This project seeks to find durable solutions to the problems of farmers, whose arable land and ecosystems have long been degraded, causing soil sterility, scarcity of climate rains, falling local production to 60 %, Malnutrition, hunger and rural exodus. - sensitizing and mobilizing farmers, training, transfer of knowledge, practices and new techniques to the use of innovative agro-ecological techniques, restoring and maintaining soil fertility and revitalizing their socio-economic life.
Wars in the east of DR Congo, with consequences; The peasants have seen their ecosystems destroyed, the environment exploiting the forests become lucrative activities for the belligerents. -Local communities once lived on agriculture and livestock, plunged into miseries leading to: Rarity of rains, soil exhaustion, erosion, soil sterility. Harvest 60 times hands 10 years ago. -consequences, socio-economic life, misery, malnutrition, hunger, diseases schooling of children and banditry youn
To change the trend, it is necessary to raise the levels of the peasants by concerted activities: Awareness-raising and mobilization to agro-ecology in all affected villages, transfer of new techniques and skills, training courses on agro ecology: soil rehabilitation, water management, organic fertilizer production, Bio pesticide, reforestation, germoir and tree planting. Information on climate change, adaptation of arable soil protection, Networking of farmers to seek common solutions
10000 peasants raise awareness and furniture on agro ecology 200 peasants find solutions to the consequences caused by the destruction of ecosystems 100% of the countries targeted by the project use agro-ecological methods on their farms 100% of the farmers targeted by the project, are networked and carry out actions in consultation. 100% of targeted farmers benefit from agro-ecological technical training 90% of the solutions found to the problem of ecosystem destruction