As part of the final evaluation of the support project to the Private and Associative Sector of Waste Pre-Collection (FILIPA) in Brazzaville (Congo), carried by the GRET (2014-2019), several videos were produced.
The rapid and unplanned urbanization of Brazzaville has led to significant deforestation, so that during frequent tropical rains, precipitation on the urbanized hills runs abundantly and floods the districts below. Messrs Philippe Ikongo and Alphonse Ondzouan, two neighbourhood chiefs, show the makeshift dikes, tirelessly erected with the garbage cans of the inhabitants, in the Talangai district.
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- FILIPA project, Brazzaville: the use of waste as backfill against erosion | video
- FILIPA project, Brazzaville: pre-collection of waste by small operators | video
- FILIPA project, Brazzaville: eradication of a dump by OPCs | video
- FILIPA project, Brazzaville: neighbourhoods chronically threatened by flooding | video