• Equatorial Guinea: Luba Water Well

    In partnership with the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons, Noble Energy constructed the Luba water well to provide a continuous flow of water to a community that once trekked many kilometers to get water from a river.

    published: 15 Dec 2016
  • Tutu Alicante: About Equatorial Guinea

    Equatorial Guinea is the richest country in Africa per capita, but 75 percent of the people live on less than a dollar a day.” TRANSCRIPT So Equatorial Guinea was a Spanish colony up until 1968. It is the only Spanish-speaking country in sub-Saharan Africa. All the neighboring countries speak French, and the majority of countries in Africa speak either French or English, right? You have a few that speak Portuguese. But Equatorial Guinea’s the only Spanish-speaking country in sub-Saharan Africa. Between 1968 and 1979, Equatorial Guinea was under the rule of a brutal dictator, Francisco Macías Nguema, who took over after – immediately after independence, and within a year of being in power had kicked out all the Spanish and other foreign nationals. And within three to five more years of ...

    published: 09 Jul 2015
  • Welcome to the Island of Bioko in Equatorial Guinea!

    Welcome to Bioko, the main island of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. On Bioko Norte you'll find Malabo, Equatorial Guinea's capitol city where development is fast-paced and construction is a staple of daily life. Bioko Norte has a number of hotels and restaurants for visitors to choose from. Enjoy breath taking views of the Port of Malabo from the Sofitel Presidencial and dine out with five-star at La Luna, also overlooking the port. North of Malabo in Sipopo you'll find the new Sofitel Sipopo where guests can enjoy gourmet meals, water sports, and island safaris accessible via a new bridge build by the Obiang administration. The southern part of Bioko -- Bioko Sur -- is the untouched part of the island. While infrastructure projects under the Obiang administration have connec...

    published: 17 Feb 2012
  • Alba B3 Compression Project - Equatorial Guinea

    Marathon Oil achieved first gas production through its new Alba B3 offshore compression platform off Equatorial Guinea in mid-2016. Production from the B3 platform allows Marathon Oil to convert approximately 130 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved undeveloped reserves, more than doubling the Company's remaining proved developed reserve base in EG. Visit www.marathonoil.com for more information.

    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • Ureka water falls in Equatorial Guinea: Somen Debnath

    IF YOU LIKE THE YOUTUBE CHANNEL PLEASE FOLLOW ME & LIKE MY CHANNEL : Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsomen/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/worldsomen Website: www.somen2020world.com

    published: 22 Oct 2016
  • The True Story of Eric "The Eel" Moussambani at Sydney 2000 | Moments in Time

    The extraordinary story that moved the world when Eric Moussambani took the pool at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and showed the willingness to never give up. We talk to Eric about his unique preparations to represent Equatorial Guinea for the Games, his training facilities and schedule as well as his experience with swimming. The Men's 100m Freestyle race he was to be involved in became one of the most memorable moments in Olympic history. Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games Follow your favourite athletes on the Olympic Athletes Hub: http://hub.olympic.org/

    published: 27 Sep 2014
  • Global Journalist: Equatorial Guinea's oil curse

    At first glance, the small West African nation of Equatorial Guinea is doing well. Sandwiched between Cameroon and Gabon on the Gulf of Guinea, the oil-rich nation of 820,000 has a per capita GDP equivalent to that of the Czech Republic or Portugal. But the picture is more complicated than that. Much of its population lives in conditions similar to that in the world’s poorest countries. Infant mortality rates are worse than in Ethiopia or war-ravaged South Sudan. Many people lack access to clean drinking water and about half the population lives in poverty. A large chunk of Equatorial Guinea’s oil revenues are thought to have been lost to corruption. All this has taken place under the watch of President Teodoro Obiang, who’s been charge since 1979, when he ousted his own uncle in a mil...

    published: 01 Oct 2015
  • My Friend The Mercenary (Failed Coup Documentary) - Real Stories

    Check out our new website for more incredible documentaries: HD and ad-free. https://goo.gl/LwMcmY Film maker James Brabazon should be locked up in a Zimbabwe prison - and if he hadn't had to go to a family funeral, that's where he would be right now, because he had been chosen to be the official film maker of the disastrous attempted coup in Equatorial Guinea. James was invited into the adventure by his old friend and bodyguard Nick du Toit, who introduced him to old Etonian Simon Mann. Nick invited James to a top secret rendezvous in a village near Paris to meet Simon and cut him in on the deal. Then James' granddad died, and he was out of the loop the week the coup kicked off. As his friend faces thirty four years in the worst jail in Africa, and Simon Mann languishes in prison in Zi...

