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Dessin du soir : le touareg
Je continue toujours à entraîner mon coup de crayon 🖍 #touareg #tuareg #desert #draw #drawing #pen #pencil #ink #inkstagram #inktober #inktober2017 #paint #painting #art #artwork #sahara #berber #niger #mali #libya #morocco #algeria #burkinafaso #tunisia #ethnic #nomad #night #moon
Ivory Coast gained independence from France in 1960. Did you know that, prior to the European colonization, Ivory Coast was composed by several states, including Gyaaman, the Kong Empire, and Baoulé?
Would you like to know more about Ivory Coast? Click the link in bio and have a look at the complete schedule of this new adventure of ours!

La Costa d'Avorio ha ottenuto la sua indipendenza dalla Francia nel 1960. Sapevate che, prima della colonizzazione europea, la Costa d'Avorio era formata da più stati, tra cui il Gyaaman, l'impero Kong e Baoulé? 
Vorreste saperne di più riguardo a questo Paese? Cliccate sul link nella bio e date un'occhiata al programma completo di questa nostra nuova avventura!
Ivory Coast gained independence from France in 1960. Did you know that, prior to the European colonization, Ivory Coast was composed by several states, including Gyaaman, the Kong Empire, and Baoulé? Would you like to know more about Ivory Coast? Click the link in bio and have a look at the complete schedule of this new adventure of ours! La Costa d'Avorio ha ottenuto la sua indipendenza dalla Francia nel 1960. Sapevate che, prima della colonizzazione europea, la Costa d'Avorio era formata da più stati, tra cui il Gyaaman, l'impero Kong e Baoulé? Vorreste saperne di più riguardo a questo Paese? Cliccate sul link nella bio e date un'occhiata al programma completo di questa nostra nuova avventura!
I'm losing track what's really important to me and need some time off from work to help humanity.
I'm losing track what's really important to me and need some time off from work to help humanity.
Make a distinction between our needs and our wants. I want I want I want keeps us away from accessing our power. Focus on what we NEED!!! Excerpt from "Women's Wisdom" by Sobonfu Somé: whose name means “keeper of the rituals” , she travels the world on a healing mission sharing the rich spiritual life and culture of her native land Burkina Faso, which ranks as one of the world’s poorest countries yet one of the richest in spiritual life and custom.
I had been praying and saying I NEED to go to Burkina Faso to learn more about community and ritual and I'm actually going on Saturday!!! And I needed a GoPro to document. And I got one today!!! Sobonfu has helped me harness my power! #readthisbook #readthis #sharingiscaring #womenswisdom #sobonfusome #ritual #wantsvsneeds #neednotwant #wantywantynevergetty #harness #wordpowersound #read #audiobook #audible #audiblebooks #burkinafaso
Make a distinction between our needs and our wants. I want I want I want keeps us away from accessing our power. Focus on what we NEED!!! Excerpt from "Women's Wisdom" by Sobonfu Somé: whose name means “keeper of the rituals” , she travels the world on a healing mission sharing the rich spiritual life and culture of her native land Burkina Faso, which ranks as one of the world’s poorest countries yet one of the richest in spiritual life and custom. I had been praying and saying I NEED to go to Burkina Faso to learn more about community and ritual and I'm actually going on Saturday!!! And I needed a GoPro to document. And I got one today!!! Sobonfu has helped me harness my power! #readthisbook  #readthis  #sharingiscaring  #womenswisdom  #sobonfusome  #ritual  #wantsvsneeds  #neednotwant  #wantywantynevergetty  #harness  #wordpowersound  #read  #audiobook  #audible  #audiblebooks  #burkinafaso 
Dans la grande mosquée de Bani il y a plus de piliers que de noms de Dieu
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In the great mosque of Bani there are more pillards than names of God
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#BurkinaFaso #Burkina #Bani #Afrique #Africa #WestAfrica #AfriqueDelOuest #visiterlafrique #Sahel #Mosquée #Mosque #mosquees #forafricans #TravelAroundTheWorld #Travel #Voyage #TravelPics #PassionPassport #Latergram
#burkinafaso#sankara https://www.facebook.com/karanjadonh/let's interact more
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Matière: Cuir l Cuivre
Diamètre: 20 cm
Hauteur: 6 cm 
Toutes les couleurs sont disponible sur commande. 
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Boîte à bijoux - 20€ SFDP 
Matière: Cuir
Diamètre: 20 cm
Hauteur: 6 cm 
Toutes les couleurs sont disponible sur commande. 
#BoîteABijoux #JelweryBox #JelweryBoxes #Boîte #Boîtes #Bijoux #Box #Boxes #Jelwery #IdeeCadeau #Cadeau #GiftIdeas #Gift #Cuir #Leather #Rose #Pink #Montre #Watch #MarcJacobs #Lotus #Blackoak #DanielWellington #Rolex #Tissot #Quartz #QuartzWatch #BurkinaFaso
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30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #CoteDivoire #revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #CoteDivoire  #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #CoteDivoire #revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #CoteDivoire  #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #CoteDivoire #revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #CoteDivoire  #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #CoteDivoire #revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #CoteDivoire  #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #CoteDivoire #revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #CoteDivoire  #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #CoteDivoire #revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #CoteDivoire  #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #metoo #revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #genderequality #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #metoo  #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #genderequality  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #metoo #gendere#revolution #globalimperialism #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #blackart #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #frantzfanon #photography #patricelumumba #fela #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #metoo  #gendere #revolution  #globalimperialism  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #blackart  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #frantzfanon  #photography  #patricelumumba  #fela  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. 
To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso.

Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. 
A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious 
programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the 
world. 
The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987.

#ThomasSankara #BurkinaFaso #Neocolonialism #Francafrique #blackartist #BlaiseCompaore #Sankara #France #fiacparis #revolution #genderequality #mey #collage #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #independance #pierrechristophegam  #fiac #ouagadougou #modern #africa #colonialism #friezeartfair #photography #154 #akaa #digitalart #digitalartist #sankaraday
30 years ago, on the 15 October 1987, a sublime demonstration of social and economic transformation was brought to an abrupt and bloody end as Thomas Sankara was assassinated by his once trusted confident and friend Blaise Compaore, at the instruction of the nefarious forces of global imperialism. To celebrate the life and legacy of this great humanist hero, I will share with you every day a piece from my last body of work untitled “The Upright Man”. The Upright Man is a mix media installation by Pierre-Christophe Gam offering an apocryphal look at the life and legacy of the late Thomas Sankara, as president of Burkina Faso. Thomas Sankara was a military captain, a humanist, a champion of pan-africanism, an ecologist and a feminist who became President of Burkina Faso from 1983, until his death in 1987, at 37 years old. A visionary and a charismatic figure, Thomas Sankara quickly became the leading African voice, for the global fight against imperialism and neo-colonialism, as he launched one of the most ambitious programs for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent. His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon throughout the continent but also the rest of the world. The life of Thomas Sankara was characterized by an absolute, near religious devotion to the ideals of justice and humanism. This body of work explores Thomas Sankara, the myth, as the last prophet of Pan-Africanism. It is composed of 19 pieces, including 9 mix media collages, 7 digitally printed fabrics, 1 sculpture and 1 video installation. Techniques used range from pencil colour drawing, pixel art, photography and digital manipulation. “While Revolutionaries as individuals Can Be Murdered, You Can Not Kill Ideas.” Thomas Sankara, President of Burkina Faso, from 1983 to 1987. #ThomasSankara  #BurkinaFaso  #Neocolonialism  #Francafrique  #blackartist  #BlaiseCompaore  #Sankara  #France  #fiacparis  #revolution  #genderequality  #mey  #collage  #contemporaryart  #contemporaryartist  #independance  #pierrechristophegam  #fiac  #ouagadougou  #modern  #africa  #colonialism  #friezeartfair  #photography  #154  #akaa  #digitalart  #digitalartist  #sankaraday 
The power of synchronicity when you're dedicated to purpose and working hard on self growth, being compassionate for all beings and dedicated to be in full service to the evolution of humanity... For almost 4 years, I've been filming a documentary with my faithful GoPros. However for the past 6 months, I've lost or broken all of them and when I've attempted to buy new ones, first One got taken by the sea, then another wet and destroyed, then the transaction failed, and then I was moving too much so I was never anywhere long enough to have it delivered in time for my next trip. I took this as a sign that maybe I was done filming for now and I needed to focus on other things and be present cameraless and even start working on the structure of the doc so I could edit soon. This was challenging as I so so so much has happened, tho u embraced it with trust. Now, I'm going to Burkina Faso on Sunday and I was like "no way" I refused to go without a GoPro. So I broke down and ordered the newest model. A couple hours later I received a "transaction failed message". That's weird I said. Wtf. So I called them. And they were unable to figure out why. So she said she would call me back by the end of the day. That night I presented my new project to a group of innovators and afterwards was speaking with an incredible human named Justin. Turns out he was the forth employee of GoPro and had an extra camera he could give me!!! I just received it !!! Yo yo yo. I am so grateful and so blessed and I know the responsibility I have to give back to this world ! Let's do this! On a mission to re-member what it is to be human. To live in community. To support one another in full selflessness so we each can best execute our purpose! Burkina Faso, I'm humbled to learn and experience your wisdom! 
#synchronicity #gopro #goprohero6 #documentary #icreatethelifeilivebylivingthelifeicreate #rememberwhathasbeendismembered #burkinafaso #filming #gift #blessed #gratitude #incredible #whatastory #wow #thankful #dedicated #filmonpurpose #liveonpurpose #communityfirst #supporteachother #thankyou @hoost11 for believing in the vision and for leading such an important mission. I'm all in! #kindhumans
The power of synchronicity when you're dedicated to purpose and working hard on self growth, being compassionate for all beings and dedicated to be in full service to the evolution of humanity... For almost 4 years, I've been filming a documentary with my faithful GoPros. However for the past 6 months, I've lost or broken all of them and when I've attempted to buy new ones, first One got taken by the sea, then another wet and destroyed, then the transaction failed, and then I was moving too much so I was never anywhere long enough to have it delivered in time for my next trip. I took this as a sign that maybe I was done filming for now and I needed to focus on other things and be present cameraless and even start working on the structure of the doc so I could edit soon. This was challenging as I so so so much has happened, tho u embraced it with trust. Now, I'm going to Burkina Faso on Sunday and I was like "no way" I refused to go without a GoPro. So I broke down and ordered the newest model. A couple hours later I received a "transaction failed message". That's weird I said. Wtf. So I called them. And they were unable to figure out why. So she said she would call me back by the end of the day. That night I presented my new project to a group of innovators and afterwards was speaking with an incredible human named Justin. Turns out he was the forth employee of GoPro and had an extra camera he could give me!!! I just received it !!! Yo yo yo. I am so grateful and so blessed and I know the responsibility I have to give back to this world ! Let's do this! On a mission to re-member what it is to be human. To live in community. To support one another in full selflessness so we each can best execute our purpose! Burkina Faso, I'm humbled to learn and experience your wisdom! #synchronicity  #gopro  #goprohero6  #documentary  #icreatethelifeilivebylivingthelifeicreate  #rememberwhathasbeendismembered  #burkinafaso  #filming  #gift  #blessed  #gratitude  #incredible  #whatastory  #wow  #thankful  #dedicated  #filmonpurpose  #liveonpurpose  #communityfirst  #supporteachother  #thankyou  @hoost11 for believing in the vision and for leading such an important mission. I'm all in! #kindhumans 
Big pumpkins on a road in South Burkina. I feel that Hallowen it's close. #pumpkin #hallowen #burkinafaso  #calabaza #africa  #africanfood  #courge #afrique
Part 2 
Thomas Sankara, 1949-1987 was a Burkinian military and revolutionary politician who was President of Burkina Faso 1983-1987.

