Contact du minist�re de l�ducation de congo brazza

Tuesday, May 17, Please find the list of the new Government members of the Republic of Congo published on April 30th, The project of the new constitution for the Republic of Congo is now Thursday, October 15, Following the speech given by the President of the Republic on September 28th, announcing the organization of a referendum on the evolution of our institutions, the Council of Ministers in its official report published on The Republic of Congo is ranked as one of the top 46 places to visit in Tuesday, April 16, Ranked as the 39th top country to visit in by the New York Times, the Republic of Congo has recently become a favorite destination for ecotourism lovers.

Monday, October 1, The following is the list of the new Government members of the Republic of Congo published on September 25th, Avis relatif au rapatriement des restes mortuaires des Citoyens Congolais. The project of the new constitution for the Republic of Congo is now available. Bringing Congo to the heart of America. More videos Please enter valid email.It is bordered by five countries: Gabon to its west; Cameroon to its northwest and the Central African Republic to its northeast; the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the southeast and the Angolan exclave of Cabinda to its south; and the Atlantic Ocean to its southwest.

The official language is French. The region was dominated by Bantu -speaking tribes at least 3, years ago, who built trade links leading into the Congo River basin.

Congo was formerly part of the French colony of Equatorial Africa. The sovereign state has had multi-party elections sincealthough a democratically elected government was ousted in the Republic of the Congo Civil Warand President Denis Sassou Nguessowho first came to power inhas ruled for 35 of the past 40 years.

The Republic of the Congo has become the fourth-largest oil producer in the Gulf of Guineaproviding the country with a degree of prosperity despite political and economic instability in some areas and unequal distribution of oil revenue nationwide.

Congo's economy is heavily dependent on the oil sector, and economic growth has slowed considerably since the post drop in oil prices. The Bakongoa Bantu ethnic group that also occupied parts of present-day Angola, Gabon, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, formed the basis for ethnic affinities and rivalries among those countries.

Several Bantu kingdoms—notably those of the Kongothe Loangoand the Teke —built trade links leading into the Congo River basin. After centuries as a major hub for transatlantic trade, direct European colonization of the Congo river delta began in the late 19th century, subsequently eroding the power of the Bantu societies in the region. The French designated Brazzaville as the federal capital.

Economic development during the first 50 years of colonial rule in Congo centered on natural-resource extraction. The methods were often brutal: construction of the Congo—Ocean Railroad following World War I has been estimated to have cost at least 14, lives.

Congo benefited from the postwar expansion of colonial administrative and infrastructure spending as a result of its central geographic location within AEF and the federal capital at Brazzaville. Following the revision of the French constitution that established the Fifth Republic inthe AEF dissolved into its constituent parts, each of which became an autonomous colony within the French Community.

During these reforms, Middle Congo became known as the Republic of the Congo in [15] and published its first constitution in New elections took place in April By the time the Congo became independent in AugustOpangault, the former opponent of Youlou, agreed to serve under him. Youlou became the first President of the Republic of the Congo. The Republic of the Congo received full independence from France on 15 August Youlou ruled as the country's first president until labour elements and rival political parties instigated a three-day uprising that ousted him.

The bodies of two of them were later found, mutilated, by the Congo River. Ngouabi, who had participated in the coup, assumed the presidency on 31 December Two years later, Yhombi-Opango was forced from power and Denis Sassou Nguesso become the new president. Sassou Nguesso aligned the country with the Eastern Bloc and signed a twenty-year friendship pact with the Soviet Union.

Over the years, Sassou had to rely more on political repression and less on patronage to maintain his dictatorship. Pascal Lissoubawho became Congo's first elected president — during the period of multi-party democracy, attempted to implement economic reforms with IMF backing to liberalize the economy.

Congo's democratic progress was derailed inwhen Lissouba and Sassou started to fight for power in the civil war. As presidential elections scheduled for July approached, tensions between the Lissouba and Sassou camps mounted. On 5 June, President Lissouba's government forces surrounded Sassou's compound in Brazzaville and Sassou ordered members of his private militia known as "Cobras" to resist.

Thus began a four-month conflict that destroyed or damaged much of Brazzaville and caused tens of thousands of civilian deaths. In mid-October, the Lissouba government fell. Soon thereafter, Sassou declared himself president.

International observers took issue with the organization of the presidential election and the constitutional referendum, both of which were reminiscent in their organization of Congo's era of the one-party state.I recently had the unique opportunity to travel to Brazzaville, capital of the Republic of the Congo, and the place really surprised me.

What I thought was going to be a scary, intimidating destination turned out to be one of the safest, friendliest cities I've ever visited in Africa. Prior to my trip, I had the impression that the Congo was a dangerous, lawless country. While this is a pretty accurate description of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, things are very different in the neighboring Republic of the Congo. Did you know that there are two Congos? Both are named after the Congo River that divides them, and their capital cities face each other on opposite banks of this mighty body of water.

