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Difficultés de déplacement des personnes dans les hauts plateaux d’ Itombwe.Difficultés de déplacement des personnes dans les ha

Suite aux pluies abondantes les rivières débordent les ponts traditionnelles qui sont construites par les communautés locales, en outre les routes sont aussi impraticables pendant cette saison de pluies. En effet certains membres de mamans shujaa de cette contrée sont devenus irréguliers à worldpulse à ce sens que leur présence en n’est plus facile actuellement.
Voici ci après quelques photos de ce milieu oû les gens marchent pendant trois jours à pied hommes et femmes en plein forêt avant d' atteindre la route oû ils doivent prendre les véhicules pour aller en ville afin de pouvoir naviguer à l’internet.
FELIX M’CHINGA

English translation by community member amys

Difficulties for people travelling in the high plains of Itombwe

Following the heavy rains in this region, the rivers have burst their banks and flooded the traditional bridges constructed by local communities. As well as this, roads have become inaccessible. Certain members of Maman Shujaa from this area have not been able to post regularly on Worldpulse, because it is not easy for them to come here at the moment. Here are a few photos of the area where men and women walk for three days through the forest to reach the road, where they then travel by vehicle to reach the town so they can use the internet.

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Difficulties for people travelling in the high plains of Itombwe

Following the heavy rains in this region, the rivers have burst their banks and flooded the traditional bridges constructed by local communities. As well as this, roads have become inaccessible. Certain members of Maman Shujaa from this area have not been able to post regularly on Worldpulse, because it is not easy for them to come here at the moment. Here are a few photos of the area where men and women walk for three days through the forest to reach the road, where they then travel by vehicle to reach the town so they can use the internet.

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Merci pour l’information,

Merci pour l’information, Félix, et pour les photos. Ça semble être vraiment un grand difficulté. J’espère que la situation améliore pour que vous pouviez tous continuer à écrire vos journaux. Bon courage !

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