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Phil G. tembeya

Democratic Republic of the CongoBukavu and Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo

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July 14, 2012

Phil G. tembeya

About Me: 

Hi,

I am Mr. Jen Philippe Gombaniro Tembeya from the DRC.
Journalist, Environmentalist and Wildlife Conservationist, Fotball and Tennis Coach.
I have also learnt to be a Manager after my Master's Degree in Business Administration, especially Project Management. I am now running small business like English learning school, Tourism agency and Gombanet University in Bukavu next October with 60% women in the acdemic and administrative activities.

I like helping women and kids in their promotion and defend their their rights through our local NGO "Gombanet Foundation".
Many people wonder why I am so much interested in women and child promotion when men speak for theselves
and nobody else speaks for them. I say, the voice of a woman is lowered by man's dictatorship. They say I am
crazzy and I say "Yes, for the sake of those who are stepped down".
My wife and I train women leaders and prepare them to help us convince as many as possible through sports activities.
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My Passions: 
Sport, Tourism and Environment Research, plays
My Challenges: 
Naivety (I quickly trust people who desappoint me afterwards) and short financial ressources
My Vision for the Future: 
To have 60% of women having the same rights as men in DRC
My Areas of Expertise: 
Sports, Teaching, Business, Media and Movie making
My Languages: 
English, French

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