Indeed, they are the closest pair of capital cities anywhere in the world unless you count Rome and the Vatican City. To avoid confusion, the two countries are often referred to by the names of their capitals.

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The two share a similar culture and language, but their tragic colonial histories have led them down different paths. Check out this video for a short but insightful history lesson that explains why there are two Congos.

So while Brazzaville is incredibly safe, even for solo female travelers, its reputation by association with the DRC has kept tourists away. Basilique Sainte Anne du Congo. At that time, Brazzaville was the official capital of Free France, the government-in-exile led by Charles de Gaulle that continued to fight against Hitler even after France had fallen. The basilica was envisioned as a strong and visible symbol of the power of Free France. Inthe spire of the bell tower was finally finished.

Its roof of emerald green tiles is said to represent the scales of a snake. Mass is held every morning at am, and the main mass is on Sundays at am. When you visit, you may be lucky enough to stumble upon a wedding like I did!

Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza -- humanist or colonizer? Opinion is divided about De Brazza, an Italian-born Frenchman who convinced the local king to place his kingdom under the protection of the French, making the Congo a French colony.Enregistrer mon nom, mon e-mail et mon site web dans le navigateur pour mon prochain commentaire.

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These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. But opting out of some of these cookies may have an effect on your browsing experience.It is bordered by five countries: Gabon to its west; Cameroon to its northwest and the Central African Republic to its northeast; the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the southeast and the Angolan exclave of Cabinda to its south; and the Atlantic Ocean to its southwest.

The official language is French. The region was dominated by Bantu -speaking tribes at least 3, years ago, who built trade links leading into the Congo River basin.

Congo was formerly part of the French colony of Equatorial Africa. The sovereign state has had multi-party elections sincealthough a democratically elected government was ousted in the Republic of the Congo Civil Warand President Denis Sassou Nguessowho first came to power inhas ruled for 35 of the past 40 years.

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The Republic of the Congo has become the fourth-largest oil producer in the Gulf of Guineaproviding the country with a degree of prosperity despite political and economic instability in some areas and unequal distribution of oil revenue nationwide. Congo's economy is heavily dependent on the oil sector, and economic growth has slowed considerably since the post drop in oil prices.

The Bakongoa Bantu ethnic group that also occupied parts of present-day Angola, Gabon, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, formed the basis for ethnic affinities and rivalries among those countries. Several Bantu kingdoms—notably those of the Kongothe Loangoand the Teke —built trade links leading into the Congo River basin. After centuries as a major hub for transatlantic trade, direct European colonization of the Congo river delta began in the late 19th century, subsequently eroding the power of the Bantu societies in the region.

The French designated Brazzaville as the federal capital. Economic development during the first 50 years of colonial rule in Congo centered on natural-resource extraction. The methods were often brutal: construction of the Congo—Ocean Railroad following World War I has been estimated to have cost at least 14, lives.

Congo benefited from the postwar expansion of colonial administrative and infrastructure spending as a result of its central geographic location within AEF and the federal capital at Brazzaville. Following the revision of the French constitution that established the Fifth Republic inthe AEF dissolved into its constituent parts, each of which became an autonomous colony within the French Community.

During these reforms, Middle Congo became known as the Republic of the Congo in [15] and published its first constitution in New elections took place in April By the time the Congo became independent in AugustOpangault, the former opponent of Youlou, agreed to serve under him.

Youlou became the first President of the Republic of the Congo. The Republic of the Congo received full independence from France on 15 August Youlou ruled as the country's first president until labour elements and rival political parties instigated a three-day uprising that ousted him. The bodies of two of them were later found, mutilated, by the Congo River.

Ngouabi, who had participated in the coup, assumed the presidency on 31 December Two years later, Yhombi-Opango was forced from power and Denis Sassou Nguesso become the new president. Sassou Nguesso aligned the country with the Eastern Bloc and signed a twenty-year friendship pact with the Soviet Union. Over the years, Sassou had to rely more on political repression and less on patronage to maintain his dictatorship. Pascal Lissoubawho became Congo's first elected president — during the period of multi-party democracy, attempted to implement economic reforms with IMF backing to liberalize the economy.

Congo's democratic progress was derailed inwhen Lissouba and Sassou started to fight for power in the civil war. As presidential elections scheduled for July approached, tensions between the Lissouba and Sassou camps mounted.So let's give thanks to De Brazza. This week, the remains of French-Italian explorer and colonialist Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza was exhumed in Algeria and reinterred in a multi-million dollar mausoleum in Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of the Congo which still bears his name.

The international mainstream media have barely mentioned the reinterrment, and where they have, much of the coverage has stressed De Brazza's humanitarian and anti-slavery work. However, many Congolese, as well as citizens from throughout French-speaking Africa, view De Brazza as a colonizer and are appalled by Brazzaville's decision to honor him like a founding father.

