- published: 22 Aug 2009
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for melchiade and irene^^
BURUNDI : INTAHE CULTURAL DANCE
Now, instead of living in self pity, a group of refugees from Burundi in Uganda are runing a music, dance and drama group to entertain people for a fee. The group also promotes Burundi culture and helps unite the urban refugees in Kampala. Speaking to NTV, members of the group narrated their ordeal back home after President Pierre Nkurunziza insisted on running for a third term. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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the magnificent, amazing orchestra of drummers of Burundi with their leader - the olderman Antim and his grandson the youngest drummer play in Gishora village in Burundi.i feel grateful for witnessing such a sacred ceremony and beeing a part of the powerful energy of their circle.
Plus de vidéos sur notre site : http://tfoplus.org/0sx6w Parcours d'un immigrant au Canada Appolinaire Yengayenge a immigré au Canada en 2008. Toutefois, sa femme et ses enfants sont arrivés quelques années auparavant. Professeur d'université dans son pays d'origine, le Burundi, il a été complètement déboussolé en arrivant ici. N'étant pas capable de s'adapter à la culture canadienne, il est reparti au Burundi en laissant ses enfants et sa femme ici. Puis, en 2008, il est revenu et s'est installé définitivement au Canada, à Ottawa. Appolinaire Yengayenge nous raconte son parcours et les difficultés d'un immigrant lors de son arrivée. ---- Sonar TFO, l'écho francophone Rejoins-nous sur Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/SonarTFO
Umugwi ndangakaranga CLUB IHUNJA munyuma yaho ukoze isanamu nshasha y'umuziki INYAMBO itavyorosha ubu naho babazaniye isnamu nshasha itavyorosha ije kw'izina rya VYAGIRE MURI BEZA. Ikaba ari isnamu iha ikaze aho baririmba bavuga ngo:" BASHITSI BEZA MWASHIKIYE MUTAMA KAZE IWACU VYAGIRA MURI BEZA KAZE NGIZO NASHASHE NIMUSHIME MUSHIKI WIWACU DUSANGIRE IKIRAGO ARIKO MUTAMA NDABONA AFISE AMAKENGA IJAMBO RYANYU NGIRYO RIRABUGURA , BEZA BINKA VYAGIRE NASHIMYE BASHISHIRIYE NANJE CA NDABASHIMA................. Mukunzi w'umuziki ndangakaranga ku Burundi bwacu komeza wumviriza amajambo meza cane gose y'isanamu VYAGIRE MURI BEZA aka ari y'inkoramutima.
Imirishyo y'ingoma z'Abarundi muri FESPAD 2013
Burundi Cultural Group has maintained their dedication to promoting Burundian culture in Sweden. The group has being performing in many cultural activities all over Sweden such as in Stockholm, Malmö, Örebro, Falun and many other places. Whatever you pay to see them they worth the price. Enjoy FreeStyla TV
Burundians girls performing a traditional dance at a wedding ceremony.
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Title: Amafoto Y' Ubukwe Bwiza Butandukanye Muri 2016 (Burundi Version) Abanyarwanda n' Abarundi Turi Abavandimwe. We have many in common including Language, Culture etc. Remember we were once one country. Therefore, we need to cherish what brings us together more than what tear us apart. This video was created by a Rwandan using randomly selected photos to celebrate the beauty of our fellow Burindian brothers and sisters. Enjoy! if You have any problem regarding this video. Let Us Know (send us a message) The Video was created and uploaded by thecatvevo250 LIKE & SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS
Directed by FRED NIYO'O, Produced by CHARLOTTE WEBER Production: DOLLARS MEDIA ENTERTAINMENT © 2014 Location: Western Australia, Perth Synopsis A 45 year old African male from Burundi immigrated to Australia, and due to the language barrier faces new challenges both at work and home. He invests all his dreams into the future of his two children, Dieudonne and Aline. But his dreams and hopes come with a price as his son deceives him.
April's presenter was Josephine Bizimana, a Parent Community Specialist with the Multilingual Center, who focused on the experience of education in Burundi and how that impacts students and their families as they transition to American schools. Lunch & Learn Sessions are helping Portland Public Schools staff gain a greater appreciation of other cultures.