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Burkina Faso flag Permanent Mission to the UN of Burkina Faso in New York

Address865 United Nations Plaza, Suite 326
New York, NY 10017
USA
Phonelocal: (212) 308.4720
international: +1.212.308.4720
Faxlocal: (212) 308.4690
international: +1.212.308.4690
Emailbfapm@un.int

Comments on this Permanent Mission to the UN

Traugott Daetwyler e-mail daetwyler.david@mail.com
Wed, 4 Sep 2013 06:32 EDT
no question of this person if treu or not in internet scam relation
Does this person really work for the UNO ore some one use this information for scam activities? We get this include the picture of the ID card of here. Please forward this to your organisation in charge of it. Can't find it on internet!

United Nations Office.
Economic And Social Counsel
International Environmental Protection Movement.
West Africa Correspondent Payment Office.
Director Mrs Helen Williams.
Email __ unitednationcompasationoffice@consultant
Zeba Issouf
Sat, 24 Nov 2012 11:42 EST
Informations about making a procuration on behalf of someone
Living in New York,which paperwork should I need if I were to make a procuration for someone to act on my behalf on my parcel in Burkina Faso.Thank you for answering me.
Adele Ndome
Mon, 10 Sep 2012 13:46 EDT
Looking for International Adoptive Parents
Dear Sir/Dear Madam,

I'm a female aged 53 years old and lives in New York. I'm originally from Douala, Cameroon.

I would like to request your personal assistance in connecting me with Africans from Mali aged 75 years old or more who will be willing to undertake the role of my adoptive parents whether legally or just informally.

I've been in the USA since 1984 and did not have any parents since 1983.
My father died when I was just 3 years of age, I didn't know nor do I remember anything about him.
My mother died in France in 1992, the last time I saw her it was in 1983.

I'm a single mother of a daughter here who practically didn't have any grandparents. Her father left the USA in 1985 after she was born and disappeared, we have never heard of him and I haven't seen him since 1985.
I left Cameroon in 1972 to go live with my mother there she had left Cameroon 10 years before that time to live in France. I hardly lived few years with her. Given the great misfortune which affect my father and mother I'm considering adoptive parents from other African countries.
This very serious as I need people that would treat me like parents treat me daughter as grandparents who are in Africa as opposed to in the USA so that we can visit them and stay at there place learn more from Africa which I haven't seen since 1972.

Please try your best to help me. My name is Adele Ndome, and my email address is : adelend@aol.com

Thank you in advance for your reply.

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