Press Releases with tag "Equatorial Guinea"
HIV/ AIDS Campaigner Completes Circumvention of Long Island by Rowboat
Having the boat in the water was a huge advantage - Victor Mooney
Equatorial Guinea First Lady Proclaim Mother Africa
"The First Lady of Equatorial Guinea is the epitome of perfection", says Victor Mooney of South African Arts International.
American Rower and African President Team Up to Fight AIDS
President Obiang of The Republic of Equatorial Guinea joined Victor Mooney of Queens this morning in the global fight against AIDS.
African Ambassador Christen the Spirit of Malabo in New York
H.E. Kelebone Maope, Ambassador and Permanent Representative for the Kingdom of Lesotho to the UN christens the Spirit of Malabo.
Transatlantic Boat Christened on UN Slave Remembrance Day
United Nations Ambassadors and others will join New York AIDS activist Victor Mooney for the christening of his Brazilian rowboat named The Spirit of Malabo in New York.
Equatorial Guinea Making Strides Ahead of Historic Election
Head of State meets with US Ambassador and announced international observers will be present.
Salvador Scores First for the 2014 World Cup
"To reach an AIDS-free generation, we need everyone to score a goal", said Victor Mooney in Salvador.
A Cardinal Blessing In Brazil
"There was a special aurora around this holy man", said Mooney.
Equatorial Guinea Donates 30K to The Goree Challenge
The Goree Challenge is a 5,000 mile solo transatlantic row from Las Palmas, Canary Islands to New York City and will begin later this year. The Goree Challenge mission is to encourage voluntary HIV testing, increase access to antiretroviral medicine
Equatorial Guinea Builds On MLK Dream
"The fact that black men govern States, are building democratic institutions, sit in world tribunals, and participate in global decision-making gives every Negro a needed sense of dignity" - Martin Luther King Jr.
Equatorial Guinea: 2012 Convener of the Year
H.E. Obiang, President of Equatorial Guinea, has mastered the Art of Humanity.
Equatorial Guinea Saluted in New York City
African-American-Equaguinean's celebrate their nationality at 44th Anniversary of Equatorial Guinea.
Equatorial Guinea Girls Catapults to Semi-Finals
"We do not have preference for any team for the semifinal, since all the teams are strong, but they work hard to achieve their objective, which is none other than winning", said captain Geovana Ayonman.
Equatorial Guinea Has A New Heroine
"The Amazing Ayonman - with Ayonman performance and leadership, she's definitely a role model for girls. She can effectively advocate for girls to achieve excellence on and off the field", said Victor Mooney of South African Art International, ltd.
Equatorial Guinea Celebrates Independence Day in New York
"For African-Americans, Equatorial Guinea's 44th Anniversary marks our return to the motherland", said Victor Mooney.
AIDS Cases In Equatorial Guinea Is Refuted
"These numbers are completely wrong" says Tomas Mecheba Fernandez, Ministry of Health and Social Welfare.
Equatorial Guinea Holds The Oar For World AIDS Day
"HIV/AIDS is continually having an effect on development in both continents. Often, Mayors are the first responders in finding services for the HIV positive population and to keep people HIV negative", Victor Mooney said.
Equatorial Guinea Tourism Portal Launched In NYC
Equatorial Guinea - A country whose development grows day by day
American Rower Gets A Taste Of Equatorial Guinea Aboard Ceiba Intercontinental
"In the near future, I hope to be on the inaugural flight when it leaves from Malabo to New York", said Mr. Mooney.
Court Rules in Favor of Vladimir Kokorev in El Mundo Defamation Case
A recent ruling by Moscow's Lublisky City Court orders Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, to refute allegations of money laundering it made towards Vladimir Kokorev in an article it published in 2009.
'Portrait of a Nation - Equatorial Guinea' Wins Award Of Excellence At Los Angeles Movie Awards
EPIC Global Media's latest production, focusing on developments in Equatorial Guinea has been recognized at the 2011 Los Angeles Movie Awards (LAMA), earning an Award of Excellence in the Documentary Short category.