    published: 13 May 2017
  • UNICEF: World Water Day: Promoting hygiene and water treatment in Guinea

    Under the theme, Clean Water for a Healthy Word, this years World Water Day, 22 March, aims to spur action on improving water quality worldwide. Here is a related story on UNICEF's water-treatment and hygiene efforts in Guinea. KAMBAYA VILLAGE, Guinea, 19 March 2010 In the small village of Kambaya, the residents take water from unsafe sources that are contaminated with bacteria. Doing so leads to the spread of waterborne diseases such as cholera. Water quality is a key factor for health, and one of the most efficient ways to improve access to safe drinking water is to promote household water treatment. Several months ago, the villagers in Kambaya began using chlorine to decontaminate their water. In response to a severe cholera outbreak in 2006, UNICEF has partnered with Tinkisso...

    published: 21 Mar 2010
  • Biking Around Malabo Guinea Equatorial

    Barrio Caracolas Guinea Equatoraial Africa

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • Grand Hotel Djibloho

    Tu paraiso en Africa! Equatorial Guinea | 5 stars hotel | 18 hole golf course | 380 rooms | 72 suites | 50 villas

    published: 05 Jul 2016
  • Equatorial Guinea Caldera Lake Expedition (Highest Peak)

    Equatorial Guinea Caldera Lake Expedition (Highest Peak)

    published: 27 Jun 2009
  • Eric Moussambani OLYMPIC 2000 SYDNEY SWIMMING (HIGH QUALITY)

    Eric Moussambani OLYMPIC 2000 SYDNEY SWIMMING

    published: 27 Jul 2009
  • Equatorial Guinea

    Monsunske kise u Gvineji

    published: 28 Dec 2008
  • Equatorial Guinea: Combating Malaria

    Malaria caused 438,000 deaths in one year. Most were children living in Africa, where a child dies every minute from malaria. In collaboration with the Equatorial Guinea Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and our partners, we are supporting Sanaria’s development of a vaccine that could eradicate the disease.

    published: 15 Dec 2016
  • Welcome to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

    published: 14 Jul 2016
  • Bo swimming like Olympian from Equatorial Guinea

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • Spearfishing Equatorial Guinea

    Spearfishing the world class 15' viz waters of Malabo, Equatorial Guinea; jack crevalle and snapper. As soon as I get a chance, I am going to return my gopro hero3 because it constantly freezes/stops recording while in the water.

    published: 06 Oct 2013
  • Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Equatorial Guinea

    Thanks for watching.... 1. Bata 2. Malabo 3. Ebebiyin 4. Aconibe 5. Añisoc 6. Luba 7. Mongomo 8. Evinayong 9. Mikomeseng 10. Rebola Equatorial Guinea (Spanish: Guinea Ecuatorial), officially the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (Spanish: República de Guinea Ecuatorial, French: République de Guinée équatoriale, Portuguese: República da Guiné Equatorial), is a small country located in Central Africa, with an area of 28,000 square kilometres (11,000 sq mi). It has two parts, an insular and a mainland region. The insular region consists of the islands of Bioko (formerly Fernando Pó) in the Gulf of Guinea and Annobón, a small volcanic island south of the equator. Bioko Island is the northernmost part of Equatorial Guinea and is the site of the country's capital, Malabo. The island nation of São T...

    published: 06 Sep 2014
  • "A Fondo" -- Equatorial Guinea Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment team - (en Español)

    (En Ingles): Representatives of Noble Energy and Medical Care Development International's Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Project in Equatorial Guinea was featured on local TV program "A Fondo" on 6/20/17. To learn more about MCDI and the EG-CCST Project - visit mcdinternational.org

    published: 07 Jul 2017
  • Houston Lake VBS 2016 - Equatorial Guinea 2 of 5

    For the 2016 VBS at Houston Lake Presbyterian. Equatorial Guinea water project 2 of 5.

    published: 25 May 2016
  • From Sea Turtles to Saving the Drill Monkey Species in Equatorial Guinea

