Abdoulie Jeng's Videos (Africa Sustainable Energy & Environment Platform) - Africa Sustainable Energy & Environment Platform 2019-12-10T12:59:18Z http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/video/video/listForContributor?screenName=3cv79ij8m9mvp&rss=yes&xn_auth=no Gambia´s Stevie Wonder tag:sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com,2011-12-20:2159433:Video:43315 2011-12-20T02:08:18.136Z Abdoulie Jeng http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/profile/AbdoulieJeng Gambia´s Stevie Wonder, Pa Mboob, entertains the public at Queens Head Bar and Restaurant in Kololi, The Gambia, West Africa Gambia´s Stevie Wonder, Pa Mboob, entertains the public at Queens Head Bar and Restaurant in Kololi, The Gambia, West Africa Mama Roots Tong tag:sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com,2011-12-20:2159433:Video:43101 2011-12-20T02:02:50.953Z Abdoulie Jeng http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/profile/AbdoulieJeng This is a Gambian Cultural group specialized in various African sounds using the Djembe drums.<br /> The group is located in Serekunda City and has played together for quite a while now. This is a Gambian Cultural group specialized in various African sounds using the Djembe drums.<br /> The group is located in Serekunda City and has played together for quite a while now. MaterPeaceGambia Interview tag:sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com,2011-12-20:2159433:Video:43099 2011-12-20T01:50:04.103Z Abdoulie Jeng http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/profile/AbdoulieJeng This is an Interview with the members of MasterPeaceGambia expressing their personal view pints about Peace. This is an Interview with the members of MasterPeaceGambia expressing their personal view pints about Peace. The women Organization in Katakorr tag:sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com,2011-01-23:2159433:Video:17448 2011-01-23T14:53:52.000Z Abdoulie Jeng http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/profile/AbdoulieJeng <a href="http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/video/the-women-organization-in"><br /> <img src="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3134735853?profile=original&amp;width=200&amp;height=150" width="200" height="150" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />The womens` organization was met by the Virtual studio team and the president interviewed about their working situation and the problems they encounter through out the year. <a href="http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/video/the-women-organization-in"><br /> <img src="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3134735853?profile=original&amp;width=200&amp;height=150" width="200" height="150" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />The womens` organization was met by the Virtual studio team and the president interviewed about their working situation and the problems they encounter through out the year. The Story of Kunta Kinteh tag:sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com,2011-01-22:2159433:Video:17440 2011-01-22T17:48:01.000Z Abdoulie Jeng http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/profile/AbdoulieJeng <a href="http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/video/the-story-of-kunta-kinteh"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="150" src="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3134736712?profile=original&amp;width=200&amp;height=150" width="200"></img><br /> </a> <br></br>The Story of Kunta Kinteh originated from the book called "ROOTS" written by the late Afro-American writer called Alex Harley, who claimed his roots from a small village called Juffureh located in the northern part of the river Gambia. Kunta Kinteh was captured as a slave during the Atlantic Slave Trade and transported to the United States of America. The story was later… <a href="http://sustainableenergyinafrica.ning.com/video/the-story-of-kunta-kinteh"><br /> <img src="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/3134736712?profile=original&amp;width=200&amp;height=150" width="200" height="150" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />The Story of Kunta Kinteh originated from the book called "ROOTS" written by the late Afro-American writer called Alex Harley, who claimed his roots from a small village called Juffureh located in the northern part of the river Gambia. Kunta Kinteh was captured as a slave during the Atlantic Slave Trade and transported to the United States of America. The story was later developed as a TV series and circulated around the world.