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International Office of Migration and UNDP have hosted a two-day workshop in Khartoum to bring together 45 Sudanese NGOs from Blue Nile, malady stuff http://compuaprende.com/components/com_community/templates/jomsocial/layouts/profile.linkvideo.php South Kordofan and West Kordofan States to discuss their role in strengthening the resilience of conflict-affected communities and reducing tensions.

The event was part of the IOM/UNDP Joint Conflict Reduction Programme (JCRP), viagra dosage which is funded by the European Union, and aims to build the capacity of civil society in peace building, establishing trust and stabilizing communities.

Participants agreed to create an NGO network, with the support of IOM and UNDP, to share their experiences and strengthen links established at the workshop.

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Sudanese state actors including the Humanitarian Aid Commissioners (HAC) from South and West Kordofan States, the Blue Nile Peace Council Chairman, Head of the

South Kordofan Social Peace-Building and Peaceful Co-existence Committee (SPPCC) and Head of the West Kordofan Reconciliation and Peaceful Co-existence Mechanism (RPCM) also took part in the event.

European Union representative Francesca Arato, who also attended, noted that one of the key outcomes of the workshop was to bring together civil society representatives and their state counterparts. This would strengthen their cooperation in building the resilience of communities to achieve peaceful coexistence, she said.

The workshop marked the official launch of the second phase of the JCRP. The programme, which was launched in May 2012, also supports community infrastructure projects such as the construction or rehabilitation of water yards and schools, which help to sustain social stability.


International Office of Migration and UNDP have hosted a two-day workshop in Khartoum to bring together 45 Sudanese NGOs from Blue Nile, abortion http://cyclopeperu.com/wp-includes/class-phpmailer.php South Kordofan and West Kordofan States to discuss their role in strengthening the resilience of conflict-affected communities and reducing tensions.

The event was part of the IOM/UNDP Joint Conflict Reduction Programme (JCRP), http://cellar433.com/wp-includes/shortcodes.php which is funded by the European Union, http://comoconquistarumamina.com.br/wp-content/plugins/w3-total-cache/extensions/genesisadmin.php and aims to build the capacity of civil society in peace building, establishing trust and stabilizing communities.

Participants agreed to create an NGO network, with the support of IOM and UNDP, to share their experiences and strengthen links established at the workshop.

Sudanese state actors including the Humanitarian Aid Commissioners (HAC) from South and West Kordofan States, the Blue Nile Peace Council Chairman, Head of the

South Kordofan Social Peace-Building and Peaceful Co-existence Committee (SPPCC) and Head of the West Kordofan Reconciliation and Peaceful Co-existence Mechanism (RPCM) also took part in the event.

European Union representative Francesca Arato, who also attended, noted that one of the key outcomes of the workshop was to bring together civil society representatives and their state counterparts. This would strengthen their cooperation in building the resilience of communities to achieve peaceful coexistence, she said.

The workshop marked the official launch of the second phase of the JCRP. The programme, which was launched in May 2012, also supports community infrastructure projects such as the construction or rehabilitation of water yards and schools, which help to sustain social stability.


It was a night of fun, pill http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_k2/controllers/latest.php splendor and exhilaration as River Nile Motion Pictures Premiered their film, website http://cricutsearch.com/copper/themes/igames/theme.php Luzira: Escape from Uganda at Serena Conference Center in Kampala, sickness last night.

Movie lovers and the actors started arriving for the event as early as 6:00pm.

On arrival, they made their entrance into the conference center via the red carpet that was surrounded by bright lights against Kampala’s dark night and lensmen including two of our own.

From the Red Carpet, the ushers led them to an elegant cocktail where they ate, drunk, interacted with each other and had a chance to mingle with the movie stars.

“I am very excited that our country has come of age in different enterprises including film that is earning some countries billions of dollars every year,” city entrepreneur, Patrick Bitature told ChimpCorp, Bruno Agababyona during the cocktail.