    Charleston-based conservation biologist and CofC alumnus Justin Jay (Biology Major, Class of 2008) is working to save the drill monkey species in Equatorial Guinea. He's recently completed a documentary (http://thedrillproject.org) targeting the Equatorial Guinean population to educate them on the importance of the species (which is dwindling due to poaching and black-market sales). Jay, who is actually a turtle expert, learned about the elusive monkey species while with a turtle conservation research team on the country's main island, Bioko, and then, during some downtime, hiked into the jungle alone to see if he could find the monkeys. Unlike the National Geographic team that had been there for weeks trying to record the animals in their natural habitat, Jay tracked and found them, and h...

    published: 12 Feb 2013
  • What is behind the good ties between president Museveni and equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang Nguema?

    The relationship between President Yoweri Museveni and Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang Nguema has become stronger over the last few years. The two countries have entered a number of cooperation agreements mostly in the areas of oil production and military training. What is the nature of the new found closeness between the two countries, which at first glance seem to have very little to offer each other? Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda

    published: 27 Jan 2018
  • CARLDORA - Elevated Water Tank - Equatorial Guinea

    Sel-Climbing Formwork for Elevated Water Tank - Djibloho - Equatorial Guinea

    published: 14 Mar 2016
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Equatorial Guinea: Luba Water Well
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Equatorial Guinea: Luba Water Well

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In partnership with the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons, Noble Energy constructed the Luba water well to provide a continuous flow of water to a community that once trekked many kilometers to get water from a river.
https://wn.com/Equatorial_Guinea_Luba_Water_Well
Tutu Alicante: About Equatorial Guinea
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Tutu Alicante: About Equatorial Guinea

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Equatorial Guinea is the richest country in Africa per capita, but 75 percent of the people live on less than a dollar a day.” TRANSCRIPT So Equatorial Guinea was a Spanish colony up until 1968. It is the only Spanish-speaking country in sub-Saharan Africa. All the neighboring countries speak French, and the majority of countries in Africa speak either French or English, right? You have a few that speak Portuguese. But Equatorial Guinea’s the only Spanish-speaking country in sub-Saharan Africa. Between 1968 and 1979, Equatorial Guinea was under the rule of a brutal dictator, Francisco Macías Nguema, who took over after – immediately after independence, and within a year of being in power had kicked out all the Spanish and other foreign nationals. And within three to five more years of being in power, about a third of the population had fled the country seeking exile in Cameroon, Gabon, Spain and other countries. In 1979, the current president, President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo killed his uncle, Francisco Macías, and took over power – 1979. Today, 33 years later, President Obiang is still in power. President Obiang runs the regime that is characterized by human rights violations, by corruption. When one looks at the list of most corrupt countries from Transparency International rankings, Equatorial Guinea is always top five. When one looks at the list from the Freedom House of countries where there is no freedom, Equatorial Guinea is always in the top five. When one looks at the Committee to Protect Journalists’ list of countries that are closed, where there is no freedom of expression, there is no freedom of the press; Equatorial Guinea is always top five. So we are talking about a country that is characterized by human rights violations, a country that still tortures prisoners as a way of extracting confessions, a country that despite being the third largest oil-producing nation in Africa, third only to Nigeria and Angola, where the GDP per capita is comparable to that of Japan and France [when measured as GDP Per Capita PPP (Purchasing Power Parity) in current international dollars], 75 percent of the people in that country, in Equatorial Guinea, live on less than a dollar a day. The richest country in Africa per capita-wise, with 75 percent of the population living on less than a dollar a day. Where does the money go? President Obiang’s son owns a mansion in Malibu, California, a $35 million estate. President Obiang’s son right now, whose name is also Teodoro – there is an arrest warrant issued by the authorities in France for his arrest for money laundering and fraud. They have seized from the property owned and enjoyed by the Obiang family and friends artwork, furniture worth tens of millions of dollars. They have seized 11 luxury sport cars worth millions of dollars. And that’s where the money goes, in living a flamboyant lifestyle outside Equatorial Guinea while people in Equatorial Guinea do not have running water, while people – my nieces and nephew – must fetch water in buckets every morning, study with a kerosene lamp, go to school half-naked, without shoes. That is the situation in Equatorial Guinea today. There are seven ethnic groups in Equatorial Guinea. The majority ethnic group is about 80 percent of the population, and this is the Fang – F-A-N-G – the Fang people. President Obiang happens to be from the majority ethnic group. Territorially – looking at it geographically rather, Equatorial Guinea can be divided in, say, three sections. One is a continental side, which is on the mainland, on the continent, and then there is the island of Bioko, which is where the capital sits. The capital of Equatorial Guinea is Malabo, and that sits on Bioko. And then there is a farther island, Annobón, south of the hemisphere, and that is where I’m from. And even though you have these three regions, you still have seven different ethnic groups: one dominant one that, since independent, has controlled political power, economic power and military power. President Obiang has skillfully used the fact that the Fangs are the majority to divide the society in Equatorial Guinea. So while it is true that most people in government today are from one ethnic group, it is not true that the Fangs, for instance, in general, are discriminating against minorities. But what happened, you know, is that even among the people from the Fang ethnic group, you have divisions, and President Obiang has used those divisions and clans to give the perception that the Fang dominate the country.
https://wn.com/Tutu_Alicante_About_Equatorial_Guinea
Welcome to the Island of Bioko in Equatorial Guinea!
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Welcome to the Island of Bioko in Equatorial Guinea!

