By: Pedro Ali Alves
Ed-Note I$raHell and Germany Launch “The Africa Initiative”
Both gov known for their role in plundering,colonizing,and proxy wars in Africa,now will continue under the climate change figth guise. MASHAV.
Remember executive outcomes? this new initiative wil probably have both countries deathsquads and commandoes posing for public relations media propaganda in park ranger attires, something like wwf or 1001 club,while dispatching mercenaries to steal and secure the most valuable resources in these countries..all in name of conservation MASHAV.
- Kenya: In the field of aquaculture around Lake Victoria. This activity is focused on enhancing sustainable ways of protecting Lake Victoria’s environment and ecosystem by reducing the stress on the lake and improving the ecosystem of aquaculture around the lake. The next stage of this partnership is the expansion to the area of water treatment and management.
- Ethiopia: In the field of strengthening livelihoods for pastoral and agro-pastoral communities. The German – Israel Partnership is part of a larger program of adaptation to climate change. The partnership will be entering a second phase in June 2014 and will focus on drought resilience and dryland agriculture for nomadic communities, in the Afar region.
- Ghana: In the field of citrus production. This ongoing activity is focused on improving the value chain and productivity of citrus fruit, to meet the relevant needs and demands.
- Burkina Faso: A partnership will be established to build the capacity of the local population in the southwest of Burkina Faso to adapt to the impacts of climate change and to address the severe degradation of the agricultural land.
- Burundi: MASHAV will join as a partner to the German-Burundi project to support climate change adaptation which aims to implement strategies and tools to reduce the vulnerability of the rural population to climate change impacts in selected, particularly in vulnerable regions of Burundi.
- Cameroon: Based on the existing project on reforestation and research and development of measures to reverse soil degradation in the Far North of Cameroon Israel and Germany will evaluate various options for a new trilateral cooperation.