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Engage Africa Foundation

Hello All,

My name is Nadege Ade, and I am Cameroonian of Origin. My team and I have recently founded an organization called 'Engage Africa Foundation' that has the mandate to address the growing epidemic of chronic diseases such as cancers, strokes, heart attacks etc in Sub-Saharan Africa through research, population awareness and policy advocacy.

Our strategic mandate is to breach the gap between the knowledge of the imminent pandemic at the international and national level, and the woefully lacking actions in terms of health promotion and appropriate preventive health policies at the ground root level.

Please I would most kindly appreciate your support for this project by kindly voting for our initiative on the link below:


To vote, you just need to create an account, login and give our video application a "thumbsup". We are applying for a grant throguh 'Canada's Rising Stars in Global Health Initiative, and the more votes we get, the more likely we might be considered for the grant.

I hope you can be of help by voting for us, it doesn't take a minute. Thank you in advance,


May 7, 2012 | 12:05 PM Comments  {num} comments

nemne   nemne Muriithi Joseph Munene's TIGblog
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story time!
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You are sittting in a magnificent, lush, green garden. this garden is filled with the most spectacular flowers you have ever seen.the environment is supremely tranquil and silent.


savor the sensual delights of this garden and feel as if you have all the time in the world to enjoy this natural oasis. as you look around you see that the centre of this magnificent garden stands a towering, red, lighthouse six stories high. Suddenly the silence of this garden is disturbed by a loud creaking as the door of the base of the lighthouse opens. out stumbles a nine-foot tall, nine-hundred-pound Japanese somu wrestler who casually wanders into the centre of the garden.


As this sumo wrestler starts to move around the garden, he finds a shiny gold stopwatch which someone had left behind many years earlier. he slips it on, and falls to the ground with an enormous thud. he is rendered unconcious and lies there, silent and still. just when you think he has taken his last breath, the wrestler awakens, perhaps stirred by the fragrance of some fresh yellow roses blooming nearby.


Energized, the wrestler jumps swiftly to his feet and intuitively looks to his left. he is startled at what he sees...


Through the bushes at the very edge of the garden he observes a long winding path covered by millions of sparklind diamonds.something seems to instruct the wrestler to take the path, and to his, he does.


This path leads him down the road of everlasting joy and eternal bliss.

September 30, 2011 | 8:03 AM Comments  {num} comments


antivirus   antivirus kramon diakite's TIGblog
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Je me demande pourquoi la Cours Pénales International fait une politique de 2 poids 2 mesure? il y'a eu beaucoup des civils assassiner atrocement en Tunisie et en Egypte les Gens qui manifester paisiblement. mais la CPI fait le sourd et l'aveugle alors moi je me pose la question de savoir si la CPI n'a pas été crée seulement pour africain noir et les faibles. pourquoi cette injustice car le Droit est universel elle n'a pas des couleur et ni de choix.

February 17, 2011 | 6:45 AM Comments  {num} comments


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