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HONORING DEDICATED CONGOLESE WOMEN

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The CCWM recently celebrated the International Women's Day 2023 and the Month of Women's History at the Upper County Community Center in Gaithersburg MD.


This amazing moment of gathering was made possible with the hard work of our volunteers of the planning committee and we are grateful for everyone who came celebrating our women.


Many dignitaries showed us once again their warm support by gracing us with their presence and we underlined they dedication of some of our most inspiring women that we are proud to count as dedicated members of the congolese community.


 

CCWM WOMEN OF EXCEPTION




Certificates of Appreciation 2023

  • Her Excellency Maman Marie-Hélène Mathey-Boo Lowumba (Ambassador of Congo DRC in USA)

  • Maman Sifa Love Fashion Designer (CCWM Events Coordinator)

  • Maman Nicole Samantha Ukiteyedi (Actual 1st Lady)

  • Maman Dr. Rachel Lokanga (President of CCWM Electoral Commission)

  • Maman Diane Clarisse Yolo (former CCWM President of the Board of Directors)

  • Maman Claudine Sassa (former CCWM President)

  • Maman Pastor Elizabeth Ebeka (former CCWM President of the Board of Directors)

  • Maman Nathalie Tshibuyi (CCWM Board Member)

  • Maman Epaeli Koli Mayaka (former 1st Lady)

  • Maman Mireille Lendo (CCWM Secretary General)




The CCWM President Claude Kamana personally handed the Certificates of Appreciation to some of our most inspiring congolese women.


















A symbolic rose was distributed (to each women present at the event) to remind how much we love and admire all our women and sisters.
















Newly elected CCWM Chairman of the Board papa Dady Djamba shared an amazing speech on respect and empowerment of our women within the community and his engagement for the organization.













 

DIGNITARIES PRESENCE

Honorable members of the diplomatic staff joined the Congo DRC ambassador Mrs Mathey Boo Lowumba


 

FASHION SHOW

BY CONGOLESE DESIGNER SIFA LOVE



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CCCC aka THE CONGO HOUSE FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

DONATION FROM CONGO RIVER SHIPPING SERVICES (CRSS)


We must mention the contribution of all guests who gave an amount during the event to participate to the CCCC fundraising campaign. The fundraiser launched by the previous administration aims to provide the funds to purchase the land to build the Congo Culture & Community Center (CCCC) known by the name of The Congo House in the Washington Metropolitan area.



Congo House Commission director Nicole Apanda accepting the donation from CRSS



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NKUMU KATALAY


Nkumu Katalay is an artist, orator, multi-instrumentalist, and social activist whose main objective is to promote humanity. Born in Kinshasa, the capital city of the DR. of Congo and he lives in NYC. Nkumu's vision highlights the contribution of Congolese cultures in modern world history. He is the founder of The "Life Long Project" Band, a musical group and a project which focuses on pushing the positive narrative of the Congolese culture via music and social-cultural and educational initiatives. He is also founder of the Afro Congolese Dance program and company. Afro Congolese Dance programs have weekly mental and physical dance activities throughout New York City, in schools, corporations, or cultural centers for all ages from children to adults and seniors.





 

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