After gaining power , he began a transformation in the socialist direction. His purpose was to improve the living conditions of the majority, including the status of women, as well as education and health care. He was against the western world, especially the former colonial power France, but also against other African leaders who pursued a Western and European policy .

Under Sankara's rule, the country changed its name from Upper Volta to Burkina Faso Which means the land of the upright man.
Sankara was murdered in 1987 during a palace coup led by his deputy Blaise Compaoré with the help of the Whites. #rootsconnected #burkinafaso #uppervolta #thomassankara #africa #unapologeticallyafrikan #panafrikanorperish #blackhistory #blackhistorymonth #blackeducationmatters #miseducationofthenegro #wakeupblackpeople #blackfirst #byanymeansnecessary #marcusgarvey #malcolmx #caribbean #haitian #jamaica #angola #senegal #blacklivesmatter #blackpeoplewewillbevictorious
Part 2 Thomas Sankara, 1949-1987 was a Burkinian military and revolutionary politician who was President of Burkina Faso 1983-1987. After gaining power , he began a transformation in the socialist direction. His purpose was to improve the living conditions of the majority, including the status of women, as well as education and health care. He was against the western world, especially the former colonial power France, but also against other African leaders who pursued a Western and European policy . Under Sankara's rule, the country changed its name from Upper Volta to Burkina Faso Which means the land of the upright man. Sankara was murdered in 1987 during a palace coup led by his deputy Blaise Compaoré with the help of the Whites. #rootsconnected  #burkinafaso  #uppervolta  #thomassankara  #africa  #unapologeticallyafrikan  #panafrikanorperish  #blackhistory  #blackhistorymonth  #blackeducationmatters  #miseducationofthenegro  #wakeupblackpeople  #blackfirst  #byanymeansnecessary  #marcusgarvey  #malcolmx  #caribbean  #haitian  #jamaica  #angola  #senegal  #blacklivesmatter  #blackpeoplewewillbevictorious 
@farmtour2016 
@Regranned from @iamhamamat -  Happy Sunday #KingsandQueens : Did you know that #Sheabutter is derived from the sheanut tree, with the botanical name Butyrospermum parkii or Vitellaria paradoxa and is a common wild tree that grows extensively in the dry Savannah belt of West Africa, stretching from #Senegal in the west to #Sudan in the east. Apart from #Ghana, the tree can be found in 18 other countries including #Benin #Chad #BurkinaFaso #Cameroon #CentralAfricanRepublic #Ethiopia #Guinea Bissau #Cote D’Ivoire #Mali #Niger #Nigeria #Senegal #SierraLeone #Sudan #Togo #Uganda #Zaire and #Guinea. ----------------------------------
In Ghana, it grows extensively in the Guinea savannah but is less prolific in the Sudan Savannah.
 The fruit consists of a green fleshy mesocarp, which is sweet when eaten and in very ripe fruits seems to melt on the tongue when the fruit is bitten. 
The fruit is also used in make jam. 
The flowers of the sheanut tree are consumed by some ethnic groups that make them into edible fritters.  The nuts are cracked to remove the outer cover leaving the endocarp or kernel which is roasted and ground into a paste from which #sheabutter is extracted. The nuts also serve as toys for children, who use them to play a game known as “maranda”, the common name given to the nuts in Ghana.
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All parts of the sheanut tree are of immense value. In some communities, the leaves are used as medicine to treat stomachache in children. In Ghana a decoction of young leaves is used as a vapor bath for the treatment of headaches and also as an eye bath , because the leaves contain saponin, they lather in water and are suitable for washing. 
