Arlene Agneroh parle à OSISA

By Editorial | September 11th, 2017
En marge du Sommet des peuples de la SADC, qui a eu lieu à Johannesburg en Août dernier, certains de nos partenaires de la République démocratique du Congo (RDC) nous ont parlé du travail qu'ils accomplissent, du contexte dans lesquelles ils travaillent et de ce qui doit se passé. De leurs propre voix: ShareThis

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