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Old May 10th, 2017, 02:27 AM   #781
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Old May 10th, 2017, 02:53 AM   #782
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“We Are Helping to Make Decentralization Happen!”

Jul 29, 2016

An event centred on decentralization organized by the Governorate of the province of North Kivu with the support of the United Nations Development Programme was held on 9 and 10 June in Goma. It was an opportunity for stakeholders involved in decentralization on the ground to meet up. The aim was to establish an open dialogue between decentralized territorial entities and the province and achieve better collaboration between these two levels of governance. “This meeting on decentralization comes at exactly the right time for a number of the entities involved,” said Anicet Samvura, Administrative Secretary of the chefferie of Bwisha.

The chefferie of Bwisha is indeed a long way ahead of its peers. Supported by UNDP since 2008, it boasts a local development plan that is being implemented and is bearing fruit. “In Rutshuru, we have a 13-megawatt power station which supplies electricity to several villages – people from Goma are really jealous!” explains Anicet proudly. The power station, built with UNDP support, is one of the outcomes of a round table where technical and financial partners committed to lend their support to a number of projects included in the local development plan: their support amounted to 42 million US dollars. The Matabe dam project is the result of the chefferie lobbying the Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN). The project formed part of the 2012-2016 local development plan.




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Old May 10th, 2017, 02:39 PM   #783
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That EU statement takes Congolese for for embeciles..as if Congolese do not understand what their own constitution says.

Where is the 40% that supposed to remain in the provinces? that's all it takes to have decentralization.
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Old May 10th, 2017, 04:26 PM   #784
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Are you aware that Katanga was federalist from day one after independence under Tshombe?
Nguz, Kyungu, Mwando Simba, Kibasa, Katumbi, etc are all fedetralists.

Are you aware that Ituri provinc and all PO aare federalists? Ituri never even wanted to be under Kisangani's total controle, let alone under Kinshasa.
Are you aware that Kivutiens are federalists? they despise the CG's absolute controle.. especially NK .

Even some Kasaiens have started to realize that federalism is the way to go..the facts that their diamonds have not served them with anthin. they are starting to become vocal about them keeping their diamond money in their province..


You cannot teach Decentralization to federalists. makes no sense at all.... Its like trying to teach Kinois about music. lol
Those little Western atronizing projects are insults to Kivutiens who send 100s of millions of dollars to the CG each year.

Kivutiens, Katangais have been building their provinces, schools, health centers, roads, manufacturing, agriculture etc. if anything they are the ones who need to teach the rest of the country about th benefits of federalism/decentralization.
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Old May 10th, 2017, 06:22 PM   #785
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Old May 10th, 2017, 06:44 PM   #786
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That's Goma's downtown commercial quarter. the residential quarters of downtown are even much larger (or Goma's oldest posh areas).

That photo is almost 10 years old. a district st built by the Kivu's business class.

This disctrict is not even the busiest or richest. Hinmbi is the richest , busest and largest.

in the 1990s when Himbi district was growing very fast , people were predicting that downtown will move there and it happened. basically Goma has 2 downtowns. the old and the new..


I think you should visit Goma and Bukavu obviously a its one metro area.. You will learn that what you read in the Western and Kin nes are very deceiving.
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Old May 10th, 2017, 11:35 PM   #787
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That EU statement takes Congolese for for embeciles..as if Congolese do not understand what their own constitution says.

Where is the 40% that supposed to remain in the provinces? that's all it takes to have decentralization.
Julien Paluku an imbecile to you...?? You're just a kid off the streets not knowing the inner workings of a government...Are you smarter than Julien Paluku? In fact, Julien Paluku is very wise for working with the UNDP....He's helping his province develop faster...


With his technical and financial partners, The governorat gets help in elaborating development master plan for each territory within the province and implementing them.......

Part of North Kivu's wealth is the location of 3 important border crossings within its territory...border crossings usually belong to the central government anyhow.....but revenues must be split with the province..

If you're right about this picture of Goma being more than 10 years old, then it must have been taken during the Rwandan occupation 1998-2007.......Just saying...
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Old May 11th, 2017, 05:42 AM   #788
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Julien Paluku an imbecile to you...?? You're just a kid off the streets not knowing the inner workings of a government...Are you smarter than Julien Paluku? In fact, Julien Paluku is very wise for working with the UNDP....He's helping his province develop faster...


With his technical and financial partners, The governorat gets help in elaborating development master plan for each territory within the province and implementing them.......

Part of North Kivu's wealth is the location of 3 important border crossings within its territory...border crossings usually belong to the central government anyhow.....but revenues must be split with the province..

