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 PROGRAM FOR THE PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT

 Presentation of the site of the construction site, city of Kpalimé

The site is located in the town of Kpalimé, located 120 km from Lomé, the capital of Togo.
Kpalimé is one of the cities of the plateaus region and chief place of prefecture of Kloto. Kpalime
And its surroundings benefit from fertile soil, luxuriant vegetation, verdant, a generally mild climate with a few times microclimates
Very appreciated by visitors
Western.
Kpalimé, with its 565,000 inhabitants, where food of all kinds converges thanks to
Its many orchards, is undoubtedly the city where one can find tropical fruits varied
(Citrus, mango, avocado, papayas, bananas, pineapples) and coffee, cocoa, palm
Oil from the surrounding orchards. The region of Kpalimé is nicknamed the granary of Togo.
The curious traveler can discover:
● the peak of Agou (the highest point in Togo)
● the aklowa waterfall
● the monastery of danyi dzogbegan
● Northern Togo (Kara, Kanté)
● the large market of Kpalimé in all its diversity
It should be noted that school education is not to be neglected, there are nursery schools and
Primary to terminal.
  
Basic principle of the camps:

In this program, CID-TOGO's mission is to accompany and support agricultural groups in their efforts to combat famine, as well as in the design of techniques adapted to the installation of farm units. Is in this way that CID-TOGO brings the populations to their autonomy by going through food self-sufficiency, which requires technical support. The creation of socio-economic infrastructures and income-generating activities that are likely to stimulate development and projects that can provide jobs for young people. Women's initiatives are priorities, as are agroforestry and environmental protection
The word "building site" generally refers to large-scale projects with significant human, financial and material resources. It is a period of about three weeks, during which volunteers, of different sexes, different backgrounds, different cultures, religions and nationalities put together their energy to accomplish a realization for the benefit of an individual, A given community. This collective and voluntary work is all the more important in poor countries like Togo where popular participation in development is a potential to be cultivated and exploited to the full. Objective of a camp volunteer site: In addition to the accomplishment of a determined work for the benefit of a needy community,
• Awareness of collective life where all aspects are taken care of by everyone (cooking, stewardship, dishes, household, shopping, leisure ...)
• Awareness-raising through meeting people from different backgrounds and cultures (the site is a meeting place for giving and receiving), which allows everyone to participate while respecting the differences of their neighbors
• Awareness-raising through the discovery of a new form of work (team work, hand work) In short, participating in a camp is a formative and rewarding action that leads to:
• Individual and collective accountability (commitment to a specific goal for the benefit of the local community)
• Learning about respect for others, the ability to express themselves, listen and live in groups,
• Learning participatory democracy and tolerance through intercultural exchanges,
• Solidarity, the physical and moral development of the individual What can the volunteer do on a CID-TOGO project? On a CID-TOGO project, the volunteer will have to carry out work of:
 
• Reforestation: This involves measuring, developing clearing, pruning, pricking and making holes for planting trees, watering
 
• Construction: The volunteer will have to look for water, sand, gravel, make bricks and mount walls and learn the techniques of masonry and carpentry
• Crafts: The volunteer will learn to make works of art (batik, wood carving, braids, etc ...)
• Awareness campaigns (AIDS, trafficking and child labor, schooling of children, etc.)
• Cleaning and sanitation of rivers, hospitals, health huts
• Academic support: This will be provided to students in rural or peri-urban communities depending on their level of study
 
• Animation of African children and dance: The volunteers will animate the small children at first and in a second, they will learn to sing or even dance to the rhythms of the traditional percussions of Africa

 Schedule of summer camps 2017

PERIODES
ACTIVITES
NUMBER OF VOLONTRY
LOCALITE
09 Juillet – 30 juillet
Lutte contre l’analphabétisation + art batik
 20
 
Kpimé; Danyi
 
31 juillet – 21 Août
 
Lutte contre les IST (SIDA) + art batik
 20
 
Hanyigba
 
06 Août – 27 Août
 
Reboisement + art Batik
 20
 
Kpimé
 
07Septembre – 28 Septembre
 
Reboisement + art Batik
 
20
  Agou
 

Schedule of long-term projects 2017


Protection et restauration du milieu
01 janvier- 31decembre
Santé environnementale
01 janvier- 31decembre
Stages et formation
01 janvier- 31decembre
Ecotourisme
01 janvier- 31decembre



 
   
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