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Welcome to Bioko, the main island of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. On Bioko Norte you'll find Malabo, Equatorial Guinea's capitol city where development is fast-paced and construction is a staple of daily life. Bioko Norte has a number of hotels and restaurants for visitors to choose from. Enjoy breath taking views of the Port of Malabo from the Sofitel Presidencial and dine out with five-star at La Luna, also overlooking the port. North of Malabo in Sipopo you'll find the new Sofitel Sipopo where guests can enjoy gourmet meals, water sports, and island safaris accessible via a new bridge build by the Obiang administration. The southern part of Bioko -- Bioko Sur -- is the untouched part of the island. While infrastructure projects under the Obiang administration have connected Bioko Sur with the rest of the island, nature lovers will enjoy untouched jungle and rain forests that define the southern part of the island. A combination of development and nature make the island of Bioko in Equatorial Guinea a choice destination for tourists and business people of every stripe. For more information visit us at the Equatorial Guinea News Youtube Channel or our Going Out Guide Malabo at visit-malabo.info.
https://wn.com/Welcome_To_The_Island_Of_Bioko_In_Equatorial_Guinea
Alba B3 Compression Project - Equatorial Guinea
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Alba B3 Compression Project - Equatorial Guinea

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Marathon Oil achieved first gas production through its new Alba B3 offshore compression platform off Equatorial Guinea in mid-2016. Production from the B3 platform allows Marathon Oil to convert approximately 130 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved undeveloped reserves, more than doubling the Company's remaining proved developed reserve base in EG. Visit www.marathonoil.com for more information.
https://wn.com/Alba_B3_Compression_Project_Equatorial_Guinea
Ureka water falls in Equatorial Guinea:  Somen Debnath
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Ureka water falls in Equatorial Guinea: Somen Debnath

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IF YOU LIKE THE YOUTUBE CHANNEL PLEASE FOLLOW ME & LIKE MY CHANNEL : Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/worldsomen/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/worldsomen Website: www.somen2020world.com
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The True Story of Eric "The Eel" Moussambani at Sydney 2000 | Moments in Time
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The True Story of Eric "The Eel" Moussambani at Sydney 2000 | Moments in Time

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The extraordinary story that moved the world when Eric Moussambani took the pool at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and showed the willingness to never give up. We talk to Eric about his unique preparations to represent Equatorial Guinea for the Games, his training facilities and schedule as well as his experience with swimming. The Men's 100m Freestyle race he was to be involved in became one of the most memorable moments in Olympic history. Subscribe to the official Olympic channel here: http://bit.ly/1dn6AV5 Find more about the Olympic Games at http://www.olympic.org/olympic-games Follow your favourite athletes on the Olympic Athletes Hub: http://hub.olympic.org/
https://wn.com/The_True_Story_Of_Eric_The_Eel_Moussambani_At_Sydney_2000_|_Moments_In_Time
Global Journalist: Equatorial Guinea's oil curse
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Global Journalist: Equatorial Guinea's oil curse