The leaves of the sheanut tree are also believed to offer spiritual protection. Hence, in some African communities when a woman goes into labor, the branches may be hung in the doorway of her hut to protect the newborn baby from evil. Some communities also use its branches  for covering the dead prior to their burial.
Skin @hamamatafricanbeauty 
Traditional Northern Music #Asambo
#hab #hamamat #naturalbeauty #naturalskincare #blackbeaut
@farmtour2016 @Regranned from @iamhamamat - Happy Sunday #KingsandQueens  : Did you know that #Sheabutter  is derived from the sheanut tree, with the botanical name Butyrospermum parkii or Vitellaria paradoxa and is a common wild tree that grows extensively in the dry Savannah belt of West Africa, stretching from #Senegal  in the west to #Sudan  in the east. Apart from #Ghana , the tree can be found in 18 other countries including #Benin  #Chad  #BurkinaFaso  #Cameroon  #CentralAfricanRepublic  #Ethiopia  #Guinea  Bissau #Cote  D’Ivoire #Mali  #Niger  #Nigeria  #Senegal  #SierraLeone  #Sudan  #Togo  #Uganda  #Zaire  and #Guinea . ---------------------------------- In Ghana, it grows extensively in the Guinea savannah but is less prolific in the Sudan Savannah.  The fruit consists of a green fleshy mesocarp, which is sweet when eaten and in very ripe fruits seems to melt on the tongue when the fruit is bitten. The fruit is also used in make jam. The flowers of the sheanut tree are consumed by some ethnic groups that make them into edible fritters.  The nuts are cracked to remove the outer cover leaving the endocarp or kernel which is roasted and ground into a paste from which #sheabutter  is extracted. The nuts also serve as toys for children, who use them to play a game known as “maranda”, the common name given to the nuts in Ghana. ---------------------------------- All parts of the sheanut tree are of immense value. In some communities, the leaves are used as medicine to treat stomachache in children. In Ghana a decoction of young leaves is used as a vapor bath for the treatment of headaches and also as an eye bath , because the leaves contain saponin, they lather in water and are suitable for washing. The leaves of the sheanut tree are also believed to offer spiritual protection. Hence, in some African communities when a woman goes into labor, the branches may be hung in the doorway of her hut to protect the newborn baby from evil. Some communities also use its branches  for covering the dead prior to their burial. Skin @hamamatafricanbeauty Traditional Northern Music #Asambo  #hab  #hamamat  #naturalbeauty  #naturalskincare  #blackbeaut 
#famillypiks avec #JeanZigler et les amis #burkinabé de passage à #geneve après  la présentation par l'Association #JATUR
du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO au #BurkinaFaso . 
Un projet magnifique et un #développement exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme, le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara fait par Jean #Ziegler et Jean-Philippe #Rapp 
#Histoire #Mémoire ⌛️
#famillypiks  avec #JeanZigler  et les amis #burkinabé  de passage à #geneve  après la présentation par l'Association #JATUR  du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO  au #BurkinaFaso  . Un projet magnifique et un #développement  exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme , le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation  dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo  !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara  fait par Jean #Ziegler  et Jean-Philippe #Rapp  #Histoire  #Mémoire  ⌛️
Un miel produit par une #cooperative de 350 #apiculteurs au #burkinafaso 
présenté par l'Association #JATUR dans le cadre 
du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO au #BurkinaFaso . 
Un projet magnifique et un #développement exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme, le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara fait par Jean #Ziegler et Jean-Philippe #Rapp 
