• Mauritania banknotes- Mauritanian paper money- Mauritanian Bonds-security of banknotes

    Mauritanian Ughia, the appearance of banknotes and banknotes. Ugia (Arabic أوقية) is the monetary unit of the state of Mauritania. One Moorish yogiya is equal to 5 humsam (Arabic خمس - "one fifth"). International designation MRO. The non-monetary currency, in addition to Mauritania, is used only in Madagascar. Banknotes in denominations of 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 Moorish ouguins, coins of 20, 10, 5, 1 and 1/5 odds (1 hums) are in circulation. Put into circulation in 1973 instead of the CFA franc in the ratio of 1 yuga = 5 francs. 1. Degrees of protection of Mauritanian Ughia - relief printing. A special method of printing, in which the ink protrudes above the surface of the paper and creates a roughness that feels to the touch. 2. Degrees of protection of Mauritanian Ughia - a uniq...

    published: 23 Jul 2017
  • Gold Bars For Sale Mauritania

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    published: 25 Sep 2016
  • Countryballs- Mauritania Cannot Into Frown

    As promised :D First quarter or so is based on a pre-existing comic, rest of it is me. Please consider clicking on the ads you see/turning off AdBlock.

    published: 06 Oct 2015
  • MAURITANIA | Forgotten Crises: refugees struggling with food shortages

    Inere is a refugee from bordering Mali. She lives in the Mbera camp in Mauritania with her husband and children: “The main problem for the children is the lack of milk. As I don’t have any money, I have to sell some of the rice from the distribution to buy milk.” The first Malian refugees arrived in Mauritania in 2012, fleeing the conflict beween the national army and opposing Tuareg rebels. There are now close to 50,000 people in the Mbera camp. While the humanitarian situation is gradually improving, availability of food remains a major concern. For more information about the situation in Mauritania, visit http://www.msf.org.uk/country-region/mauritania Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to peo...

    published: 23 Jun 2016
  • Mauritania 5: Travel Advice

    Title - Mauritania 5: Travel Advice For advice on travelling to Mauritania, please see the detailed post here: https://www.zamzamacademy.com/2016/11/advice-on-visiting-the-scholars-of-mauritania/ In this video Mufti Abdur-Rahman will provide some travel tips for those that intend to visit Mauritania. If you wish to view the other videos which were recorded while out in Mauritania then click on the playlist link below. Mauritania Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTgDm4XwxaRIo5y4In7ygbxwmi1JB4lG0 You can also like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zamzamacademy or Follow us on twitter: https://www.twitter.com/zamzamacademy Our Youtube channel is: https://www.youtube.com/ZamZamAcademy For publications: https://www.whitethreadpress.com

    published: 01 Apr 2015
  • Cycling Mauritania

    A short video of the Mauritanian scenery along the Nouadhibou - Nouakchott - Diama road. Unsurprisingly, there is a lot of sand. And a few camels. More details, stories and pictures on: http://freewheely.com/category/mauritania/

    published: 06 Jan 2015
  • Migrant Crisis: 'I pray to go and succeed' BBC News

    Tijan Jagne is from Gambia. He is a migrant and has been living in Mauritania for the past three years. He is trying to save enough money to get to Libya and from there across the Mediterranean to Europe. Despite news of hundreds of people dying over the past few days, he is still as determined to see his plans through. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews

    published: 22 Apr 2015
  • MAURITANIAN DAILY LIFE---GET FAT ! GET BEAUTIFUL ! GET WED ! Full HD Documentary

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    published: 15 May 2015
  • Mauritania's Rich Fishery Resources Drives Local Economy

    Mauritania's rich fishery resources benefit both the local economy and the people. As a country that boasts more than 700-kilometers of coastline and resourceful waters, Mauritania catches around 3 million tons of fish every year and as many as 300 fish species are amongst the country's annual catch. The average annual revenue of the nation's fishing industry amounts to 300 million U.S. dollars, 20 percent of the national revenue, according to statistics. Apart from its positive impact on the national economy, the fishery industry also alleviates the problem of food shortages and unemployment in the country. Local fishermen said that not only can they earn 20 U.S. dollars every day from selling fish at local markets but they can also benefit from exporting their fish abroad. Althou...