If you're right about this picture of Goma being more than 10 years old, then it must have been taken during the Rwandan occupation 1998-2007.......Just saying...
Monusco is in Kinshasa. ...KC, Kin a industrial centers, Kin an education center for the West.. the whole West is the size of Texas with vast resources, bigger population , Africa's 2nd largest diaspora...very big agricultural land. access to the Ocean..peaceful region. access to infrastructures....EU, Japan, US, MONUSCO, China, CG, your favorite FDI...but where is the boom?

One thing is certain. western and central parts of the country are the ones who need EU's teachings and and training on Decentralization and Federalism..


Kivutiens are federalists by nature. business savvy...they will continue to prove it

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Monusco is in Kinshasa. ...KC, Kin a industrial centers, Kin an education center for the West.. the whole West is the size of Texas with vast resources, bigger population , Africa's 2nd largest diaspora...very big agricultural land. access to the Ocean..peaceful region. access to infrastructures....EU, Japan, US, MONUSCO, China, CG, your favorite FDI...but where is the boom?

One thing is certain. western and central parts of the country are the ones who need EU's teachings and and training on Decentralization and Federalism..


Kivutiens are federalists by nature. business savvy...they will continue to prove it
Wrong....hallucinating again.....So far It is only Kivu, not any other provinces, which is receiving the benefits of UNDP cooperation and the people on the ground are appreciating it...........as you see in the reactions of benefactors interviewed in Petit Nord as shown in the article above...

You're just a kid off the streets...not knowing the inner functioning of government..

As much as I love my Kivu people but at the same time they import too much consumers goods....which is not good in long term for the country because it lowers the value of our currency

To offset that, you need more exports for the country....So then Kongo Central and Katanga come to save the day since they alone produce more than 90% of Congo's exports...

That's what I call teamwork....Kivu needs the other provinces in order to keep the Congolese franc at a good value..
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Supporting development in Masisi thanks to hydroelectric power

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Old May 12th, 2017, 02:56 PM   #792
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Wrong....hallucinating again.....So far It is only Kivu, not any other provinces, which is receiving the benefits of UNDP cooperation and the people on the ground are appreciating it...........as you see in the reactions of benefactors interviewed in Petit Nord as shown in the article above...

You're just a kid off the streets...not knowing the inner functioning of government..

As much as I love my Kivu people but at the same time they import too much consumers goods....which is not good in long term for the country because it lowers the value of our currency

To offset that, you need more exports for the country....So then Kongo Central and Katanga come to save the day since they alone produce more than 90% of Congo's exports...

That's what I call teamwork....Kivu needs the other provinces in order to keep the Congolese franc at a good value..
LOL
Is well known Congolese in western parts of the country are self pessimistic or lack self confidence when it comes to economic development.., even with that the likes of Litho still has some level of self confidence on what Congolese can do on their own..

But this one is unique in it kind, it has to be recorded in the guiness world record book

If Kivutiens and Katangais are building new cities from scratch right in front of your eyes and still not enough to convince you. then there is nothing that can..kokamwa


Pweto and Goma...bult and financed by by locals....Kasenga IN Katanga IS ON THE WAY AS WELL, SO DOES oICHA IN NORD .
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Is well known Congolese in western parts of the country are self pessimistic or lack self confidence when it comes to economic development.., even with that the likes of Litho still has some level of self confidence on what Congolese can do on their own..

But this one is unique in it kind, it has to be recorded in the guiness world record book

If Kivutiens and Katangais are building new cities from scratch right in front of your eyes and still not enough to convince you. then there is nothing that can..kokamwa


Pweto and Goma...bult and financed by by locals....Kasenga IN Katanga IS ON THE WAY AS WELL, SO DOES oICHA IN NORD .
Delusions upon delusions.......

Do not know where exactly you are going with this but the FACT remains whether in North Kivu, Katanga, or Kinshasa..they are growing as result of a combination of local effort combined with their financial/technical partners efforts...

Point Blank......So put down your smoke pipe...
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Delusions upon delusions.......

Do not know where exactly you are going with this but the FACT remains whether in North Kivu, Katanga, or Kinshasa..they are growing as result of a combination of local effort combined with their financial/technical partners efforts...

Point Blank......So put down your smoke pipe...
Learn from an advanced foreigner. then do it yourself. that what Kivutoens, Katangais do.

Thats why education/schools exist. and focus on quality, not quantity of schools and students...also what you learn is very important.


If you cannot do that, then yu do not know how to learn.
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