#Histoire #Mémoire ⌛️
Un miel produit par une #cooperative  de 350 #apiculteurs  au #burkinafaso  présenté par l'Association #JATUR  dans le cadre du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO  au #BurkinaFaso  . Un projet magnifique et un #développement  exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme , le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation  dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo  !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara  fait par Jean #Ziegler  et Jean-Philippe #Rapp  #Histoire  #Mémoire  ⌛️
Retour sur #Dimanche avec la présentation par l'Association #JATUR
du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO au #BurkinaFaso . 
Un projet magnifique et un #développement exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme, le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara fait par Jean #Ziegler et Jean-Philippe #Rapp 
#Histoire #Mémoire ⌛️
Retour sur #Dimanche  avec la présentation par l'Association #JATUR  du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO  au #BurkinaFaso  . Un projet magnifique et un #développement  exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme , le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation  dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo  !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara  fait par Jean #Ziegler  et Jean-Philippe #Rapp  #Histoire  #Mémoire  ⌛️
Me and li'l man Mardochée- might steal him 👀
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#africainafrica #burkinafaso #burkinabé #babyboy #africanboy #socute
Formation à la production de chlore, la construction de tippy-tap et l'utilisation du manuel eau saine à #ouagadougou #burkinafaso #eau #sante #antenna #wata #Africa
Retour sur #Dimanche avec la présentation par l'Association #JATUR
du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO au #BurkinaFaso . 
Un projet magnifique et un #développement exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme, le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara fait par Jean #Ziegler et Jean-Philippe #Rapp 
#Histoire #Mémoire ⌛️ Notre Présidente 
et Vice-Présidente étaient présente.
Retour sur #Dimanche  avec la présentation par l'Association #JATUR  du projet (2015-2017) #PULEMNOOGO  au #BurkinaFaso  . Un projet magnifique et un #développement  exemplaire, L autonomisation de la #femme , le développement des connaissances, la formation, l'#autonomisation  dans la gestion des ressources 👏🏼 #Bravo  !! L'Axe transversale de cette soirée aura été le clin d'œil à l'ancien Président Thomas #Sankara  fait par Jean #Ziegler  et Jean-Philippe #Rapp  #Histoire  #Mémoire  ⌛️ Notre Présidente et Vice-Présidente étaient présente.
Enjoy our beautiful souvenirs A&C mall east legon college event ! @africacola_company @fproject_agency #africacola #cola #africafun #iamafrica #ourpeople #africa #ghana #burkinafaso
Les Etats ouest africains ont pris des engagements financiers forts en faveur de la PF. Gouvernements ouest-africains, traduisez maintenant ces engagements en actions ! #GenerationPF #project #africa #burkinafaso #benin #senegal #nigeria #cotedivoire #mali #healthinafrica #womenrights #development #humanrights #budget #sante #engagement #mobilisation #action #humanrights
Les Etats ouest africains ont pris des engagements financiers forts en faveur de la PF. Gouvernements ouest-africains, traduisez maintenant ces engagements en actions ! #GenerationPF #project #africa #burkinafaso #benin #senegal #nigeria #cotedivoire #mali #healthinafrica #womenrights #development #humanrights #budget #sante #engagement #mobilisation #action #humanrights
Well used shuttles!!!! 😍 #Africa #burkinafaso #hand #weaving #travel #potd
The Top African Teams In Latest FIFA Rankings