    published: 21 Aug 2016
  • MAURITANIA

    Mauritania is a country in the Maghreb region of western north Africa.it is the eleventh largest country in Africa, and is bordered by the Atlantic ocean to the west , morocco to the north , by Algeria to the northeast, by Mali in the east and southeast , and by Senegal in the southwest. approximately 90 percent of Mauritania land is within the Sahara desert.

    published: 26 Jul 2017
  • Slavery and forced labour in Mauritania

    published: 26 Jun 2017
  • Noura Mint Seymali "Tzenni"

    Noura Mint Seymali performed at The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy NY on April 29, 2015. Noura Mint Seymali - vocals / ardine Jeiche Ould Chighaly - guitar Ousmane Touré - bass Matthew Tinari - drums www.mediasanctuary.org Noura Mint Seymali is breaking ground. Heir to a Mauritanian Griot lineage stretching back for untold generations, Noura is blasting forward on the ancient spaceship of pentatonic desert blues and carving out a personality on her way as vanguard Diva of the Sahel. As the daughter of the late Seymali Ould Mouhamed Val, a revered scholar-musician credited as the first person to apply written notation to folk music in Mauritania, Noura possesses the sort of aural precision that is the glue of traditions across time. She is a tradition bearer. In her teenage yea...

    published: 03 Jun 2015
  • Building Bridges - Mauritania

    Watch now the highlights of the Building Bridges project in Mauritania.

    published: 28 Apr 2015
  • Living in Nouakchott - Expat Interview with Kristen (USA) about her life in Nouakchott, Mauritania

    http://www.whatsitlike.tv presents: Living in Nouakchott, Mauritania. What's it like to live in Nouakchott? A structured interview with expatriate business manager Kristen from New Jersey, USA about her expat life in Nouakchott, Mauritania. Kristen has been living in Mauritania for nine years, first as an aid worker and later as a business manager. Watch here part 01, "About me and about here". View all other parts of this Expat Interview, and many more testimonials and Expat Interviews by What’s it like TV on http://www.whatsitlike.tv or http://whatsitlike.pivotshare.com. This part “01 About me and about here” includes the following questions: - About myself and my background. Who is Kristen, and why and how did she move to Nouakchott, Mauritania? - Living in Nouakchott: Nouakchott in t...

    published: 27 Sep 2015
  • Represent (Mauritania)

    "Represent" features Waraba from Nouakchott, Mauritania. It is the sixteenth track off the upcoming LP "DJ Plain View Presents: Globalize." The album features some of the world's most talented emcees, representing 12 countries and holding it down in 10 different languages. Do the math. Hip hop is universal. Guitar: Graham Norwood. All beats by DJ Plain View.

    published: 05 Feb 2010
  • Mauritania's first Eco Mahdhara for Women

    Please help us to complete building, one of the first Traditional Islamic Institutes solely  dedicated to the education of Women and Children in Mauritania.  We have been working on this project for nearly three years, and have thus far purchased the land, and have built the superstructure including the roof.   We are now in need of your support and donations for the project so we can continue this effort to help our Mauritanian sisters and other sister from around the world in their journey  to study their Deen (religion)  Your contributions will go towards furnishings, paint, tiles, doors, windows, toilets, carpets and enough cement to finish the remaining structural work.  You can send your money via our LaunchGood campaign: https://www.launchgood.com/project/mauritanias_first_ecof...

    published: 07 May 2017
Mauritania banknotes- Mauritanian paper money- Mauritanian Bonds-security of banknotes

Mauritania banknotes- Mauritanian paper money- Mauritanian Bonds-security of banknotes

