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Support 180 households to live after Covid -19

by ASSOCIATION DES VOLONTAIRES CIVIQUES ET ETHIQUES POUR LA RESPONSABILITE SOCIETALE ET ENVIRONNEMENTAL
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19
Support 180 households to live after Covid -19

Summary

After the death of the villagers of Covid -19, 3 villages live in panic, no longer know how to go to pick mushrooms and collect woody forest products in the forest savannah; family is on alert and lack of foods, their situation is worsened by Covid -19. A micro agricultural production project will help them to live with the protection measures against the pandemic and to rebuild their survival on 120 hectares, including 90 ha of maize in the rainy season and 30 ha of gardens in the dry season.

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Challenge

After the death of people by Covid -19, 3 villages 180 peoples live in panic, no longer know how to walk to pick mushrooms and collect insects and products in the forest savannah. These villages live in stress on alert because they lack food, water their situation is worsened by Covid -19. They no know how to protect themselves to the pandemic and rebuild survival reintegration activities, all the foods must wind from the city 30 to 50 km, these 180 women and children are in extreme poverty.

Solution

Break the cycle of hunger, poverty, luck of food and malnutrition of 180 households in 3 villages by restructuring into 3 agricultural and health cooperatives to ensure sustainable field training of beneficiaries through food crop farming and gardening leading has a healthy life and improving the well-being and makes them autonomous which 90 of maize and 30 of vegetables. the project will give the inputs and repayable after production. Technicians will teach them ABCs Covid and agriculture

Long-Term Impact

A land of 120 ha is available of which 30 for vegetables along the river 180 households will therefore have 90 ha of maize will produce 450,000kgs or 2500 kg per household and 30 ha of vegetables 900,000 kg of vegetables or 50,000kg per household of which 20% will be reimbursed to buy future inputs seeds, fertilizers and pesticides. In addition to COVID training. Children will be educated! keep the seeds for next season. The Cycle of hunger, poverty , luck of food are BROKEN!

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.linkedin.com/​in/​les-volontaires-asbl-b4601b1a3
power point vegetables
official document of organization
Project 2020

Organization Information

ASSOCIATION DES VOLONTAIRES CIVIQUES ET ETHIQUES POUR LA RESPONSABILITE SOCIETALE ET ENVIRONNEMENTAL

Location: Lubumbashi , Katanga, Haut Katanga - Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Website:
Twitter: @NLesvolontaires
Project Leader:
Gregoire Mutomb Mutshail
Lubumbashi , Katanga, Haut Katanga Congo, Democratic Republic of the

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