Football governing body FIFA have announced their latest world rankings. While Tunisia are the highest ranked African team, Bafana Bafana only sit in 16th position on the continent – here is an overview of the top ranked African teams.

Nigeria and Egypt became the first two African teams to book their spot at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. However, Tunisia are the highest ranked CAF team in the latest FIFA rankings announced on Monday. The North Africans only need one point from their final qualifier to book their ticket to Russia, and moved up three places to 28th position overall.

Egypt follow in second spot on the continent and 30th overall after Mohamed Salah's last-minute penalty against Congo ensured them their first World Cup participation since 1990.

Bafana Bafana's opponents for the crucial qualifiers in November, Senegal, are the third-highest ranked African side in 32nd spot overall.

DR Congo (35) and Nigeria (41) complete Africa's top five, while 2017 AFCON champions Cameroon currently sit in sixth position and 42nd overall.

Herve Renard's Morocco can also book their ticket to Russia if they don't lose to Ivory Coast in their final qualifier, and are in seventh position on the continent and 48th overall.

Ghana will miss out on the World Cup for the first time since 2002. As a consequence, the Black Stars are only eighth spot in the CAF ranking, and 52nd overall.

Burkina Faso (55) and Ivory Coast (61) complete Africa's 10 highest ranked nations, but both dropped in the overall ranking.

