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#OceanAction14435
Force des femmess
by Association Aide aux Femmes et Enfants (Civil society organization)
Cleaning the coastline, provide access for small-scale artisan fishers to marine resources and markets.
With a group of 150 volunteer, Association Aide aux Femmes et Enfants and her partner Association d'Aide au Développement Économique et Communautaire will work to clean the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean here in our country by collecting and destruction of the rubbish on the seaside.
We have 150 women and men motivated and educated to begin once everything is ready.
Methodologies:

By group of fifty, the team are sent on the ground.

We will use wheelbarrows, rakes, spades, and all kind of tool that can be used to clean the seaside.

What will we collect? Plastics rubbish, and all kind of rubbish we will find.

Contacts with fishers to educate them and help them to have access to the formal markets by having contacts with decision makers. Open the markets to them by helping them to constitute the groups.

The governance will be given to both organizations.
Progress reports
October/2017
24 months
Financing (in USD)
140,000 USD
Staff / Technical expertise
If possible, some assistance for the staff.
In-kind contribution
We will work 40 hours / day.
Basic information
Time-frame: October 2017 - September 2019
Partners
Association Aide aux Femmes et Enfants Association d'Aide au Développement Économique et Communautaire.
Ocean Basins
  • South Atlantic
Beneficiary countries
Republic of Congo
Other beneficaries
Contact information
Claude Alex Ndambi Moutandi, Project manager, calexnda@gmail.com, +242050226234
Pointe Noire, Congo Brazzaville
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