Cape Verde was a sending-off fest... you're going to love this week's AFCON-flavoured edition of Around The Pitch. The Main Segment is another Transfer Tease where big moves and rumoured big moves are analysed down to the final signature. The episode wraps with Extra Time. You know the deal: sixty seconds. All heart. All passion. No filler. You should get more snacks if you haven't already because... tuh. Baby. This BPFC time capsule? Sweetie, it's FULL. You love it tho. The Pub Awaits...

The Power Of Stories Podcast
Armel Sylva, Comoros

The Power Of Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 19:05


Armel Sylva is a youth education activist who advocates of the rights of girls and women.  She is a STEM Educator at IMARA Comoros and is now studying in Cameroon to complete a Masters in Interpretations.  In this episode, Armel discusses her education, including completing a BA in English in her country, where the official languages are French, Comorian, and Arabic… challenging cultural gender norms and playing football as a girl… the importance of listening to her inner voice when others were telling her that she should not be playing football… believing in herself and encouraging other girls and young women to overcome gender norms and expectations… volunteering at IMARA Comoros, a youth-led NGO that educates girls and youth, and having opportunities to attend international meetings and conferences… being a change-maker for gender equality in her community and internationally… opening doors for other young people… knowing that there are people who supported her in silence and who were unseen mentors… encouraging us all to dream, to believe in ourselves, to believe in our work, and to be willing to make sacrifices to achieve our dreams… reminding young people that the world belongs to them and that they are its drivers. (Comoros)

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Mentoring Christ Followers in Healthcare

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022


Despite the recognition that successful mentoring experiences are usually the result of intentional and committed relationships between mentor and mentee, there are still challenges in achieving consistent, positive outcomes for mission driven Christ followers in healthcare. Healthcare missionaries, whether domestic or foreign, face unexpected challenges, failures, and disappointments, both on and off the field of service, across a broad spectrum of life, work, and ministry. This talk will focus on the essential commitments of both mentor and mentee during the early career of cross-cultural workers who serve in diverse living and working environments.

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African Father in America
A Whistle Will Not Call Back A Dog That Has Escaped From The Leash | AFIAPodcast

African Father in America

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 50:56


Greetings Village! #DailyAfricanProverbs takes us to #Comoros The Proverb says: “A whistle will not call back a dog that has escaped from the leash. As any dog owner knows, keeping a pet safe and under control can be a challenge. Dogs have a tendency to wander off, and even the best-trained animal can sometimes slip out of its leash. If a dog does manage to escape, it can be difficult or impossible to get it back. Our proverb from Comoros warns against trying to use a whistle to call back a runaway dog. The whistle will not work if the dog is already out of range, and it may even make the situation worse by causing the dog to run away in fear. Sometimes the best thing to do is to let go of the things that hold you back. SUBSCRIBE to get Daily African Proverbs and their meaning in your life https://rb.gy/jdavpn ******************************

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Medicine, Missions, and Motherhood

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022


Balancing too many roles, wearing too many hats. It's tough to be a missionary doctor mom...is it even really possible? Some helpful discussion to guide us into the life God wants for each of his daughters.

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MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Tackling Student Loan Debt for Healthcare Missionaries

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022


The average medical student graduates with over $241,000 in educational debt! This can seem insurmountable when trying to get to the mission field. But it's not! Come and hear about your options, and why student loan debt should not stand in your way of stepping out and following God's lead into missions. We will discuss how to limit debt, grant availability from MedSend, and federal programs that can dramatically reduce your monthly payment and even eliminate your student loans.

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Crime At Our Roots
Episode 30 - Blameless: Mob Killings & A Teenage Killer

Crime At Our Roots

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 32:50


In Episode 30 we will be taking you to Comoros, Nigeria, and Madagascar. You will hear about the brutal attacks of Debra Samuel yakubu , Hasani Ouledi & Lahatra RahajaharisonPhyllis Comoros: Vincent, 17, remanded in custody for murder - May (francetvinfo.fr)https://www.comoresinfos.net/qui-est-philippe-herve/https://www.comoresinfos.net/des-jeunes-filles-craquent-sur-le-beau-gosse-tueur/https://www.comoresinfos.net/des-jeunes-filles-craquent-sur-le-beau-gosse-tueur/Song of the Week: Artist: Rema Song: MaraAziza https://www.vanguardngr.com/2022/05/deborah-yakubu-the-evil-of-killing-in-gods-name/https://freethoughtblogs.com/yemmynisting/2022/06/01/the-murder-of-deborah-samuel-yakubu-by-islamic-fanatics/Song of the Week: Artist: Kendrick Lamar Song: Mother I SoberMonique https://news.mongabay.com/2021/02/mob-killing-of-malagasy-officer-spotlights-risks-faced-by-forest-guardians/Song of the Week: Artist: Jara Song: LAX

DISRESPECTFUL NAJA_SORRY NOT SORRY!
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DISRESPECTFUL NAJA_SORRY NOT SORRY!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 0:24


MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Introducing the Gospel to the Heart of the Muslim

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022


How To Proclaim and Deliver the Content of The Gospel Message, Which is, The True Saving Knowledge of God in Christ, to The hearts and minds of the Muslims Everywhere, so they could be Saved, and in a way they could understand through the power of the Holy Spirit.