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At first glance, the small West African nation of Equatorial Guinea is doing well. Sandwiched between Cameroon and Gabon on the Gulf of Guinea, the oil-rich nation of 820,000 has a per capita GDP equivalent to that of the Czech Republic or Portugal. But the picture is more complicated than that. Much of its population lives in conditions similar to that in the world’s poorest countries. Infant mortality rates are worse than in Ethiopia or war-ravaged South Sudan. Many people lack access to clean drinking water and about half the population lives in poverty. A large chunk of Equatorial Guinea’s oil revenues are thought to have been lost to corruption. All this has taken place under the watch of President Teodoro Obiang, who’s been charge since 1979, when he ousted his own uncle in a military coup. From the capital Malabo, Obiang has ruled with an iron fist as his son, the country’s second vice president, has made headlines around the world for lavish spending on a fleet of Ferraris and Bentleys, mansions in Malibu and Paris, for acquiring perhaps the world’s greatest collection of Michael Jackson memorabilia. When it comes to media, Equatorial Guinea ranks near the bottom of Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index, grouped in with countries like China, Somalia and Iran. All broadcast media in the country is controlled by the government and there is virtually no private press. Our guests this week: *Tutu Alicante (@TutuAlicante), Executive Director of Equatorial Guinea Justice, a human rights group. *Tawanda Kanhema (@KanhemaPhoto), the producer of the 2014 documentary “The Prince of Malabo: Power, Money and Impunity,” which examines corruption in the country. He’s also a producer for Al-Jazeera’s digital news platform AJ +. *Oscar Scafidi (@BradtEGguide), a travel writer who is the author of the upcoming Bradt Guide to Equatorial Guinea and a business risk consultant on Africa.
https://wn.com/Global_Journalist_Equatorial_Guinea's_Oil_Curse
My Friend The Mercenary (Failed Coup Documentary) - Real Stories
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My Friend The Mercenary (Failed Coup Documentary) - Real Stories

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Check out our new website for more incredible documentaries: HD and ad-free. https://goo.gl/LwMcmY Film maker James Brabazon should be locked up in a Zimbabwe prison - and if he hadn't had to go to a family funeral, that's where he would be right now, because he had been chosen to be the official film maker of the disastrous attempted coup in Equatorial Guinea. James was invited into the adventure by his old friend and bodyguard Nick du Toit, who introduced him to old Etonian Simon Mann. Nick invited James to a top secret rendezvous in a village near Paris to meet Simon and cut him in on the deal. Then James' granddad died, and he was out of the loop the week the coup kicked off. As his friend faces thirty four years in the worst jail in Africa, and Simon Mann languishes in prison in Zimbabwe, James travels to some of the most dangerous places in Africa to find out why the coup went so disastrously wrong, why Nick got involved in the first place, and who was really behind it. Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from Digital Rights Group (DRG). Any queries, please contact us at: realstories@littledotstudios.com Produced by Hardcash Productions
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UNICEF: World Water Day: Promoting hygiene and water treatment in Guinea
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UNICEF: World Water Day: Promoting hygiene and water treatment in Guinea

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Under the theme, Clean Water for a Healthy Word, this years World Water Day, 22 March, aims to spur action on improving water quality worldwide. Here is a related story on UNICEF's water-treatment and hygiene efforts in Guinea. KAMBAYA VILLAGE, Guinea, 19 March 2010 In the small village of Kambaya, the residents take water from unsafe sources that are contaminated with bacteria. Doing so leads to the spread of waterborne diseases such as cholera. Water quality is a key factor for health, and one of the most efficient ways to improve access to safe drinking water is to promote household water treatment. Several months ago, the villagers in Kambaya began using chlorine to decontaminate their water. In response to a severe cholera outbreak in 2006, UNICEF has partnered with Tinkisso, local NGO in the region of Dabola, to produce 620 bottles of chlorine every day. One bottle covers the needs of a family for one month and contributes significantly to household hygiene and health. Since the inception of the programme, the number of cases and deaths from cholera has decreased considerably. According to the World Health Organization, more than 8,000 cases were reported in 2007, and 311 people died from the disease. The following year the number of cases dropped to 513, with only 32 reported deaths. UNICEF is also committed to supporting WASH in Schools to promote hygienic practices and sanitary environments. UNICEF provides latrines and water points for children and teachers at Boubere School, in the region of Dabola. Hand washing is promoted at critical moments of the day, such as after going to the toilets, and before and after eating. "A child, who learns about good hygiene practices early, adopts them easily, and it also means that, in the future, we won't need to invest in changing the unhealthy behaviors of the adults, as we do today," said Mamdou Oury Bah, a health and sanitation expert for UNICEF.
https://wn.com/Unicef_World_Water_Day_Promoting_Hygiene_And_Water_Treatment_In_Guinea
Biking Around Malabo Guinea Equatorial
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Biking Around Malabo Guinea Equatorial

