Mammy Dumbuya Goes To White House on Washington DC on Wednesday June 24


The famous Sierra Leonean Evangelist , Mrs. Dora Dumbuya, popularly known as Mammy Dumbuya,  is in the United States to attend the 2015 Caribbean and African Faith-based and Community Leadership Conference .

Mammy Dumbuya and delegation have been invited to the White House where they will join other delegates for a briefing on Wednesday June 24 .She will receive an international award the evening on a program at the Howard University.

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The Caribbean and African Second Annual International Faith and Community Leadership Conference will be held on June 24th, 2015 at the Howard University Black Burn Centre in North West Washington DC.    An awards reception will also be held on June 24th in recognition of the 10th Anniversary of the Caribbean American Legislative Month in the United States. Rev. Dumbuya will be one of the recipients. The Caribbean and African Faith-based Community Leadership Programme states that, “All delegates are also invited to participate in other legislative activities including the Congressional forums and White House briefings and Receptions from June 25th to 26th respectively. There will also be a forum at the Inter-American Development Bank, United States Patent and Trademark Office of Global Intellectual Property Academy, youth summit among other meetings.”

The spokesman for the organization has said that “The conference will be covering a wide range of topics that are paramount to economic development, civic engagement, immigration reform, Missions Dignity and Diversity, strategies to combat terrorism and poverty in African, the Caribbean Region.  The conference will be empowering our leaders to be more conscious and proactive in fulfilling our assignment to those who are victims of human rights violations and indignity, discrimination and neglect among other social issues here in the United States, the Caribbean and the African Region.”

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