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Mauritanian Ughia, the appearance of banknotes and banknotes. Ugia (Arabic أوقية) is the monetary unit of the state of Mauritania. One Moorish yogiya is equal to 5 humsam (Arabic خمس - "one fifth"). International designation MRO. The non-monetary currency, in addition to Mauritania, is used only in Madagascar. Banknotes in denominations of 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 Moorish ouguins, coins of 20, 10, 5, 1 and 1/5 odds (1 hums) are in circulation. Put into circulation in 1973 instead of the CFA franc in the ratio of 1 yuga = 5 francs. 1. Degrees of protection of Mauritanian Ughia - relief printing. A special method of printing, in which the ink protrudes above the surface of the paper and creates a roughness that feels to the touch. 2. Degrees of protection of Mauritanian Ughia - a unique serial number placed on the obverse of the banknote on the left - horizontally, on the right - veritatively. 3. The degree of protection of Mauritanian Ughia is a hidden image, visible when the viewing angle of the banknote changes. 4. The degree of protection of Mauritanian Ughia is a microtext that can be read using a magnifying glass. 5. The degree of protection of Mauritanian Ughia is a watermark, which is a portrait and denomination of a banknote. Visible when examining a banknote against the light and from the obverse, and from the reverse. 6. The degree of protection of Mauritanian Ughia is a continuous metal protective thread. When examining the banknote against the light, the thread is visible in the form of a continuous dark strip. 7. The degree of protection of Mauritanian Oghia is an optically variable OVI paint. The paint contains optically variable pigments that drastically change color depending on the angle of view or illumination. 8. The degree of protection of Mauritanian Ughia is a hologram, the image on which changes when the viewing angle of the banknote changes. Approximate cost of notes Denomination: 100 Ugia Price: $ 3.50 Select: 10c Year: 2008 Class: UNC Denomination: 500 Ugia Price: $ 10.00 Select: 12b Year: 2006 Class: UNC Denomination: 100 Ugia Price: $ 3.50 Select: 16 Year: 2011 Class: UNC
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Gold Bars For Sale Mauritania

Gold Bars For Sale Mauritania

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2016
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Countryballs- Mauritania Cannot Into Frown

Countryballs- Mauritania Cannot Into Frown

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As promised :D First quarter or so is based on a pre-existing comic, rest of it is me. Please consider clicking on the ads you see/turning off AdBlock.
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MAURITANIA | Forgotten Crises: refugees struggling with food shortages

MAURITANIA | Forgotten Crises: refugees struggling with food shortages

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  • Updated: 23 Jun 2016
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Inere is a refugee from bordering Mali. She lives in the Mbera camp in Mauritania with her husband and children: “The main problem for the children is the lack of milk. As I don’t have any money, I have to sell some of the rice from the distribution to buy milk.” The first Malian refugees arrived in Mauritania in 2012, fleeing the conflict beween the national army and opposing Tuareg rebels. There are now close to 50,000 people in the Mbera camp. While the humanitarian situation is gradually improving, availability of food remains a major concern. For more information about the situation in Mauritania, visit http://www.msf.org.uk/country-region/mauritania Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://bit.ly/15M9M8v Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/Np5d/
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Mauritania 5:  Travel Advice

Mauritania 5: Travel Advice

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Title - Mauritania 5: Travel Advice For advice on travelling to Mauritania, please see the detailed post here: https://www.zamzamacademy.com/2016/11/advice-on-visiting-the-scholars-of-mauritania/ In this video Mufti Abdur-Rahman will provide some travel tips for those that intend to visit Mauritania. If you wish to view the other videos which were recorded while out in Mauritania then click on the playlist link below. Mauritania Series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTgDm4XwxaRIo5y4In7ygbxwmi1JB4lG0 You can also like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zamzamacademy or Follow us on twitter: https://www.twitter.com/zamzamacademy Our Youtube channel is: https://www.youtube.com/ZamZamAcademy For publications: https://www.whitethreadpress.com
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Cycling Mauritania

Cycling Mauritania

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2015
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A short video of the Mauritanian scenery along the Nouadhibou - Nouakchott - Diama road. Unsurprisingly, there is a lot of sand. And a few camels. More details, stories and pictures on: http://freewheely.com/category/mauritania/
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Migrant Crisis: 'I pray to go and succeed' BBC News

