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.
Due to its tropical climate, sandy soil and rapid and massive urbanization, Brazzaville is a city that is crumbling… threatening many dwellings. Simon Lemarthe is a pre-collection operator (OPC) formalized by the FILIPA project. He explains why, in his district of Djiri, it is more useful to dump the garbage he collects in ravines rather than in the bins intended for the evacuation towards a controlled landfill center at 35km south of the city, by the Lebanese company Averda recruited by the Congolese government.
Voir les autres capsules
- FILIPA project, Brazzaville: garbage is used to build dikes | 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