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Niña Bedik - Senegal

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Niña Bedik - Senegal




Primer dia d'escola - First day of school

Un record pels centenars de milions de nens sense escolaritzar ... l'educació és un factor de pau i covivencia i un element de protecció i empoderament pels propis infants.




Operation AUGURAL

12 August 2005
Dakar, Senegal

Grizzly and Husky armoured vehicles arrive on August 12 at the Port of Dakar. The vehicles were shipped from Canada on the Marinus Green, a Dutch commercial ship.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative
announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.


Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

16 August 2005
Thies, Senegal

Sgt Mike Hawthorn, 2 RCR, from CFB Gagetown instructs African Union soldiers on the action drills used in the turret of the Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle at the range in Senegal camp, Thies.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the Africain Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

12 August 2005
Dakar, Senegal

Grizzly and Husky armoured vehicles arrived on August 12 at the Port of Dakar. The vehicles were shipped from Canada on the Marinus Green, a Dutch commercial ship.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative
announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.


Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

12 August 2005
Dakar, Senegal

Grizzly and Husky armoured vehicles arrived on August 12 at the Port of Dakar. The vehicles were shipped from Canada on the Marinus Green, a Dutch commercial ship.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative
announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.


Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

26 July 2005
Dakar, Senegal

MCpl Maurice Boire (Left) and Cpl Beno”t Leblanc (Right) stand by a Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle at the Dakar International Airport, Senegal.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: Sgt Matt Devine, Canadian Forces Medical Technician




Operation AUGURAL

16 August 2005
Thies, Senegal

Sgt Mike Hawthorn, 2 RCR, from CFB Gagetown instructs African Union soldiers on the action drills used in the turret of the Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle at the range in Senegal camp, Thies.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the Africain Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

13 August 2005
Thies, Senegal

MCpl Rock Bourdeau, a vehicle technician, from CFB Valcartier instructs an African Union soldier on driving the Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the Africain Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

13 August 2005
Thies, Senegal

Canadian Forces members instruct African Union soldiers on driving the Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the Africain Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Daily life of Khadi and Mariam for HEIFER

LINGUERE - SENEGAL: Khardiata Alassane Ba, 10 drinks fresh milk as she looks at her mother Mariame Modi Sow at Nacara village on August 30 2018 in Matam province, Senegal. Photo by Xaume Olleros for Heifer




Daily life of Khadi and Mariam for HEIFER

LINGUERE - SENEGAL: Khardiata Alassane Ba, 10 drinks fresh milk as she looks at her mother Mariame Modi Sow at Nacara village on August 30 2018 in Matam province, Senegal. Photo by Xaume Olleros for Heifer




Daily life of Khadi and Mariam for HEIFER

LINGUERE - SENEGAL: Khardiata Alassane Ba poses for a portrait holding some eggs ready collected at Nacara village on August 29 2018 in Matam province, Senegal. Photo by Xaume Olleros for Heifer




Daily life of Khadi and Mariam for HEIFER

LINGUERE - SENEGAL: Khardiata Alassane Ba, 10 shows a bowl of fresh milk at Nacara village on August 30 2018 in Matam province, Senegal. Photo by Xaume Olleros for Heifer




Operation AUGURAL

12 August 2005
Dakar, Senegal

The Grizzly and Husky armoured vehicles arrived on August 12 at the Port of Dakar. The vehicles were shipped from Canada on the Marinus Green, a Dutch commercial ship.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative
announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.


Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

13 August 2005
Thies, Senegal

MCpl Bruce Doucette, a combat engineer, from CFB Gagetown instructs an African Union soldier on driving the Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the Africain Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

11 August 2005
Thies, Senegal

MCpl Rock Bourdeau, a vehicle technician, from CFB Valcartier instructs an African Union soldier on driving the Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the Africain Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

13 August 2005
Thies, Senegal

MCpl Corey Willcott, a combat engineer, from CFB Gagetown instructs an African Union soldier on driving the Grizzly general purpose armoured vehicle.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the Africain Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.

Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

12 August 2005
Dakar, Senegal

MCpl David Audet (Left), and Pte Mike Hill (Right) drive Grizzly armoured vehicle that arrived on August 12 at the Port of Dakar. The vehicles were shipped from Canada on the Marinus Green, a Dutch commercial ship.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative
announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.


Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera




Operation AUGURAL

12 August 2005
Dakar, Senegal

MCpl David Audet, a mechanical from CFB Valcartier, refuel a Grizzly armoured vehicle that arrive on August 12 at the Port of Dakar. The vehicles were shipped from Canada on the Marinus Green, a Dutch commercial ship.

An implementation team of up to 80 Canadian Forces personnel were deployed to Senegal, to provide African Union (AU) soldiers with training in the operation and maintenance of armoured vehicles.

Canada provided 105 armoured vehicles, training and maintenance assistance, and personal protective equipment in support of the efforts of the African Union Mission in Sudan (AMIS) to bring peace and stability to the Darfur region. The 100 "Grizzly" general purpose armoured vehicles and five "Husky" armoured recovery vehicles are used by AU troops from Nigeria, Rwanda and Senegal.

This Canadian Forces support mission was part of the overall Government of Canada initiative
announced by Prime Minister Martin on 12 May 2005.


Photo by: MCPL Marc Lacourse, Canadian Forces Combat Camera





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