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Afrique Économie
L'économie comorienne veut séduire les investisseurs étrangers

Afrique Économie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 2:24


Les espoirs de l'Union des Comores ne se fondent pas que sur le tourisme. Le pays table aussi sur les investissements étrangers pour relancer sa croissance, et notamment sur ceux de l'immense diaspora comorienne. Dans le plan « Comores émergent » présenté en 2019, le pays annonçait vouloir doubler sa croissance sur la décennie 2020-2030, en partie grâce aux investissements étrangers. Ceux-ci représentent environ 8 millions d'euros par an en moyenne. L'ANPI, l'Agence pour la promotion des investissements entend multiplier ce chiffre grâce à une politique d'accompagnement incitative.  « Cet accompagnement consiste essentiellement en des avantages fiscaux et douaniers, avec l'exonération des droits et taxes perçues au cordon douanier pour l'importation d'équipements qui servent à la production », explique Nadjati Soidiki, directrice générale de l'ANPI. « Et ce pendant toute la durée de ce que l'on appelle “l'agrément”, qui peut aller jusqu'à quinze années. Et l'application d'un taux réduit sur l'impôt des sociétés, donc l'impôt sur les bénéfices, à un taux de 15% », poursuit-elle. ►À lire aussi : Aux Comores, les investissements dans le secteur touristique progressent  Accompagner les entrepreneurs de la diaspora Abdallah Fakih dirige Com'Work, un incubateur implanté à Moroni. Il voit passer sur son bureau toutes les bonnes idées entrepreneuriales des jeunes Comoriens. Depuis quelques mois, il s'intéresse à une catégorie particulière d'investisseurs, ceux issus de la diaspora. Suite à un appel d'offres d'Expertise France, l'agence publique de développement de projets, Com'Work a lancé un programme d'accompagnement pour une dizaine d'entrepreneurs de la diaspora.  « Cela a commencé depuis le mois d'août. Nous sommes toujours à la phase de pré-incubation, indique Abdallah Fakih. Dans ce programme, il y aura la pré-incubation, jusqu'à la création d'entreprise, et l'incubation, c'est-à-dire le suivi, l'accompagnement des entreprises. Donc on essaie de structurer le modèle économique, l'étude de marché... Donc on espère un dix sur dix, donc dix entrepreneurs de la diaspora qui ont pu s'implanter aux Comores. » Gisement de croissance Il y a là un gisement de croissance, car si les transferts d'argent de la diaspora pèsent 30% du PIB de l'archipel, en revanche cette diaspora crée peu d'entreprises, à peine 6 % du total. L'ANPI a donc lancé une offensive de charme en direction des Comoriens de l'étranger, une initiative baptisée « Invest home, invest Comoros ».  Il y a tout un travail qui se fait en collaboration avec eux, qui nous a permis de mener déjà un certain nombre de projets concrets, ne serait-ce que des rencontres entre le secteur privé local et la diaspora. Des rencontres qui ont débouché sur un certain nombre de partenariats, mais également avec des relations établies pour leur faire connaitre les opportunités d'investissement et les inciter à venir réaliser des projets dans le secteur productif. Donc on espère que ce “6%” va augmenter à l'avenir.  De son côté, Com'Work a mis en place un ensemble de services juridiques, commerciaux et financiers, appelé Com'Work Partners, pour faciliter l'implantation d'entreprises privées dans l'archipel. 

Kwa Undani - Voice of America
Kwa Undani, Ghasia zaendelea Comoro kutokana na ukosefu wa chakula. - Septemba 08, 2022

Kwa Undani - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 29:59


Ghasia zinaendelea katika kisiwa cha Comoros cha Nzwani kutokana na ukosefu wa mchele na kupanda kwa bei za vyakula. Serikali ya ahidhi kuagizia mchele zaidi kwa haraka. Na mashirika ya ndege ya Afrika Mashariki yanakumbwa na hasara kubwa za biashara

Lessons from the Playroom
Lessons from the Playroom Special: Nora Alwah: Social Justice in Play Therapy

Lessons from the Playroom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 28:41


Original Air Date: June 3, 2020 "To overcome systems of oppression that want institutional racism to be invisible, we need to name it! ... And make it explicit!" - Nora Alwah What is social justice?  What is oppression?  What is intersectionality?  Join Lisa Dion and as she invites Nora Alwah, social justice educator and therapist, to explore these questions and offer guidance to therapists on how they can support children and families in ways that create connection, attunement and empowerment.   Nora Alwah is a queer cis-woman of color, and an immigrant from Denmark and Comoros. Nora is passionate about fiercely challenging systemic oppression and empowering people to reclaim their unapologetic truth and innate power. She is a somatic psychotherapist, a social justice educator and adjunct faculty at Naropa University. In her private practice, Nora specializes in working with marginalized populations, including people of color, bilingual individuals, immigrants, queer people, and transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. Visit her website: www.noraalwah.com *

MedicalMissions.com Podcast
Medical Missionaries and Fundraising: Obstacles, Opportunities, and Blessings

MedicalMissions.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022


Some mission experts estimate that up to 90% of young people who consider missions cease to pursue it because of various fears and obstacles, including the fear of fundraising. Some workers view fundraising as a rite of passage or as an obstacle to overcome. Others understand God’s purposes to include each follower of Jesus in His worldwide kingdom work through going, serving, sending, praying, encouraging, and giving.