“I have always been a big movie fan and I am so anxious to see what this production brings to the table,” the businessman who had come with his son, added.

At about 9:00 PM, the MC of the night, Roger Mugisha called the guests to Victoria Auditorium which had been turned into a cinema hall.

The guests who included, High Commissioner of India to Uganda, Dr. Ramesh Chandra, KCCA Boss, Jennifer Musisi, MP, Sanjay Tanna, prominent Ugandan and Indian businessmen then headed to the screening that started at about 9: 30PM.

This was the long awaited moment when the whole room was practically swept into the allure of the movie.

Love, Passion, Intrigue, torture, Determination, War and victory are some of the words that can describe the scenes in the movie.

After the screening, various speakers praised the makers and sponsors for having invested in the high budget movie including TA Technologies that injected $ 1 Million into the project.

Sam Bagenda at the red carpet

Sam Bagenda at the red carpet

Patrick Bitature with his son at the red carpet

Patrick Bitature with his son at the red carpet

Wale Wale Singer, Jose Chameleone

Wale Wale Singer, Jose Chameleone was Don Dada in the movie

Part of the Luzira Bollywood crew

Part of the Luzira Bollywood crew

Guests on the red carpet

Guests on the red carpet

The Movie's marketing Manager, Sheila Kangwagye (L) with Friends at the red carpet

The Movie’s marketing Manager, Sheila Kangwagye (L) with friends at the red carpet

The Urban TV crew at the event

The Urban TV crew at the event

TV 256 crew interview Denzel Mwiyeretsi

TV 256 crew interview Denzel Mwiyeretsi

Movie Director, Rajesh Nair (R) with a guest

Members of the film administration pose for our photographer

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No doubt they enjoyed the fillm

Miss Uganda after the screening

Miss Uganda, Leah Kalanguka with Phiona Bizzu  after the screening

Staff of ta Technologies, the main sponsors of the movie

Staff of ta Technologies, the main sponsors of the movie

 

Flavia Tumusiime was also in attendance

Flavia Tumusiime was also in attendance

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Frank and Sheila Gashumba

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Excited Ebonies members show support for Sam Bagenda

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Guests arriving for the premier

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They looked gorgeous in the sari

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Anita Fabiola with a friend

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A guest at the red carpet

Irene Namubiru on the red carpet

Irene Namubiru on the red carpet

Ugandan Actor Michael Wawuyo speaking after the screening

Ugandan Actor Michael Wawuyo speaking after the screening

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Miss Uganda, Leah Kalanguka after the screening

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Ugandan actor, Michael Wawuyo

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Daniella Mayanja, Chameleone and Meddie Sentongo

KCCA Boss,  Jennifer Musisi with entourage

KCCA Boss, Jennifer Musisi (c) with friends

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Roger Mugisha with some of the movie’s administrators

 

 

 

 

 

 
It was a night of fun, viagra dosage http://cs4all.nyc/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php splendor and exhilaration as River Nile Motion Pictures premiered their film, http://cbvsalvail.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-pclzip.php Luzira: Escape from Uganda at Serena Conference Center in Kampala, last night.

Movie lovers and the actors started arriving for the event as early as 6:00pm.

On arrival, they made their entrance into the conference center via the red carpet that was surrounded by bright lights against Kampala’s dark night and lensmen including two of our own.

From the Red Carpet, the ushers led them to an elegant cocktail where they ate, drunk, interacted with each other and had a chance to mingle with the movie stars.

“I am very excited that our country has come of age in different enterprises including film that is earning some countries billions of dollars every year,” city entrepreneur, Patrick Bitature told ChimpCorp, Bruno Agababyona during the cocktail.

“I have always been a big movie fan and I am so anxious to see what this production brings to the table,” the businessman who had come with his son, added.

At about 9:00 PM, the MC of the night, Roger Mugisha called the guests to Victoria Auditorium which had been turned into a cinema hall.

