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ENVIRONNEMENT RDC

en vertu de chose l’environnement est le milieu de vie des individus et tout ce qui les entourent. L’environnement nous donne tous ce que nous sommes à présent tous ce que nous vivons nous proviennent de celle-ci l’homme congolais vis avec son environnement comme s’il ne voulait pas l’entretenir sans l’environnement l’homme ne peut pas survivre seul il doit de toute façon s’engager à savoir que la vie dépend de ce dernier, l’eau que nous buvons, la nourriture que nous mangeons, l’air que nous respirons, et tous ce qui nous entourent sont fruit d’une bonne environnement en RDC, le non respect de ce dernier entraine la pollution de l’environnement et pour la majorité de congolais , sa cause des maladies due à la pollution de l’environnement. S’agissant de la maladie on trouve qu’il ya des maladies qui sont propagés dans l’environnement dans l’aire sur les aliments et qui nuit à la société congolaise cela est due au manque de sensibilisation des environnementalistes. Celle-ci reste ignorée par les autorités congolaises.
En résumé : l’environnement congolais reste ignore par les congolais qui ne veulent pas s’imprégné dans l’évolution de leurs environnements plutôt la majorité s’intéressent à la dégradation en polluant ce dernier il jette des immondices par si par là sans crainte de fait que peuvent provoquer trique l’environnement au Congo reste ignore par les congolais et sans valeur.
On trouve qu’il y a des épidémies répandit par ce dernier fauté de son entretien (le cholera, la malaria etc.…). L’environnement est la base de la vie mais en baise au Congo. Il y a même absence des environnementalistes, sensibilisateurs qui font manière aux gens l’importance d’avoir un environnement sain et meilleur.

English translation by community member tezmez40

Environment DRC

The environment is at the centre of everyone’s world. It has made us who we are and what we are to present. Everything that we experience comes from here. The Congolese live in their environment as if they do not care to maintain it. Without the environment, man cannot survive alone. He must in every way possible commit himself to the fact that life depends on the environment – the water that we drink, the food that we eat, the air that we breathe and all that surrounds us is fruit of a good environment. In Congo, the disrespect of the environment leads to it being polluted and for the majority of Congolese, the illnesses and diseases are because of this pollution. Speaking of illness, it has been found that some of them are propagate in the environment, in the air and eventually landing on our food and thus harming our society. This all due to the environmentalists not creating enough awareness and this kind of action continues to be ignored by the Congolese authorities.
In summary: The Congolese environment continues to be ignored by the Congolese who want nothing to do with furthering their environment. Rather, the majority would prefer to degrade it by polluting it. They toss their garbage here and there without any regard for the consequences. The environment in Congo continues to be ignored and under-valued.
Epidemics are spreading because of this disrespect and lack of maintenance to the environment (cholera, malaria, etc). The environment is the source of life, but this is on the decline in Congo. There aren’t even any environmentalists, sensitizers who make the public aware of the benefit of a healthy environment.

Comments

tezmez40's picture

Bonjour Esperance. Votre

Bonjour Esperance. Votre histoire sur les problèmes environnementaux m’impressionne. J’aurais cru que les Congolais y feraient plus attention que ça. Alors, plus vous en parlez plus les gens vont comprendre l’importance de l’entretenir et le respecter. Vous êtes sur la bonne piste pour effectuer un changement et je vous félicite pour ça.

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TRANSLATION

The environment is at the centre of everyone’s world. It has made us who we are and what we are to present. Everything that we experience comes from here. The Congolese live in their environment as if they do not care to maintain it. Without the environment, man cannot survive alone. He must in every way possible commit himself to the fact that life depends on the environment – the water that we drink, the food that we eat, the air that we breathe and all that surrounds us is fruit of a good environment. In Congo, the disrespect of the environment leads to it being polluted and for the majority of Congolese, the illnesses and diseases are because of this pollution. Speaking of illness, it has been found that some of them are propagate in the environment, in the air and eventually landing on our food and thus harming our society. This all due to the environmentalists not creating enough awareness and this kind of action continues to be ignored by the Congolese authorities.
In summary: The Congolese environment continues to be ignored by the Congolese who want nothing to do with furthering their environment. Rather, the majority would prefer to degrade it by polluting it. They toss their garbage here and there without any regard for the consequences. The environment in Congo continues to be ignored and under-valued.
Epidemics are spreading because of this disrespect and lack of maintenance to the environment (cholera, malaria, etc). The environment is the source of life, but this is on the decline in Congo. There aren’t even any environmentalists, sensitizers who make the public aware of the benefit of a healthy environment.

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