Migrant Crisis: 'I pray to go and succeed' BBC News

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2015
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Tijan Jagne is from Gambia. He is a migrant and has been living in Mauritania for the past three years. He is trying to save enough money to get to Libya and from there across the Mediterranean to Europe. Despite news of hundreds of people dying over the past few days, he is still as determined to see his plans through. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
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MAURITANIAN DAILY LIFE---GET FAT ! GET BEAUTIFUL ! GET WED ! Full HD Documentary

MAURITANIAN DAILY LIFE---GET FAT ! GET BEAUTIFUL ! GET WED ! Full HD Documentary

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  • Updated: 15 May 2015
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Mauritania's Rich Fishery Resources Drives Local Economy

Mauritania's Rich Fishery Resources Drives Local Economy

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  • Updated: 21 Aug 2016
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Mauritania's rich fishery resources benefit both the local economy and the people. As a country that boasts more than 700-kilometers of coastline and resourceful waters, Mauritania catches around 3 million tons of fish every year and as many as 300 fish species are amongst the country's annual catch. The average annual revenue of the nation's fishing industry amounts to 300 million U.S. dollars, 20 percent of the national revenue, according to statistics. Apart from its positive impact on the national economy, the fishery industry also alleviates the problem of food shortages and unemployment in the country. Local fishermen said that not only can they earn 20 U.S. dollars every day from selling fish at local markets but they can also benefit from exporting their fish abroad. Although the benefits are visible, local fishermen can only continue to earn money on days the weather permits. "We fish here, but everything does not always go smoothly. Sometimes, we can sell fish at a good price, sometimes not. It depends on the weather. If there are much fish in sea, the price will not be good. On the contrary, if there are little fish in sea, we can earn a lot. Our fish is not only sold here but also exported to Europe," said Ibrahim, a Senegalese fisherman fishing in Nouakchott. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20160821/8030196.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
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MAURITANIA

MAURITANIA

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Mauritania is a country in the Maghreb region of western north Africa.it is the eleventh largest country in Africa, and is bordered by the Atlantic ocean to the west , morocco to the north , by Algeria to the northeast, by Mali in the east and southeast , and by Senegal in the southwest. approximately 90 percent of Mauritania land is within the Sahara desert.
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Slavery and forced labour in Mauritania

Slavery and forced labour in Mauritania

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  • Updated: 26 Jun 2017
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Noura Mint Seymali "Tzenni"

Noura Mint Seymali "Tzenni"

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Noura Mint Seymali performed at The Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy NY on April 29, 2015. Noura Mint Seymali - vocals / ardine Jeiche Ould Chighaly - guitar Ousmane Touré - bass Matthew Tinari - drums www.mediasanctuary.org Noura Mint Seymali is breaking ground. Heir to a Mauritanian Griot lineage stretching back for untold generations, Noura is blasting forward on the ancient spaceship of pentatonic desert blues and carving out a personality on her way as vanguard Diva of the Sahel. As the daughter of the late Seymali Ould Mouhamed Val, a revered scholar-musician credited as the first person to apply written notation to folk music in Mauritania, Noura possesses the sort of aural precision that is the glue of traditions across time. She is a tradition bearer. In her teenage years she was groomed as a choriste with Dimi Mint Abba (her step-mother), one of the first and only Mauritanian artists to be “discovered” in the West. But despite all this traditional cred and the fast-and-easy money that traditional weddings represent – where the musicians are literally showered in bills of Ouguiya (“Make it rain” origins?) – Noura has distanced herself from the usual griot venues in favor of a modern orchestre and the international festival circuit. At Mali’s famous Festival au Desert, Spain’s Pirineos and Noches de Ramadan, and with dates in Maroc, Cote d’Ivoire, Congo-Brazzaville, Algeria, and Sénégal, Noura has made her debut on the international stage, attracting attention for her vocal agility, depth and range. Her particular brand of so-called Afropop is one that reflects the context of métissage from which it originates – the cultural geography of Mauritania being where Arab and Black Africa coalesce – effortlessly linking tonal and rhythmic modalities from opposite sides of the Sahara and setting it to a back beat. Mauritania’s unusual position between these macro-cultural networks finds its most obvious manifestation in digital age domestic life via ubiquitous satellite TV, where avid consumption of programming ranging from Turkish soaps and Saudi news to the latest music videos of Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, and Lebanon is an across-class feature of homes (broadband is still largely relegated to cyber cafés). A mother of three and a product of this more eclectic generation, Noura is unafraid to compose melancholy Moorish reggae or sing traditional over techno beats. Its really just a matter of what catches her interest. Being a diva is not easy. Noura keeps a higher professional profile than many Mauritanian women. Her husband, a similarly non-conventional griot, is in fact the guitarist/tidinit player in her backing band. Although her career interests have brought the occasional social pressure, ultimately most would like to see Noura globalize Mauritanian music in a way similar to that which has happened for neighboring nations like Mali and Senegal. Interestingly, Mauritania remains one of few places in the world where traditional music is still better supported and more profitable than pop music. In carving out her style with what is locally referred to as “tradi-moderne” music, Noura has by no means left tradition behind; she begins each concert playing ardine (a harp played by women), accompanied by the usual ensemble of tidinit (lute) and teubeul (drum) to set the tone before being joined on stage by a modern rhythm section.
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Building Bridges - Mauritania