South Africa, meanwhile, have climbed up sixth spots following their 3-1 win over Burkina Faso, but still only appear in 74th position overall, and 16th on the continent.#fifa #caf #nigeria #egypt #southafrica #burkinafaso #tunisia #worldcup2018 #ivorycoast #ghana #blackstars #morocco #drCongo #afcon #bafanabafana #supereagles
The Top African Teams In Latest FIFA Rankings Football governing body FIFA have announced their latest world rankings. While Tunisia are the highest ranked African team, Bafana Bafana only sit in 16th position on the continent – here is an overview of the top ranked African teams. Nigeria and Egypt became the first two African teams to book their spot at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. However, Tunisia are the highest ranked CAF team in the latest FIFA rankings announced on Monday. The North Africans only need one point from their final qualifier to book their ticket to Russia, and moved up three places to 28th position overall. Egypt follow in second spot on the continent and 30th overall after Mohamed Salah's last-minute penalty against Congo ensured them their first World Cup participation since 1990. Bafana Bafana's opponents for the crucial qualifiers in November, Senegal, are the third-highest ranked African side in 32nd spot overall. DR Congo (35) and Nigeria (41) complete Africa's top five, while 2017 AFCON champions Cameroon currently sit in sixth position and 42nd overall. Herve Renard's Morocco can also book their ticket to Russia if they don't lose to Ivory Coast in their final qualifier, and are in seventh position on the continent and 48th overall. Ghana will miss out on the World Cup for the first time since 2002. As a consequence, the Black Stars are only eighth spot in the CAF ranking, and 52nd overall. Burkina Faso (55) and Ivory Coast (61) complete Africa's 10 highest ranked nations, but both dropped in the overall ranking. South Africa, meanwhile, have climbed up sixth spots following their 3-1 win over Burkina Faso, but still only appear in 74th position overall, and 16th on the continent.#fifa  #caf  #nigeria  #egypt  #southafrica  #burkinafaso  #tunisia  #worldcup2018  #ivorycoast  #ghana  #blackstars  #morocco  #drCongo  #afcon  #bafanabafana  #supereagles 
Je lance un appel à toute personne en quête d’une nouvelle opportunité qui pourra changer sa vie, de se joindre à nous lors de la conférence téléphonique du Jeudi 19 octobre 2017 à 19GMT (Afrique du Sud GMT+2)
#marketingdereseau #networkmarketing #opportunity #african #afrique #congo #ghana #gabon #togo #maroc #senegal #angola #tanzania #brazzaville #afriquedusud #cameroon #benin #burkinafaso #burundi #cotedivoire #mali
This is my idea of a dream home. A house painted with an all over pattern. What does your dream home look like? #repost @nairobidesignweek
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Tiebele is a small round fascinating village in Burkina faso, Known for its traditional Gourounsi architecture and carefully hand decorated houses.
These intricate houses were built by the Kassena people and are made entirely of local materials, with each painting and decoration being unique,symbolic and done with extreme care.

#architecture#oldarchitecture#traditionalarchitecture#archi#architectlover#traditionalhomes#culture#homes#mudhuts#mudhouses#traditionalmudhuts#design#paintings#symbols#uniquestructures#uniquehouses#burkinafaso#tiebele#nairobidesignweek
This is my idea of a dream home. A house painted with an all over pattern. What does your dream home look like? #repost  @nairobidesignweek . Tiebele is a small round fascinating village in Burkina faso, Known for its traditional Gourounsi architecture and carefully hand decorated houses. These intricate houses were built by the Kassena people and are made entirely of local materials, with each painting and decoration being unique,symbolic and done with extreme care. #architecture #oldarchitecture #traditionalarchitecture #archi #architectlover #traditionalhomes #culture #homes #mudhuts #mudhouses #traditionalmudhuts #design #paintings #symbols #uniquestructures #uniquehouses #burkinafaso #tiebele #nairobidesignweek 
On encourage notre doctorant Simon Meunier dans son projet de développement de pompage solaire pour fournir de l’eau potable au #burkinafaso
On encourage notre doctorant Simon Meunier dans son projet de développement de pompage solaire pour fournir de l’eau potable au #burkinafaso 
#contenu du #conteneurs #maritime #code #numero #171017 #b

#Toyota #Corolla #S
Toyota Corolla S
Toyota Corolla S
Toyota Corolla S

#cargo à partir de #Montreal #Quebec #Canada
#Escale au #Senegal #Dakar
#Livraison au #Mali

