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The maman Shujaa center is most pleased to have received as visit from Mrs. Stone Carmen who stays this moment in DRC.She is from the United States of America. This lovely lady is very friendly, humble and smiling, belittles and approaches everyone to listen. In smal time she wish to know the local language who is Swahili and ready to do a little training in English in favor of Congolese women and girls with whom she spends the day. This lady does not even want to make a little time to rest, she has to worry about and educate girls and women in the DRC. Ms. Carmen is great. I like her

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Carmen's picture

Thank you Byamungo!!!! I

Thank you Byamungo!!!! I feel so welcome here and I could not teach English classes without you! I am so impressed with the women's desire to learn. After one hour they always want more. They are learning so quickly and doing so well. And you help make the class fun! You are a very good teacher.

Thank you so much for teaching me Swahili and making me feel welcome.

Aksanti Sanna

Carmen

byamungu bahati pascal's picture

Thank you too Carmen

I am very happy for your big help. I don't no how to express to gratitude to work with you. Thank you very much Carmen

Pascal BYAMUNGU

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