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Dikembe Mutombo Foundation - Home
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About DMF
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The Giver: Dikembe Mutombo
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Office of Public Affairs - Bahrain
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Bloomberg Goodermoote Award
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Laureus Award for Good
Japan Times
Youth Soccer Tournament In Kinshasa, DRC
Miracle Corners of the World Award
UNICEF - Horn of Africa
Georgetown University 2010 Commencement
National Parks Traveler
Tonic: Really Good Sports Q A
Zimbio Interactive Magazine
UNICEF - Haiti
Hands On Network
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Denver Nuggets: Where Are They Now?
Perkins Join State Department for South Sudan
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CBS News - Muhammad Ali
NBC News - Michelle Obama
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MJCCA rsquo;S Edgewise Speaker Series Presents Basketball Legend, Dikembe Mutombo
Join Us on February 4, 2016 to hear Former Atlanta Hawk Discuss How His Charitable Foundation is Making a Difference in the Lives of the People of the CongoThe event is free and open to the Community. For more information, visit http://www.atlantajcc.org/DikembeMutombo.
Click here to read the Full Press Release
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Measles Outbreak: Help Us Save Lives in the DRC
Health care workers in the Democratic Republic of Congo are racing to contain a recent outbreak of measles. Please consider donating to the DMF today for our Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital to help us treat our brothers and sisters in the DRC.
Donate to help DMF fight the outbreak
Learn more about the measles outbreak on Vaccine News.
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Giving Back: Hosea Helps Christmas
December 25, 2015 - To celebrate Christmas, the Mutombos volunteered at the Hosea Helps Christmas festival of services event in Atlanta. This event includes a church service, job training, a medical clinic, kids corner, clothing and shoe donations, and and live entertainment. Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless produces four signature holiday events every year. These events take place on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, Martin L. King Jr rsquo;s Birthday, and Easter Day. In combining the totals for these four events they provide services for over 20,000 people. These services are completely free of charge and include cooked meals, barbers and hair stylists, medical screenings and care, clothing, legal aid, live music performances, prayer and counseling, hot showers and so much more. At these events they also duplicate these same services for hundreds of children that also are provided with their own space, entertainment and toys for the holiday season. At a single event, between 5,000 and 8,000 people are served with the help of over 900 volunteers. These events are evidence that the few can impact the many, that hundreds can impact thousands. Merry, merry Christmas to all of you!
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Dikembe Mutombo: Life after the NBA spotlight is all good
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Watch the Houston Rockets' Dikembe Tribute
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Dikembe Mutombo to Receive NCAA Silver Anniversary Award
Read about the announcement
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Learn More About Our Founder on The Players' Tribune
Click here to read the feature
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Atlanta Hawks Retire Mutombo's No. 55
On Tuesday, November 24th, the Atlanta Hawks retired Dikembe Mutombo rsquo;s No. 55 during the Hawks rsquo; game against the Boston Celtics. To honor the defensive great rsquo;s legacy, the team gave away giant Mutombo foam hands in the shape of Dikembe rsquo;s iconic finger wag. The finger featured Mutombo rsquo;s name, number, and the amount of years that Mutombo was a part of the Atlanta franchise.
Read the full article
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Mutombo to Lead NBA Fan Initiative Across Canada
When the Toronto Raptors opened their first NBA season in 1995 the league was hoping to expand its reach by making the game more popular north of the border. Now, 20 years later, the growth has been so immense that for the first time in league history, the all-star game will be held outside of the United States when it takes place on Sunday, Feb. 14 at Air Canada Centre.
Click here for the full article
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Caring for Congo Gala 2015
View Gala Photos
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CFA State Department Town Hall Meeting 2015
September 15th --Earlier this month, Dikembe participated in the Constituency for Africa (CFA) Ronald H. Brown African Affairs Series Town Meeting on Strengthening African Healthcare Infrastructure.The program is named after the late Commerce Secretary, Ronald H. Brown who was the leader in forging ties between Africa and the U.S. Over these past sixteen years, the Ronald H. Brown African Affairs Series has held more than two hundred workshops and forums that have focused on advocacy, analysis of government policy initiatives, knowledge transfer, and the mobilization of public and private sector groups.Its publications, training and educational workshops and other activities have addressed numerous Africa-focused topics including good governance, democratization, and human rights, U.S.-Africa business and trade opportunities, health and human security, social and cultural development and the role of the media in civil society.Overall, it is estimated that the Ronald H. Brown African Affairs Series has directly reached more than 350,000 people and indirectly reached almost 1,000,000 people since its inception.In this picture, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, provides opening remarks on September 15th in the State Department. Seated are: Congressman Ronald V. Dellums, the keynote speaker, Dr. Roscoe Moore, Chairman of the Constituency for Africa, Dr. Allen Herman, Dr. Julius Garvey, Hon. Tarek Ben Youssef, Senior Political Officer at the African Union Mission in Washington, and NBA Hall-of-Famer, Dikembe Mutombo.
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A Hall of Fame Player with Global Reach
Michael Lee profiles Dikembe Mutombo and how he came to Georgetown to become a doctor but Coach Thompson convinced him that he would impact more lives through basketball than with a medical degree.
