HER MAJESTY QUEEN DIAMBI
Queen Diambi of Congo
Her Royal Majesty Queen Diambi Kabatusuila Tshiyoyo Muata of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Full title Diambi Mukalenga Mukaji Wa Nkashama Wa Bakwa Luntu Wa Balubla Wa Kasaï Wa Congo. (Woman King of the Order of the Leopard of the Bakwa Luntu of the Luba ethnic group of Kasaï in The Democratic Republic of Congo.)
Her Majesty Queen Diambi is the Woman King and traditional leader of the Bakwa Luntu people of Central Kasaï and African descendants of Brazil and Panama.
Queen Diambi has undertaken many initiatives to foster friendships and alliances between her people and the diverse communities of our world,
She has placed a high priority on the restoration of the African identity through the study of African history.
Her contributions are some of the driving forces pushing us towards a more harmonious existence.
NEW ON NETFLIX!
Her Majesty Queen Diambi makes special guest star appearances in the NETFLIX docu-series 'African Queens'
This new docuseries from executive producer Jada Pinkett Smith, audiences get to learn about the fearless, captivating lives of queens who were likely not part of their Western academic curriculum. The series starts with Queen Njinga, who ruled over what is known today as Angola in the 1600s.
ADVOCACY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
It is imperative to address the challenges that are rapidly accelerating the degradation of three key ecosystems: The Great Congo River, the Congo Basin and the Atlantic Ocean. The global water crisis is a multidimensional and complex issue that requires a holistic approach.
As the G100 DRC Chair for Climate Action & Environment and Honorary President of ONE.Congo, a joint venture whose mission is to clean up the Great Congo River, I encourage all efforts to partner with international and local organizations to develop and implement an action plan to achieve this invaluable mission.
The Queen Diambi Collection Project
The Queen Diambi Collection Project was founded by Queen Diambi in 2017 as a way to showcase and support the talented Congolese Fashion designers and seamstresses in her country and abroad.
The Project, established by 501c3 The Elikia Hope Foundation, is a cooperative which will provide a Fashion Design School and Resource Center in the Congo to enable aspiring fashion designers to receive education and mentorship from experienced designers, while experienced designers will receive the necessary financing to branch out and start their own fashion houses and related business.
Ubuntu: I am because you are.