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Old July 11th, 2018, 01:07 PM   #441
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Fenelon Kyangaluka talks about the evolution of the construction of hydroelectric power plants to electrify Beni and Butembo



The specialized technology company (STS) Energie Nord-Kivu has commissioned since April the hydroelectric power station Ivugha in Butembo, initially illuminating the city center of Butembo. An additional 1.6 megawatt electric production was announced, pending the second phase, which could bring this output to nearly 4 megawatts. Three months later, STS manager Fénelon Kyangaluka says that Ivugha's work has been completed and the town of Butembo is already electrified.
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"There is energy to connect everyone who asks for it. Butembo takes only 15% of the available power, at peak hours, "he says, while announcing that the establishment of other turbines to increase the power generation capacity to serve not only Butembo, but also part of the city of Beni by the end of 2019.
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Fenelon Kyangaluka also announced the construction of another plant, Taliya I, which will produce 12 megawatts to meet the growing needs of people in these two cities.
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"I consider that the electricity needs in Beni and Bitembo will increase. That's why we need to have another turbine, "he says.

Fenelon Kyangaluka talks to Christian Mapendano.

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Fénelon Kyangaluka parle de l’évolution des constructions des centrales hydroélectriques pour électrifier Beni et Butembo

La société des technique spécialisées (STS)Énergie Nord-Kivu a mis en service, depuis le mois d’avril dernier, la microcentrale hydroélectrique d’Ivugha à Butembo, en éclairant dans un premier temps le centre-ville de Butembo. Il était annoncé une production électrique supplémentaire de 1,6 mégawatt en attendant la deuxième phase qui pourra porter cette production à près de 4 mégawatts. Trois mois après, le gérant de la STS, Fénelon Kyangaluka affirme que les travaux d’Ivugha sont achevés et que la ville de Butembo est déjà électrifiée.

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#RDC #Mbobero: la Ndsci lance un nouveau plaidoyer pour les expropriés de Mborero. Dps 2016, Joseph Kabila y a acheté une concession, 317 maisons détruites, un Hopital, 2500 à la rue, ils témoignent ds "Mbobero, la raison du plus fort est tjs la meilleure"

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“Whoever they met, they would cut and kill”: displaced Congolese recount rebel atrocities

IRIN gained rare access to civilians and militia leaders in Rutshuru, where two years of tit-for-tat attacks have left villages burnt, more than 100 dead, and communities divided along ethnic lines

At the camp for displaced people in Rukoro, nobody can remember the last time they saw an aid worker. There are no tents and tarpaulins for the roughly 300 people that live here – just a collection of tiny, tunnel-shaped huts tucked out of sight down a dirt track in this remote corner of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Rutshuru region.

Eugenia Nzamukosha, one of the residents of Rukoro, would like to return home. She would like to drink water from somewhere better than the dirty pond under the nearby bridge; to eat food more nourishing than the bananas she forages from the bush, or the beans she receives from locals (on a good day).

But Nzamukosha cannot go home because, like the other families here, she has no home to go back to. Last September, men from a militia composed of a different ethnic group entered her village and burnt down the small hut she and her seven children lived in.





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DRC: two traders arrested in Ethiopia, Bruno Tshibala invited to intervene!



Prime Minister Bruno Tshibala is invited to intervene for the release of two Congolese economic operators from the east of the country, who have been under arrest in Ethiopia for weeks. The Ethiopian Customs accuses them of illegal transportation of cash. A memorandum from the Goma merchants' collective was sent to Governor Julien Paluku last weekend.

"All the provincial executive is with you. [...] Together with my counterpart in South Kivu, Claude Nyamugabo, the diplomatic channels are activated so that the file is handled at the level of embassies, "said Julien Paluku at the reception of the memorandum.

However, he reminded them of the regulatory provisions concerning the movement of cash in cash. For example, it is forbidden to have more than 10,000 US dollars in cash.

On a trip to China by the Ethiopian Airlines company on Sunday, July 1, 2018, the boss of the Goma Excee, Kasereka Sadiki Mutange was arrested from the hotel at the Addis Ababa airport by Customs. All his money has been confiscated and he is still in detention.

Another Congolese trader from Bukavu, also a victim, saw his money confiscated. This is Balemba Machara January, who would be arrested on June 9, detained in jail at Bole, at Addis Ababa airport. He is also being held at Kality Prison.

How could Bruno Tshibala intervene and obtain the release of his compatriots arrested in flagrance? By the payment of bail bonds after being tried and sentenced? Or by diplomatic arrangements between two states?

While waiting for answers to these concerns, for informed analysts, these two cases constitute a real stop for Congolese traders who allow themselves to move abroad, by plane, with colossal sums of money prohibited by international standards.