For many, the event raises difficult questions about how to remember the past and build a national identity in countries whose very existence is owed to the same foreign powers that tried to dominate and destroy their people. Mwinda Press, the journal of the Associaton of Congolese Democrats in France, has several articles Fr on the De Brazza story, each of which provoked a flurry of commentary from the site's readers. The Congolese government and others who support the mausoleum project stress that De Brazza was different from other European colonialists, that he was a humanist and a pacifist who fought against slavery and protected African interests.

At the Mwinda Press, a reader called Moi quotes from www. How much did they get to recite this amnesiatic nonsense? Shame on you Ngailino. During his voyages, despite numerous hostilities, he did not shed any human blood — he shed the blood of blacks! I've learned that Brazza even dynamited an entire village.

Another Minwa reader thinks that even if De Brazza was a little bit nicer than the other colonizers, it is ridiculous to be grateful:.

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For many, the interrment raised questions about why the Congo would choose to honor a European colonizer like a national hero, rather than one of their own. It's sad to feel like you belong to a people whose leaders prefer to honor a colonizer than to give an inch to a brother from their own country. Since the Congolese people do not love themselves, since the Congolese harbor a political hatred for one another, it makes sense that they prefer to celebrate a political stranger like Savorgnan De Brazza.

No politician in the Congo was considered. Imagine if more than 10 billion Congolese francs were invested in renovating the University of Brazzaville. What a thing that would be for Congolese students! But no, that will never happen because our national dictator has no children at university. It really is shameful…poor Africa!!!!! We build mausoleums, we celebrate, we honor those who brought us to our knees, all the while illness, misery, poor governance, useless wars born of the actions of these people tear [Africa] to pieces….

Idem pour les cadavres. Same for the corpses. It is absolutely absurd to send such a colossal sum on a monument in honor of De Brazza when there are other priorities: lack of school desks in the classroom, the poor level of public health, regular electricty, a malnourished people…. My brother Bahonda…Even if we had a good standard of living, even if we were rich beyond belief, nothing justifies honoring a colonizer.

I heard on the radio that this is the first time in the history of the world that an ex-colony is honoring is colonizer. Despite the cost of the mausoleum, Mwinda reader Potiphard thinks it could still serve a valuable social and educational purpose:. Certainly the mausoleum was expensive, but given that the Congo spends nothing on cultural buildings, on museums, on archaeological sites, this could be a museum, attracking tourists and allowing elementary and middle school students to better understand the history of the Congo.

We should not be ashamed of our past, history does not change, and whether good or bad, is already written and must be accepted. Whether the remains of the De Brazza family are in the Congo or in Algeria, we will always speak of this man in our history, and it would be better then that he is with us, to better understand our history.Partant du constat que les jeunes sortant du syst me ducatif et de formation ne sont pas suffisamment pr par s pour affronter le march du travail et que la formation professionnelle est la fois encore faiblement d velopp e en Angola et en profonde inad quation avec les besoins de diversification de l conomie du pays, le projet RETFOP vise :.

Dans le cadre du projet RETFOP, un assistant technique permanent sera plac aupr s du Minist re en charge du travail et de la formation professionnelle MAPTSS et aura pour principal objectif d accompagner le Minist re dans le lancement et la mise en uvre des trois composantes du projet. Le r le de l Assistant technique AT sera la fois d apporter un appui technique au MAPTSS visant am liorer ses comp tences en mati re de pilotage de la formation professionnelle, et de coordonner le d marrage et la mise en uvre des activit s du projet relevant de la responsabilit d Expertise France environ 8M.

Pr paration du rapport de d marrage du projet, incluant notamment un diagnostic de d marrage, l actualisation et le d tail du plan de travail et le budget des ann es suivantes, le plan de renforcement des capacit s des b n ficiaires et le plan de passation de march du projet.

Tr s bonne connaissance du secteur de la formation professionnelle: conception et pilotage d une politique de formation professionnelle et des actions de formation, d finition et mise en place des certifications, mise en uvre des cursus de formation, modalit s de financement des formations.

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Au moins 5 ans d exp rience professionnelle dans le secteur de la formation professionnelle et des politiques d insertion et d accompagnement l emploi des jeunes, notamment sur des projets similaires en Afrique. La connaissance approfondie d une ou plusieurs fili res de formation, des dispositifs de financement des actions de formation et des d marches de qualit appliqu es aux actions de formation professionnelle seront des atouts.

Tr s bonne connaissance des politiques d emploi, en particulier des dispositifs d aide l auto emploi et la cr ation de tr s petites entreprises TPEet des outils et m thodes d analyse du march du travail.

Excellentes qualit s relationnelles et capacit d adaptation des contextes interinstitutionnels et d cisionnels complexes. Note m thodologique en fran ais ou portugais de 2 pages maximum permettant au candidat d exposer bri vement sa compr hension du projet, sa vision du poste, les enjeux et d fis pressentis et ses atouts pour y r pondre.

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