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Saadia BFA Thesis Documentation Book - 2009 By Saadia Lomeli
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I DUVÉRE DE L’ÓME By giuseppe lagonigro
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I doveri dell'uomo scritti da Giuseppe Mazzini,tradotti in dialetto foggiano da Giuseppe Lagonigro. I diritti ci salvano, ma i doveri ci formano
2009 BFA Senior Thesis Catalog By Saadia Lomeli et al.
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2009 BFA Senior thesis for the students of City College of New York.
JE VOYAGE By Daisy FULGENCE-MAILLOT
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Venez vivre en Afrique noire avec moi. Vous changerez irrémédiablement votre façon de penser. Je ne vous donne pas une année pour modifier vos convictions. La... More > pensée noire s’insinuera lentement dans vos esprits. Elle y fera le ménage rapidement. Faites en l’expérience ! Dans un an vous aurez changé votre fusil d’épaule ! Vous vous débarrasserez des idées et des objets superflus en cherchant simplement à vivre avec ce qui est absolument nécessaire et vous serez heureux. Ils vous offriront plus que vous ne pourrez leur rendre.< Less
Togo and a Little Inspiration By Yvette R. Toko
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This is a journey through west Africa in the heart of Lome', Togo. Join me in my adventures. Enjoy!
The Bight of Benin By Kelly J. Morris
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In this collection of short fiction, Kelly J. Morris takes the reader on a tour of the African nations bordering The Bight of Benin: Ghana, Togo, Benin, and Nigeria. We meet Inspector Toh-Jay, a... More > crafty and resourceful policeman in a remote district; the Water Witch, a bald, skinny monk who claims he can find water with his divining rod; bank employees and Afro-American immigrants enduring Ghana's hard times; a field agent demoted to janitor who reflects upon his job; subsistence farmers struggling in the money economy; civil servants with secure jobs but enormous family responsibilities; small entrepreneurs trying to make a living and stay in business; Toma, the apprentice truck driver with ambitions for a better life; women and girls carving out new roles while trying to satisfy the expectations of their families and their society; devout practitioners of African religions as well as Christianity and Islam; true believers and charlatans; and many more.< Less
AN INVESTIGATION OF K-12 EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN TOGO-WEST AFRICA By Dr. Acohin Thon
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The importance of effective leadership on educational success can never be ignored. This paper aimed to explore the most important leadership styles exhibited in educational system in Togo and to... More > examine the level at which educational administrators and faculty in Lome Togo conceive and apply transformational leadership style. It was found through the review of the literature that transformational leaders were most successful in bringing changes, motivating followers, dealing with uncertainty, and excelling the productivity. A combination of research methods and techniques such as staff surveys, informal conversations, interviewing, tape recordings, and questionnaires were employed to obtain the data from the faculty and education leaders of schools in Lome.< Less
One Stone Revolution: The Untold Story By Akibo Robinson
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For Sierra Leone, the period from 1991 through 2002 was one of tremendous political turmoil which led to chaos and violence. In One Stone Revolution, author Akibo Robinson provides a firsthand... More > account of the conflict in Sierra Leone in the late nineties. Based on a diary he kept during this time, Robinson tells of fleeing the violence with his family, crossing through countries on the roads of West Africa to Ghana to find refuge. He shares an insider’s perspective of the history of the conflict as well as the direct impact on the country’s inhabitants and government. From a historical perspective, One Stone Revolution describes the ugly, untold stories of the mayhem of the May 25, 1997 junta and the January 6 invasion of Freetown. This story also addresses the theme of the decline of Sierra Leone’s original national values and its national governance, but it also decries the support given by some Sierra Leonean elite to the perpetrators of horrible acts against an innocent people.< Less
One Stone Revolution: The Untold Story By Akibo Robinson
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For Sierra Leone, the period from 1991 through 2002 was one of tremendous political turmoil which led to chaos and violence. In One Stone Revolution, author Akibo Robinson provides a firsthand... More > account of the conflict in Sierra Leone in the late nineties. Based on a diary he kept during this time, Robinson tells of fleeing the violence with his family, crossing through countries on the roads of West Africa to Ghana to find refuge. He shares an insider’s perspective of the history of the conflict as well as the direct impact on the country’s inhabitants and government. From a historical perspective, One Stone Revolution describes the ugly, untold stories of the mayhem of the May 25, 1997 junta and the January 6 invasion of Freetown. This story also addresses the theme of the decline of Sierra Leone’s original national values and its national governance, but it also decries the support given by some Sierra Leonean elite to the perpetrators of horrible acts against an innocent people.< Less
Volti dall'Africa By Giorgio Alfonso Bonfatti
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Una raccolta d'immagini di ogni genere, bambini, fieri Touaregh, anziani, prostitute; volti di donne africane in tutta la loro selvaggia bellezza degli stati da me attraversati, quali Nigeria,... More > Algeria, Marocco, ex Sahara Spagnolo, Mauritania, Niger e tutto il suo delta, la Costa d'Avorio nel Golfo di Guinea, il Mali e il Cameroun. Alcune di queste, forse, le avrete già viste, come già detto in “Africa senza veli”, ma troppo belle per non metterle. Ho volutamente evitato di seguire un filone per temi se non quando strettamente necessario, risulterebbe noioso una visione costante dello stesso argomento, logico invece il susseguirsi degli scatti che si rifanno al percorso da me seguito da nord a nord-est, dal Marocco fino al Golfo di Guinea nella Ivory Coast, terminando a Lomè-Lagos. Un viaggio in 4x4 nel lontano ‘80 fatto in solitaria, 220 giorni di avventura in sette mesi per oltre 10.000 km. Aprile 2016 Bonfatti Giorgio Alfonso< Less