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ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC

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ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
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ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
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ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC
ADAPTATION, MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN DRC

Summary

Human negative activities on the environment continue to accelerate the evolution of climate change. The most vulnerable environments and the associated species continue to disappear gradually and the harmful consequences on the human and animal populations cause casualties. The development of diseases and immigration and climatic emigrations, as well as famines are associated with these consequences. If we do not intervene we will find ourselves in an irremediable situation.

$19
total raised
1
donor
0
monthly donors
9
months

Challenge

The Democratic Republic of Congo, escapes this climate pressure. It is suffering from the consequences of climate change becoming more and more powerful and harmful: migrations in the refugee camps of Rwanda; Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and others are looking for routes to the west. - It has already caused since: the rarity and inequalities of rainfall, the disappearance of ecosystems, and some natural species in some provinces of the country, the degradation of the environment, the disapp

Solution

The objective of this project is to contribute to the mitigation of the negative impact of human activity on the environment and to anticipate future trends; protect the environment and the species that live there and regenerate the most vulnerable environments and prepare people for adaptation. Training of knowledge transfer, the establishment of climate streams at community level, schools, promotion and training in techniques and practices of agroecology ... To do this, it is necessary to ca

Long-Term Impact

Mindfulness at the level of the link between man and nature health, Political awareness, the involvement of political and administrative authorities, political and environmental measures, the development of local initiatives for environmental protection. Citizen and community engagement for solutions The mobilization of the community, the return of displaced climate and the end of famines. Sustainable agriculture without environmental impacts ....

Resources

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www.twitter/​drc aid
www.twitter/​drc aid

Organization Information

DRC AID

Location: BUKAVU, DRCongo - Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Website:
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Twitter: @aid_drc
Project Leader:
ROSINE FURAHA
BUKAVU, Congo, Democratic Republic of the

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