Masengo ma Mbongolo

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Masengo ma Mbongolo

Masen­go ma Mbon­golo

Born on july 1960 in Kinkala, cap­i­tal city of the Pool region in Con­go Braz­zav­ille, Masen­go ma Mbon­golo is one of the rare spe­cial­ists in Inter­na­tion­al Cul­tur­al Rela­tion­ships North-South for devel­op­ment who tries to trans­form his dreams in real­i­ty.

He's Come­di­an, The­atre Direc­tor, Drama­tist, Cul­tur­al and His­tor­i­cal Researcher, Doc­u­men­tary film­mak­er, founder and Art Direc­tor of the three-con­ti­nen­tal Fes­ti­val Malaki ma Kon­go to pro­mote African cul­tur­al roots and devel­op­ment. He's also in charge of the Pil­grim­age to the heart of Africa for the ric­on­cil­i­a­tion of the Africans from east and west of the Atlantic Ocean.

Masen­go ma Mbon­golo pro­motes  inter­na­tion­al sol­i­dar­i­ty actions with the Con­go. His asso­ci­a­tion Malaki ma Kon­go is installed in Africa, Amer­i­ca and Europe. The aim of Malaki ma Kon­go is to pro­mote African cul­tur­al roots to sup­port respon­si­ble devel­op­ment in the South of the world. And Malaki ma Kon­go slo­gan is:

telling the chil­dren of our chil­dren
what the par­ents of our par­ents lived.