On #export pour l'#afrique
#Mali
#Burkinafaso
#Togo
#Niger
#Cotedivoire
#Senegal
#... Pour commander : civvvvic@Gmail.come

#Youtube @ShowCare_Mtl_Qc
Projet Culturel 2013 au Burkina Faso "De Bayeux à Bobo c'est la même connexion".
#bobodioulasso #France #burkinafaso #afrique #NSJ #346nsj
#contenu du #conteneurs #maritime #code #numero #171017 #b

#Toyota #Corolla #S
Toyota Corolla S
Toyota Corolla S
Toyota Corolla S

#cargo à partir de #Montreal #Quebec #Canada
#Escale au #Senegal #Dakar
#Livraison au #Mali

On #export pour l'#afrique
#Mali
#Burkinafaso
#Togo
#Niger
#Cotedivoire
#Senegal
#... Pour commander : civvvvic@Gmail.come

#Youtube @ShowCare_Mtl_Qc
What a Wednesday morning. This legend outshone the rain. Amazing seminar with pioneer film maker Gaston Kaboré of Burkina Faso. He also runs his own film school in Burkina. #africancinema #director #burkinafaso
What a Wednesday morning. This legend outshone the rain. Amazing seminar with pioneer film maker Gaston Kaboré of Burkina Faso. He also runs his own film school in Burkina. #africancinema  #director  #burkinafaso 
HZ-AB3 Al Anwa Aviation Boeing 727-022(RE)(WL) #727 #Boeing #Aviation #AVGEEK #LSGG #BurkinaFaso #Classic #BayLempek #Spotting #Spotter #GVA #avpic
#contenu du #conteneurs #maritime #code #numero #171017 #b

#Toyota #Corolla #S
Toyota Corolla S
Toyota Corolla S
Toyota Corolla S

#cargo à partir de #Montreal #Quebec #Canada
#Escale au #Senegal #Dakar
#Livraison au #Mali

On #export pour l'#afrique
#Mali
#Burkinafaso
#Togo
#Niger
#Cotedivoire
#Senegal
#... Pour commander : civvvvic@Gmail.come

#Youtube @ShowCare_Mtl_Qc
Olga, sabedora de su belleza me decía continuamente: “photo, photo” y sonreía... ❤️ #ChildhoodSmile #WendBeNeDo #Africa #BurkinaFaso #ONG
Gros plan sur le travail de la cire, première étape qui donnera la forme de l'objet !

#artisans #ouagadougou #burkinafaso #africa #talent #savoirfaire #bronze #project #commandespeciale #homedecor #homedesign #maisonintegre
@joeylesodlat propose en exclusivité le clip de son dernier single intitulé M'maan via @rfi_musique
http://musique.rfi.fr/rap/20171017-clip-exclusivite-mmaan-joey-le-soldat
#joeylesoldat#rap#ouagadougou#mmaan#barka#hiphop#rfimusique#exclu#burkinafaso
Ollos mor lærer Josefine fra JuleKaravanen at hente vand og bære det på hovedet tilbage til landsbyen. Vandet skal bæres cirka 200 meter igennem majsmarkernere, der ligger op af Ollos landsby. Josefines balje er kvart fyldt, og hun kan lige akkurat holde den på hovedet. Landsbyens kvinder må hente vand flere gange dagligt, for de skal bruge vandet til at lave mad, at drikke og til at vaske i.
#JuleKaravanen #Ulandskalender #BurkinaFaso #dkaid
Ollos mor lærer Josefine fra JuleKaravanen at hente vand og bære det på hovedet tilbage til landsbyen. Vandet skal bæres cirka 200 meter igennem majsmarkernere, der ligger op af Ollos landsby. Josefines balje er kvart fyldt, og hun kan lige akkurat holde den på hovedet. Landsbyens kvinder må hente vand flere gange dagligt, for de skal bruge vandet til at lave mad, at drikke og til at vaske i. #JuleKaravanen  #Ulandskalender  #BurkinaFaso  #dkaid