Read More on the Washington Post
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Meet The First Recipient Of The Mandela Award
Watch Dr. Nudume's HuffPost Interview
The President of the United Nations General Assembly has announced that the first-ever United Nations Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela Prize will be awarded to Dr. Helena Ndume, of Namibia. Dr. Ndume is the Chief Ophthalmologist for Windhoek Central Hospital in Namibia and several weeks ago she and her team performed 107 eye surgeries (free of charge) at the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital in Kinshasa. Dr. Ndume talks (see link below) about her experience with the Dikembe Mutombo Foundation at about the 6 minute mark.
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Dr. Ndume Lends A Helping Hand
Dr. Helena Ndume (SEE International) joins Dikembe Mutombo who stopped by to visit with children after their eye surgeries at the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (July 2015).
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Video: Rejoicing Post-Op
Congolese patients rejoice after their bandages were removed following cataract surgery at the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital. Dr. Helena Ndumbe (white blouse) and her team with SEE International performed the surgeries free of charge. (July 2015).
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July 2015 - Dikembe Mutombo visits with patients at the Biamba Marie Mutombo hospital in Kinshasa where Dr. Lillian Schapiro (far right in blue) from Peachtree Women's Specialists in Atlanta, GA returned for the third time and performed 24 hysterectomies and myomectomies along with the hospital's medical staff. Dr. Schapiro also provided cost-effective instructions to Congolese doctors and mid-wives for the prevention of post-partum hemorrhage.
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Women Orthopaedist Global Outreach (WOGO) Visit the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital
In July 2015, four representatives from Women Orthopaedist Global Outreach (WOGO) visited the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital in Kinshasa. WOGO is comprised of six female orthopedic surgeons who work to transform lives in under-served global communities by reducing the chronic burden of arthritis and disability through total joint reconstruction. The group will return to the Congo next year with their orthopedic surgeons and a group of medical volunteers to perform free joint replacement surgeries at the hospital.Photo: Dikembe and Rose Mutombo with Pia Esguerra Rena, Dr. Robyn Hakanson, Kathleen Shawn Tylka, Dr. Amanda Davet Marshall at the Fleuve Congo Hotel.
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Mutombo's Mission at the Special Olympics World Games
Photo Gallery: View Athletes Practicing
July 28, 2015 - Dikembe Mutombo walked with the Congo delegation during the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games, a delegation he helped bring to Los Angeles. For Mutombo, who became involved with Special Olympics early on in his 18-year NBA career, the challenge was simply finding intellectually disabled people in his native country. He helped build a $30-million, 300-bed hospital on the outskirts of his hometown and had yet to see a single person with intellectual disabilities in the eight years since. "I come from a country that thinks intellectually disabled children are a curse, taboo, something your mom, an auntie, a grandpop did wrong. ... That's how I was raised," Mutombo said. "I said [to Special Olympics], 'Give me a chance and I'll find them and bring them to L.A.' It was a year-and-a-half process." Through his foundation and with a financial contribution from Google, Mutombo found four centers that housed intellectually disabled kids -- "because the government did not do it," he said. "Seventy-five percent of these kids were abandoned."
ESPN Story
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Congo Runners Win Silver, Bronze in Nation rsquo;s First Special Olympics
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Democratic Republic of Congo athlete Divin Mbaya-Tshibangu, center, runs to celebrate with his team after wining silver metal in the men's 200-meter track and field during Special Olympics World Games at USC campus in Los Angeles, Calif. on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The team took home two medals. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda/ San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
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Home
About DMF
Mission Statement
Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital
The Facts
Dikembe in the Community
Malaria in Africa
Timeline
Dikembe Mutombo
Board of Directors
Foundation Staff
Publications
Ways to Give
Caring Friends
Get Involved
DMF Volunteers
Financials
Join Our Mailing List
Events
Caring for Congo Gala 2015
Caring for Congo Gala 2014
gt;
Praises from Gala Guests
Gala Photos
New York Forum on Africa
Special Olympics
UNICEF Snowflake Ball
Press
The Giver: Dikembe Mutombo
Goldman Sachs
Global Health Diplomacy 2014
Atlanta Tribune
Forbes' Top Givers 2013
Office of Public Affairs - Bahrain
Wall Street Journal
Naval Support Activity
America's Sunday Supper
Bloomberg Goodermoote Award
Washington Post
Laureus Award for Good
Japan Times
Youth Soccer Tournament In Kinshasa, DRC
Miracle Corners of the World Award
UNICEF - Horn of Africa
Georgetown University 2010 Commencement
National Parks Traveler
Tonic: Really Good Sports Q A
Zimbio Interactive Magazine
UNICEF - Haiti
Hands On Network
Public Service Award
Denver Nuggets: Where Are They Now?
Perkins Join State Department for South Sudan
Caring For Congo Gala
CBS News - Muhammad Ali
NBC News - Michelle Obama
Special Olympics
Snowflake Ball
Media Gallery
Publications
Contact Us
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