Centre d'Appui au Développement Intégral Mbankana (CADIM)

To combat high rural unemployment and the outflow of farmers to urban centres, Centre d’Appui au Developpement Integral Mbankana (CADIM, Mbankana Centre for Integrated Development) trains farmers in agroforestry and afforestation techniques that restore soil fertility and boost agricultural production. The group’s afforestation efforts have reduced exploitative pressure on the natural forests and provided for the reappearance of previously endemic animal species - notably bush pigs and antelopes.

As a result of CADIM’s training programmes, farmers have increased traditional agricultural outputs - cassava production has risen five-fold in some areas - and diversified into new areas of income generation, such as honey and charcoal production. CADIM has forged a strong partnership with the Ministry of Environment and successfully lobbied for a decree by the Minister of Land Affairs to create a subdivision of forest that offers land security for farmers.

 

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Equator Prize Winner: 2008

Founded: 1995

Location: Bateke Plateau region

Beneficiaries: farmers around the village of Mbankana

Biodiversity: agroforestry and reforestation

 

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 Prix Equateur 2008

Afrique subsaharienne

 Conservation de la biodiversité

 Foresterie durable

 Écoagriculture et sécurité alimentaire


 

Informations sur le contact

Professor Taba Kalulu
Centre CADIM
Mbankana, Maluku, Kinshasa, 00 243
Democratic Republic of the Congo - 50
Tel: 00 243 81 333 0242
Email: tabakalulu@yahoo.fr

 

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