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Rosie PIOTH

CongoPointe-Noire, Congo

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Rosie PIOTH

About Me: 

Freelance journalist, I do radio and television before I started today in the print media.I am always on the lookout for training, seminars and other meetings in order to learn more about my job, so that through my pen, I defend what I hold precious, ie myself, wife.
For no better way to talk about women than a woman! Can not defend it even better.
I like to travel: Goma, Beni, Butembo, Mbujimayi, Kananga in DRC, Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire where I live for some time, Germany, Chad, South Africa, Tanzania, Belgium, France, Angola, Uganda.
I want to see the advent of a better world without rape or violence of any kind that may exist, a world of respect for human rights, without pollution.
I am married with one daughter.

My Passions: 
Sport,Lecture, Prier, Travailler, Méditer, Réfléchir.
My Challenges: 
Lancer d'ici peu un Magazine féminin axé sur les informations liées au genre et au dévelopement
My Vision for the Future: 
Un monde de paix, de joie, et d'amour.
My Areas of Expertise: 
Informatique, journalisme, communication,children,environnement,résolution des conflits, développement, égalité entre les hommes et les femmes,social
My Languages: 
French, English, Swahili, Lingala,Tshiluba,Kikongo, Français

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