Building Bridges - Mauritania

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  • Updated: 28 Apr 2015
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Watch now the highlights of the Building Bridges project in Mauritania.
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Living in Nouakchott - Expat Interview with Kristen (USA) about her life in Nouakchott, Mauritania

Living in Nouakchott - Expat Interview with Kristen (USA) about her life in Nouakchott, Mauritania

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http://www.whatsitlike.tv presents: Living in Nouakchott, Mauritania. What's it like to live in Nouakchott? A structured interview with expatriate business manager Kristen from New Jersey, USA about her expat life in Nouakchott, Mauritania. Kristen has been living in Mauritania for nine years, first as an aid worker and later as a business manager. Watch here part 01, "About me and about here". View all other parts of this Expat Interview, and many more testimonials and Expat Interviews by What’s it like TV on http://www.whatsitlike.tv or http://whatsitlike.pivotshare.com. This part “01 About me and about here” includes the following questions: - About myself and my background. Who is Kristen, and why and how did she move to Nouakchott, Mauritania? - Living in Nouakchott: Nouakchott in three sentences. - Arriving in Nouakchott: Culture shock. - Living in Nouakchott: What do you like best? What do you like least? - Living in Nouakchott: Missing home. In the full Expat Interview on http://whatsitlike.tv, as well as in the interviews with other expats there, the interviewed expatriates will give their individual answers about: - Finding friends in Nouakchott and integrating to local life. What’s it like to make friends in Nouakchott? - Bringing a partner and raising children in Nouakchott. What’s it like to move to Nouakchott with children? - Working in Nouakchott. What’s it like to have a Mauritanian boss or supplier? How do you hire and motivate a Mauritanian team? - Living in Nouakchott and the quality of life. What is the cultural offer or the night life like in Nouakchott? - Money matters and finances for expats in Nouakchott, Mauritania. Is living and working in Nouakchott worth it? - Paperwork, administrative issues for expats in Nouakchott, including tourist visa and working visa for Mauritania. - Safety and security in Nouakchott. How safe is Nouakchott for expats? Interviewed Expatriates on What’s it like TV share their experiences, hints and tips on all topics mentioned above. Expat Interviews by What’s it like TV: The dos and don'ts list of the Nouakchott Expat. http://www.whatsitlike.tv. An American living in Nouakchott, Mauritania shares her experience. The essential guide for the future Nouakchott expat. What's it like to live in Nouakchott? Expat Interviews by What's it like TV. Sharing experience that matters. Watch this video if you are moving to Nouakchott or moving to Mauritania, if you consider living in Nouakchott or living in Mauritania, if you want to emigrate to work in Nouakchott or to work in Mauritania, or if you consider living abroad and living overseas in general and become an expatriate. Watch also the following Expat Interviews by What's it like TV web sites: The main Expat Interviews by What's it like TV web site: http://www.whatsitlike.tv American Expat Kristen in Nouakchott, Mauritania on the Expat Interviews by What's it like TV web site: http://whatsitlike.pivotshare.com/authors/nouakchott%3A-kristen-from-the-usa./9630/media?a_sort=name&a_order=asc&m_sort=title&m_order=asc The backup page of Expat Interviews by What's it like TV: http://www.expat-interviews.com Destinations of