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Barrio Caracolas Guinea Equatoraial Africa
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Grand Hotel Djibloho
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Grand Hotel Djibloho

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Tu paraiso en Africa! Equatorial Guinea | 5 stars hotel | 18 hole golf course | 380 rooms | 72 suites | 50 villas
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Equatorial Guinea Caldera Lake Expedition (Highest Peak)
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Equatorial Guinea Caldera Lake Expedition (Highest Peak)

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Eric Moussambani OLYMPIC 2000 SYDNEY SWIMMING (HIGH QUALITY)
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Eric Moussambani OLYMPIC 2000 SYDNEY SWIMMING (HIGH QUALITY)

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Eric Moussambani OLYMPIC 2000 SYDNEY SWIMMING
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Equatorial Guinea
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Equatorial Guinea

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Monsunske kise u Gvineji
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Equatorial Guinea: Combating Malaria
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Equatorial Guinea: Combating Malaria

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Malaria caused 438,000 deaths in one year. Most were children living in Africa, where a child dies every minute from malaria. In collaboration with the Equatorial Guinea Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and our partners, we are supporting Sanaria’s development of a vaccine that could eradicate the disease.
https://wn.com/Equatorial_Guinea_Combating_Malaria
Welcome to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
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Welcome to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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Bo swimming like Olympian from Equatorial Guinea
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Bo swimming like Olympian from Equatorial Guinea

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Spearfishing Equatorial Guinea
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Spearfishing Equatorial Guinea

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Spearfishing the world class 15' viz waters of Malabo, Equatorial Guinea; jack crevalle and snapper. As soon as I get a chance, I am going to return my gopro hero3 because it constantly freezes/stops recording while in the water.
https://wn.com/Spearfishing_Equatorial_Guinea
Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Equatorial Guinea
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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Equatorial Guinea