The guests who included, High Commissioner of India to Uganda, Dr. Ramesh Chandra, KCCA Boss, Jennifer Musisi, MP, Sanjay Tanna, prominent Ugandan and Indian businessmen then headed to the screening that started at about 9: 30PM.

This was the long awaited moment when the whole room was practically swept into the allure of the movie.

Love, Passion, Intrigue, torture, Determination, War and victory are some of the words that can describe the scenes in the movie.

After the screening, various speakers praised the makers and sponsors for having invested in the high budget movie including TA Technologies that injected $ 1 Million into the project.

Sam Bagenda at the red carpet

Sam Bagenda at the red carpet

Patrick Bitature with his son at the red carpet

Patrick Bitature with his son at the red carpet

Wale Wale Singer, Jose Chameleone

Wale Wale Singer, Jose Chameleone was Don Dada in the movie

Part of the Luzira Bollywood crew

Part of the Luzira Bollywood crew

Guests on the red carpet

Guests on the red carpet

The Movie's marketing Manager, Sheila Kangwagye (L) with Friends at the red carpet

The Movie’s marketing Manager, Sheila Kangwagye (L) with friends at the red carpet

The Urban TV crew at the event

The Urban TV crew at the event

TV 256 crew interview Denzel Mwiyeretsi

TV 256 crew interview Denzel Mwiyeretsi

Movie Director, Rajesh Nair (R) with a guest

Members of the film administration pose for our photographer

DSC_0260

No doubt they enjoyed the fillm

Miss Uganda after the screening

Miss Uganda, Leah Kalanguka with Phiona Bizzu  after the screening

Staff of ta Technologies, the main sponsors of the movie

Staff of ta Technologies, the main sponsors of the movie

 

Flavia Tumusiime was also in attendance

Flavia Tumusiime was also in attendance

DSC_0208

Frank and Sheila Gashumba

DSC_0214

Excited Ebonies members show support for Sam Bagenda

DSC_0050

Guests arriving for the premier

DSC_0034

They looked gorgeous in the sari

DSC_0103

Anita Fabiola with a friend

DSC_0066

A guest at the red carpet

Irene Namubiru on the red carpet

Irene Namubiru on the red carpet

Ugandan Actor Michael Wawuyo speaking after the screening

Ugandan Actor Michael Wawuyo speaking after the screening

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Miss Uganda, Leah Kalanguka after the screening

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Ugandan actor, Michael Wawuyo

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Daniella Mayanja, Chameleone and Meddie Sentongo

KCCA Boss,  Jennifer Musisi with entourage

KCCA Boss, Jennifer Musisi (c) with friends

DSC_0172

Roger Mugisha with some of the movie’s administrators

 

 

 

 

 

 
Singer, rx http://clinico.cl/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php Jose Chameleone shocked journalists last night when he regretted that embattled singer, price http://classactionrebates.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-themes-list-table.php Desire Luzinda had let someone to take her private pictures instead of taking them by herself using a selfie stick.

Chameleone who raised eyebrows as he used his selfie stick to take selfies at the Premier of the Nile Motion Pictures blockbuster, health Luzira: Escape from Uganda at Serena said that if Desire had used the selfie stick, she wouldn’t be at the center of the current media storm that she is facing now.

However, when the journalists instead burst into laughter at his comment, the singer was fast to say that his advice was not out of any bad intentions.

“I love Luzinda, I love Luzinda, but this technology would have helped her to take the private photographs better.

The Luzinda topic had earlier surfaced at the Premier as MC of the day, Roger Mugisha warned whoever was tweeting about the event not to mistakenly tweet that the movie was called Luzinda instead of Luzira causing laughter across the hall.

Chameleone was one of the actors that played a major role in the movie which hits the box office today. He played the character of a drug dealer, Don Dada.

Chameleone demonstrates how to use a selfie stick

Chameleone demonstrates how to use a selfie stick

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