Expat Interviews by What's it like TV currently include: - Living in China: Living in Shanghai, Living in Beijing, Living in Hong Kong - Living in Africa: Living in Cape Town, South Africa, Living in Johannesburg, South Africa, Living in Nairobi, Kenya, Living in Kigali, Rwanda, Living in Lusaka, Zambia, Living in Bujumbura, Burundi, Living in Nouakchott, Mauritania, Living in Tunis, Tunisia. - Living in Europe: Living in Geneva, Switzerland, Living in Zurich, Switzerland Auswandern nach Nouakchott? Kristen aus den USA erzählt von ihren Erfahrungen. Sehen Sie alles zum Leben in Nouakchott, mit Familie und Kindern, Integration und Freunde finden, arbeiten in Nouakchott, Einwanderung und Administratives, Themen zur Sicherheit in Nouakchott und Mauretanien, sowie Geldfragen. Wollen Sie nach Nouakchott ziehen? In Nouakchott arbeiten? Dann sehen Sie unsere Auswanderer-Interviews an! Wie sicher ist Nouakchott? Unsere Interview-Partner berichten über ihre spezifischen Erfahrungen mit Nouakchott und Mauretanien und geben gute Tipps für den Anfang. S'expatrier à Nouakchott? S'expatrier en Mauritanie? Travailler en Mauritanie? S'intégrer et trouver des amis, la sécurité à Nouakchott, la bureaucratie, vivre dans la ville, les visas, tout sera abordé par Kristen qui est une expatriée américaine à Nouakchott. Emigrar a Nouakchott? Emigrar a Mauritania? Trabajar en Mauritania? Integrarse y hacerse amistades, la seguridad en Nouakchott, la burocracia, los visados, vivir en la ciudad, toto está tratado por Kristen, una expatriada americana.
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Represent (Mauritania)

Represent (Mauritania)

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"Represent" features Waraba from Nouakchott, Mauritania. It is the sixteenth track off the upcoming LP "DJ Plain View Presents: Globalize." The album features some of the world's most talented emcees, representing 12 countries and holding it down in 10 different languages. Do the math. Hip hop is universal. Guitar: Graham Norwood. All beats by DJ Plain View.
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Mauritania's first Eco Mahdhara for Women

Mauritania's first Eco Mahdhara for Women

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  • Updated: 07 May 2017
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Please help us to complete building, one of the first Traditional Islamic Institutes solely  dedicated to the education of Women and Children in Mauritania.  We have been working on this project for nearly three years, and have thus far purchased the land, and have built the superstructure including the roof.   We are now in need of your support and donations for the project so we can continue this effort to help our Mauritanian sisters and other sister from around the world in their journey  to study their Deen (religion)  Your contributions will go towards furnishings, paint, tiles, doors, windows, toilets, carpets and enough cement to finish the remaining structural work.  You can send your money via our LaunchGood campaign: https://www.launchgood.com/project/mauritanias_first_ecofriendly_womens_mahdhara#/ Or via Paypal paypal.me/MBSayed Background:  My wife and I have been living in the Mauritanian countryside for the past five years and we have come to realize the incredible importance of the preservation of the Mahdhara system and the traditional way of acquiring knowledge in Mauritania. All subjects are memorized with chains going back hundreds of years, passed on from teacher to students. There is immense blessings in acquiring knowledge through the Mauritanian way.  Visit: www.mahdhara.com
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