Tilo (Arabic : تيلو) is a village in the Logone Occidental region of Chad, of which the capital is Moundou. It is located approximately 19 km east-northeast of Moundou.
The chief headman of the village, Nandji Laokoua, was killed by the Armed Forces for a Federal Republic (FARF) in December 1996.
Transport infrastructure within Chad is generally poor, especially in the north and east of the country. River transport is limited to the south-west corner. As of 2011 Chad had no railways though two lines are planned - from the capital to the Sudanese and Cameroonian borders.during the wet season, especially in the southern half of the country. In the north, roads are merely tracks across the desert and land mines continue to present a danger. Draft animals remain important in much of the country.
Moundou is the second largest city in Chad and is the capital of the region of Logone Occidental.
Logone Occidental is one of the 23 regions of Chad,located in the south-west of the country. Its capital is Moundou. It is coterminous with the former Logone Occidental Prefecture.
The Catholic Church in Chad is part of the worldwide Catholic Church, under the spiritual leadership of the Pope in Rome. The Apostolic Nuncio to Chad is Archbishop Pierre Nguyên Van Tot, appointed August 25, 2005.
Kaltouma Nadjina is a Chadian sprinter. Her specialities are the 200 and 400 metres, and she holds Chadian records in those events, the 100 m, and the 800m. She won the 200 m events at the 2001 Jeux de la Francophonie held in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and the 200 and 400 m in the 2002 African Championships held in Tunis.
Lac Wey is one of four departments in Logone Occidental, a region of Chad. Its capital is Moundou. It was created by decree N° 415/PR/MAT/02 and 419/PR/MAT/02.
La Nya or Nya is one of six departments in Logone Oriental, a region of Chad. Its capital is Bébédjia.
Chad Premier League is a Chadian league for men's association football clubs. At the top of the Chadian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition. Contested by 12 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Division 2.
The Cinema of Chad is small though growing. The first film made in the country appears to have been 1958 John Huston adventure film The Roots of Heaven, filmed when the country was still a part of French Equatorial Africa. Documentary filmmaker Edouard Sailly made a series of shorts in the 1960s depicting daily life in the country. During this period there were a number of cinemas in the country, including in N'Djamena Le Normandie, Le Vogue, the Rio, the Étoile and the Shéherazade, and also the Rex in Sarh, the Logone in Moundou and the Ciné Chachati in Abéché. The film industry suffered severely in the 1970s-80s as Chad became engulfed in a series of civil wars and foreign military interventions; film production stopped, and all the cinemas in Chad closed down. Following the ousting of dictator Hissène Habré by Idriss Déby in 1990 the situation in the country stabilised somewhat, allowing the development of a nascent film industry, most notably with the work of directors Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Issa Serge Coelo and Abakar Chene Massar. Mahamat-Saleh Haroun has won awards at the Panafrican Film and Television Festival of Ouagadougou, Venice International Film Festival and the Cannes Film Festival. In January 2011 Le Normandie in N'Djamena, said to now be the only cinema in Chad, re-opened with government support.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Doba is a diocese in Doba in the Ecclesiastical province of N'Djamena in Chad.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Lai is a diocese in Lai in the ecclesiastical province of N'Djamena in Chad.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Moundou is a diocese in Moundou in the Ecclesiastical province of N'Djamena in Chad.
Bébédjia was a village in Logone Oriental Prefecture in Chad which was hit by a tornado on May 9, 2007, killing 14 people and injuring over 100.
Toumaï Air Chad is the national flag carrier airline of Chad. It operated domestic services within Chad as well as scheduled international services to other African nations from its main base at N'Djamena International Airport. International flights appeared to have been operated by primarily South African crews, but there is no recent confirmation of this, and flights were grounded in July 2012 because of safety concerns. Scheduled flights appear to be suspended, but recent reports indicate that Toumaï Air Tchad had resumed limited operations on Hajj charter flights.
Christianity arrived in Chad much more recently with the arrival of Europeans. Its followers are divided into Roman Catholics and Protestants.
The Sacred Heart Cathedral It is a religious building of the Catholic Church that serves as the seat of the diocese of Moundou in Chad. It is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. In the 1950s, his vicar was Bishop Samuel Gaumain. In 1993, its facilities suffered by sectarian unrest. On March 18, 1998, some soldiers entered it during the Mass and brutally detained the priest and the faithful. The construction of the new Cathedral of Moundou were launched in late 1999, in the district of Dombao. Its facilities are home to some Missionaries.
The 2017 LINAFOOT was the 29th season of the Chad Premier League, the top Chadian league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1988. Gazelle as 2015 season winners, are the defending champions, since 2016 season was interrupted due financial difficulties. The season started on 7 May 2017.
The 2016 LINAFOOT was supposed to be the 29th season of the Chad Premier League, the top Chadian league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1988. Gazelle were the defending champions. The season started on 28 July 2016. However, the championship was interrupted due financial difficulties, at the end of October.
The 2019 LINAFOOT was the 31st season of the Chad Premier League, the top Chadian league for association football clubs, since its establishment in 1988.
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