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LA FEMME ET L’ENVIRONNEMENT EN RD CONGO.

A l'est de la RD CONGO certaines associations féminines travaillent dans le domaine de la protection de l'environnement.
Le Groupe Agricole de Mamans pour le Développement d'Itombwe GAMADI asbl œuvre dans les massifs forestiers de l'itombwe oû une grande partie de la forêt appartient aux communautés locales et une autre à la réserve naturelle d'itombwe..Cette association profite de cette occasion pour donner son point de vis concernant la protection de la nature.
1)Pour mieux protéger ces forêts en RD CONGO,il est important de financer les associations féminines pour pouvoir sensibiliser les communautés locales à la protections.
2)Que l'état congolais cesse de donner les permis d’exploitation aux tiers
3)Que les projets de construction des centrales hydroélectriques soient envisagés pour réduire à l’exploitation des braises. NB Le mauvais état des routes ne permet pas aux organisations internationales de la conservation d'arriver dans tous les coins pour sensibiliser les peuples autochtones et autres habitants.
Claudine BILEMO coordinatrice de GAMADI asbl..

English translation by community member ClairePoyser

WOMEN AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE DR CONGO

In the East of the DRC certain womens associations work to protect the environment. The Agricultural Group of Mothers for the Development of Itombwe (GAMADI) works in the large forests of Itombwe, where a large part of the forest belongs to the local community, and the other part is a nature reserve. Our group is using this occasion to share our point of view regarding the protection of nature.
1) In order to better protect the forests in the DRC, it is important to finance womens groups like ours who can educate the local community on environmental protection.
2) We ask that the state stops giving third parties the permission to exploit our environment.
3) We ask that hydroelectricity projects are undertaken in order to reduce the exploitation of embers. NB: the bad state of roads means that international conservation organisations can not access all parts of Congo to educate indigenous people and other inhabitants. Claudine BILEMO is the Co-ordinator of GAMADI.

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Merci

Chere Claudine,
Merci d’avoir partage le point de vue de votre organization avec nous. Pendant les guerres on oublie souvent les consequences pour l’environnement, donc votre projet est essentiel. Est-ce que vous avez des liens avec des organisations internationles qui partagent votre avis? Si oui, quels sont ces organisations? S’il vous plait, continuez a partager les photos et les nouvelles de GAMADI avec nous!

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WOMEN AND THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE DR CONGO
In the East of the DRC certain womens associations work to protect the environment. The Agricultural Group of Mothers for the Development of Itombwe (GAMADI) works in the large forests of Itombwe, where a large part of the forest belongs to the local community, and the other part is a nature reserve. Our group is using this occasion to share our point of view regarding the protection of nature. 1) In order to better protect the forests in the DRC, it is important to finance womens groups like ours who can educate the local community on environmental protection. 2) We ask that the state stops giving third parties the permission to exploit our environment. 3) We ask that hydroelectricity projects are undertaken in order to reduce the exploitation of embers. NB: the bad state of roads means that international conservation organisations can not access all parts of Congo to educate indigenous people and other inhabitants. Claudine BILEMO is the Co-ordinator of GAMADI.

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