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Thanks for watching.... 1. Bata 2. Malabo 3. Ebebiyin 4. Aconibe 5. Añisoc 6. Luba 7. Mongomo 8. Evinayong 9. Mikomeseng 10. Rebola Equatorial Guinea (Spanish: Guinea Ecuatorial), officially the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (Spanish: República de Guinea Ecuatorial, French: République de Guinée équatoriale, Portuguese: República da Guiné Equatorial), is a small country located in Central Africa, with an area of 28,000 square kilometres (11,000 sq mi). It has two parts, an insular and a mainland region. The insular region consists of the islands of Bioko (formerly Fernando Pó) in the Gulf of Guinea and Annobón, a small volcanic island south of the equator. Bioko Island is the northernmost part of Equatorial Guinea and is the site of the country's capital, Malabo. The island nation of São Tomé and Príncipe is located between Bioko and Annobón. The mainland region, Río Muni, is bordered by Cameroon on the north and Gabon on the south and east. It also includes several small offshore islands (such as Corisco, Elobey Grande, and Elobey Chico). Formerly the colony of Spanish Guinea, its post-independence name evokes its location near both the equator and the Gulf of Guinea. Apart from the Spanish territories of Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla on the coast of Morocco, and Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (a.k.a. Western Sahara), it is the only country in Africa whose de jure official language is Spanish. Since the mid-1990s, Equatorial Guinea has become one of sub-Sahara's largest oil producers. With a population of 650,702, it is the richest country per capita in Africa, and its gross domestic product (GDP) per capita ranks 69th in the world;[9] However, the wealth is distributed very unevenly and few people have benefited from the oil riches. The country ranks 144th on the UN's 2014 Human Development Index. The UN says that less than half of the population has access to clean drinking water and that 20% of children die before reaching five. The authoritarian regime ruling Equatorial Guinea has one of the worst human rights records in the world, consistently ranking among the "worst of the worst" in Freedom House's annual survey of political and civil rights. Reporters Without Borders ranks President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo among its "predators" of press freedom. Human trafficking is a significant problem, with the US Trafficking in Persons Report, 2012, stating that "Equatorial Guinea is a source and destination for women and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking." The report rates Equatorial Guinea as a "Tier 3" country, the lowest (worst) ranking: "Countries whose governments do not fully comply with the minimum standards and are not making significant efforts to do so." Equatorial Guinea is in west central Africa. The country consists of a mainland territory, Río Muni, which is bordered by Cameroon to the north and Gabon to the east and south, and five small islands, Bioko, Corisco, Annobón, Elobey Chico (Small Elobey), and Elobey Grande (Great Elobey). Bioko, the site of the capital, Malabo, lies about 40 kilometers (25 mi) off the coast of Cameroon. Annobón Island is about 350 kilometers (220 mi) west-south-west of Cape Lopez in Gabon. Corisco and the two Elobey islands are in Corisco Bay, on the border of Río Muni and Gabon. Equatorial Guinea lies between latitudes 4°N and 2°S, and longitudes 5° and 12°E. Despite its name, no part of the country's territory lies on the equator—it is in the northern hemisphere, except for the insular Annobón Province, which is about 155 km south of the equator. Equatorial Guinea spans several ecoregions. Río Muni region lies within the Atlantic Equatorial coastal forests ecoregion except for patches of Central African mangroves on the coast, especially in the Muni River estuary. The Cross-Sanaga-Bioko coastal forests ecoregion covers most of Bioko and as well as the adjacent portions of Cameroon and Nigeria on the African mainland, and the Mount Cameroon and Bioko montane forests ecoregion covers the highlands of Bioko and nearby Mount Cameroon. The São Tomé, Príncipe, and Annobón moist lowland forests ecoregion covers all of Annobón, as well as São Tomé and Príncipe. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equatorial_Guinea
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"A Fondo" -- Equatorial Guinea Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment team - (en Español)
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"A Fondo" -- Equatorial Guinea Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment team - (en Español)

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(En Ingles): Representatives of Noble Energy and Medical Care Development International's Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment Project in Equatorial Guinea was featured on local TV program "A Fondo" on 6/20/17. To learn more about MCDI and the EG-CCST Project - visit mcdinternational.org
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Houston Lake VBS 2016 - Equatorial Guinea 2 of 5
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Houston Lake VBS 2016 - Equatorial Guinea 2 of 5

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For the 2016 VBS at Houston Lake Presbyterian. Equatorial Guinea water project 2 of 5.
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From Sea Turtles to Saving the Drill Monkey Species in Equatorial Guinea
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From Sea Turtles to Saving the Drill Monkey Species in Equatorial Guinea

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Charleston-based conservation biologist and CofC alumnus Justin Jay (Biology Major, Class of 2008) is working to save the drill monkey species in Equatorial Guinea. He's recently completed a documentary (http://thedrillproject.org) targeting the Equatorial Guinean population to educate them on the importance of the species (which is dwindling due to poaching and black-market sales). Jay, who is actually a turtle expert, learned about the elusive monkey species while with a turtle conservation research team on the country's main island, Bioko, and then, during some downtime, hiked into the jungle alone to see if he could find the monkeys. Unlike the National Geographic team that had been there for weeks trying to record the animals in their natural habitat, Jay tracked and found them, and his connection with the monkeys has inspired him to do everything he can to save them. College of Charleston Magazine Profile: http://magazine.cofc.edu/2012/06/12/justin_jay
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What is behind the good ties between president Museveni and equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang Nguema?
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What is behind the good ties between president Museveni and equatorial Guinea Teodoro Obiang Nguema?

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The relationship between President Yoweri Museveni and Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang Nguema has become stronger over the last few years. The two countries have entered a number of cooperation agreements mostly in the areas of oil production and military training. What is the nature of the new found closeness between the two countries, which at first glance seem to have very little to offer each other? Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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CARLDORA - Elevated Water Tank - Equatorial Guinea
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CARLDORA - Elevated Water Tank - Equatorial Guinea

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Sel-Climbing Formwork for Elevated Water Tank - Djibloho - Equatorial Guinea
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