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EVOKE MANIFESTO

Season one come and is going, it was a period of challenge, evoke web site become a museum of awareness, meeting of wise men and students, class of differents things, I would like to make a change, I realized that we are the change we need, evoke is a free library to consult anytime for any kind of need for anyone. All people are the same, there is no racism, no class levels,… Continue

Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 11, 2010 at 4:30pm — 4 Comments

My "evokation" for helping the poor girls, who do the prostitution for getting money

My evokation for helping the poor girls, who do the prostitution for getting money, get rid of such dangerous and disrespect work and help them to get new life.



I get the idea of my project from what I have done during the period of this game of evoke. I help the women to abandon prostitution.…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 11, 2010 at 10:30am — 13 Comments

The first episode of season 2.

EPISODE 1

BUTARE



Fear less, hope more; whine less, breathe more; talk less, say more; hate less, love more; and all good things are yours– Swedish proverb



PAGE 1



PANEL A



Tumba HIV/AIDS area. Sunset. There are many people than other sectors of BUTARE district. Those people look like sad, weak and hopeless. No assurance they expect to get, only waiting for last day of life. We can see a foreign man

speaks aloud and announces a new…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 10, 2010 at 4:59pm — 2 Comments

What urgent challenge should EVOKE tackle next?

Help us decide:

• WHICH great challenges and social problems should the EVOKE Network tackle next?

1) Poverty reduction is an important international development objective for Worldwide.

2) Primary education especial in the developing countries (All eyes in the Africa)

• WHERE in the world should the network try to build up new EVOKE communities?

Around the World, I would like to point Asia for next but as you see the Americans and Europeans people have made a high… Continue

Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 7, 2010 at 9:00pm — 4 Comments

Who would YOU call on to make a heroic effort during a pandemic?



The prayer of faith shall save the sick. A mere request that God will heal the sick has no power to gain more of the divine presence than is always at hand. The beneficial effect of such prayer for the sick is on the human mind, making it act more powerfully on the body through a blind faith in God. This, however, is one belief casting out another, a belief in the…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 5, 2010 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

Managing Panic in a Pandemic.

We've had different sets of experts get together and discuss the empirical evidence to support the notion that good things will happen if you do them. That's what I'm going to call psychological first aid, and it has certain underpinnings—safety, calming, connection, efficacy and hope.



• Safety is about removing people from a threat.

• Calming happens when you want to lower the state of arousal so people can function, concentrate and take concrete steps towards what they need to… Continue

Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 3, 2010 at 7:00pm — 6 Comments

PLATE REPLACE THE BOWL IN RWANDA

These are sorts of bowls used by our ancestors in Rwanda, but nowadays we adopt the new foreign culture to use the plates and in the wh*** country you can not found anywhere a bowl.

Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 1, 2010 at 4:30pm — 3 Comments

DOWRY OF COWS REPLACED BY MONEY IN RWANDA

Dowry in Rwanda is paid by a family of the man to his prospective bride's family. Many women see it as an indication of their value to society and have no interest in changing this element of their culture.

Traditionally the dowry is paid in cows, though nowadays for people living in the city cash is more useful. When a cow is given, the first calf born would traditionally be given back to the young married couple. This culture of using the cows will remain only in the…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 1, 2010 at 2:00pm — 3 Comments

BANANA BEER PREPARATION ( KWENGA URWAGWA).



This is a picture which I have taken in museum of Rwanda located at Butare, showing the materials used to prepare and making Rwanda’s banana beer, and calabash served to drink. Banana beer is made from

fermentation of mashed bananas and fermented to alcoholic beverage. In the last

years no man could gathered the men without a drink like banana beer, in Rwanda

all conversations of men accompanied by banana…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 1, 2010 at 12:30am — 8 Comments

Hello, everybody? This is your contribution, please vote for it.

I get this message from Shakwei:



Dear Agent AV,

I write to you today to ask for your help. This week, my blog Visions for Africa urging UE Agents to join the Davos conversation and post a challenge or question to the World leaders

attending the World Economic Forum in Tanzania from 5-7 May 2010 was

featured on the Heros of Living Knowledge.



Agent Edayis (…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 29, 2010 at 9:30pm — 1 Comment

Four Women stopped the prostitution and hope to gain more in a new life.



Four Women stopped the prostitution and have the hope to gain more in a new life.

After the life of prostitution, the four women have promised to stop sex business and begin a new life. They have taken a good decision and we have helped them to get a loan of one million Rwandan francs (about 1800 dollars) for the small business. Before posting this post, I have had a conversation with them just to know their vision, the hope of future and their feelings for this time. They trust their… Continue

Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 23, 2010 at 10:11pm — 3 Comments

Traditional medicine vs. modern medicine for AIDS.



This plant of Aloe dawei (IGIKAKARUBAMBA in our language) is most used with the traditional healers





To a****s the factors and perceptions determining choice between traditional and Western medicine (WM) among urban African women when confronting illness in general, and AIDS in particular. DESCRIPTION: Forty

women and 25 traditional healers (TH) were…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 22, 2010 at 9:33pm — 3 Comments

BASKET BANK





This is a Bank located at Butare city where I live and compared at other Banks save is the best one for the people of low level. Safety first, when you have the money in AGASEKE(basket) you feel in safe…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 21, 2010 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Your suggestion about Development is needed.

I am still young and I have many things to know until now, but in daily life I met many persons (with every person’s culture) in different societies (with every society’s culture), the manner of living depend on every human’s development, community’s development, society’s development.” Please, the biggest question here is to find out” what is development?” ,In one hand, I think that to have much money (richness) , it’s a development, maybe it can be a pocket development. But In other hand, I… Continue

Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 19, 2010 at 8:30pm — 3 Comments

My city's secret resilience plan.





This map considered environmental, land use, infrastructural, cultural, and socioeconomic factors, as well as economic and demographic projections, and outlined opportunities and

constraints for urban development. It is hoped that this Plan will help…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 18, 2010 at 4:30pm — 4 Comments

Eaarth

Our old familiar globe is suddenly melting, drying, acidifying,

flooding, and burning in ways that no human has ever seen. We've

created, in very short order, a new planet, still recognizable but

fundamentally different. We may as well call it Eaarth.

That new planet is filled with new binds and traps. A changing world costs large sums to defend—think of the money that went to repair New Orleans, or the trillions it will take to transform our energy systems.

But the…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 17, 2010 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

Urban Resilience



Urban resilience is the degree to which cities are able to tolerate alteration before reorganizing around a new set of structures and processes. What this work aims to provide is a multi-level understanding of the

resilience of urban systems which recognizes the role of metabolic flows in sustaining urban functions, human well-being and quality of life; governance networks and the ability of society to learn, adapt and…

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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 15, 2010 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

Women are respectful because they are the heart of any society's culture.

Women are at the heart of any society’s culture because of the essential role they play in society as women are a positive force to promote peace and ensure education in terms of cultural

and ethical values.…



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Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 14, 2010 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

Gender Equality through Gender Inequality

Issues concerning the equality or inequality of gender have long been considered as fragile topics. When most people are asked about which is which about sexual equity, many usually make their own presumptions or definitions. Gender inequality is actually an almost untouchable subject matter especially when it concerns cultural inclinations. This means that one gender may appear the stronger sex in a certain culture and may be weaker in another.

In the world of business gender equality and… Continue

Added by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 14, 2010 at 10:34am — 3 Comments

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