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Le premier ministre, Bruno Tshibala est invité à intervenir pour la libération de deux opérateurs économiques congolais de l’Est du pays en état d’arrestation en Ethiopie depuis des semaines. La douane éthiopienne leur reproche le transport illégal d’argent liquide. Un mémorandum du collectif des commerçants de Goma lui destiné a été transmis au gouverneur Julien Paluku le week-end dernier.

«Tout l’exécutif provincial est de cœur avec vous. […] Ensemble avec mon homologue du Sud-Kivu, Claude Nyamugabo, les canaux diplomatiques sont activés pour que le dossier soit traité au niveau des ambassades », déclaré Julien Paluku lors de la réception du mémorandum.

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Luc Nkulula obituary

Brave political activist and key figure in Lucha, the pro-democracy youth movement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Minutes before he died, aged 32, in a fire, the activist Luc Nkulula, trapped by the flames in his wooden house, was passing his life’s work out through the barred window. He died as he had lived: thinking first of Lucha, the movement he and other fearless young Congolese had built, enduring arrests, beatings and repression in order to further their ideals of democratic change and creating a future for the youth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Congo is great; it requires greatness of spirit,” was Nkulula’s motto, apparently borrowed from Patrice Lumumba, the DRC’s first democratically elected leader, who was assassinated in a coup allegedly sponsored by Belgium and the CIA.

Nkululu joined Lucha, or Lutte pour le Changement (Struggle for Change) in 2012, not long after the movement was founded in the eastern city of Goma. When the Congolese president Joseph Kabila met Lucha activists in summer 2016 after years of repression, it was Nkulula who did most of the talking. He asked Kabila, then at the end of his constitutional mandate, to leave power.

Few have believed Kabila’s repeated assurances since then that he is about to step down. Much of the violence that has forced 4.5 million people to flee their homes seems to be part of Kabila’s plan to cling on at the DRC’s helm. After the era of plunder under King Leopold II of Belgium that ended in 1909, and then half a century more of colonialism, this huge and diverse country had Lumumba as prime minister for less than three months in 1960 before he was killed. Since then, Mobutu Sese Seko and the Kabilas have successively been in charge.

Nkulula was notoriously straight-talking, but telling Kabila to get out took a rare kind of bravery. According to other Lucha members, the president was asking the group to give him more time to organise elections. After the meeting, he released their comrades from prison.

The idea that Kabila would plead with young, seemingly powerless people for a reprieve is testament to the respect Lucha had built up. Six years after its founding, the organisation now has around 3,000-4,000 members, mostly aged under 25, and though their ability to mobilise the masses is modest, they have established a considerable presence. Lucha refused to grant the president’s request for more time, and continued their protests demanding his resignation.

I met Nkulula a few months after Kabila did, in a quiet garden cafe in Goma, but we had to move location to escape intelligence agents, who were always trailing Lucha members. Most people in the DRC are careful what they say. Nkulula spoke his mind, and was open in criticising Kabila.

He was born in Lubumbashi, in the south-east of what was then Zaire, and grew up between there and Goma; his mother, Nunu Kabuo Kakule, worked for the state air transport company, and his father, Emile Mwamba wa Nkulula, was a doctor. Luc studied law at Goma University, and did legal consultancies for international organisations after graduating. After joining Lucha he helped shape it into a movement that did not just talk, but took action.

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Sport: avec le Ministre des Sports,Mr Papy Nyango, avons apprécié ce soir l’évolution des travaux du stade communal de Goma. Une infrastructure qui devra répondre aux besoins de la jeunesse dynamique du Nord Kivu qui nourrit des grandes ambitions dans ce secteur clé



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Reading the Rwandan NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL EXPORT DEVELOPMENT BOARD Report of March 2018, make me realize how Rwandan Agric export sector depends on Eastern DRC Market and how Eastern DRC also depends on Rwanda Agric sector.


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The export of vegetables is composed by formal and informal trade. In March 2018, through formal trade, 14.40 % of total vegetables exported went to Europe, where major buyers were United Kingdom with 8.12%, France 5.75%, Belgium 0.33%, Netherlands and United Arab Emirates with 0.06% and 0.03 respectively.0.09 went to US dominated by dried vegetables. Main
products exported in these countries were French beans, pepper, eggplants and broccoli. For the regional market 51.52% of total vegetables exported went to Uganda dominated by fresh beans, carrots, cabbages, 34.08% to DRC dominated by the tomato and other spices.

For informal trade 87% went to DRC dominated by green vegetables 20% , 19.86% tomatoes; 16.08 eggplant, cabbage at 10.28%, cabbage flowers 7.7% , onion 7.51%, , a portion of vegetables in informal trade at 11% went to Uganda, 1.37% went to Burundi while 0.095 went to Tanzania

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The export of Fruit was composed of formal and informal trade. In March 2018, Rwanda exported 31% of fruit to Europe and United States (US) of which 14.65% of avocadoes exported United Arab Emirates, 10.38% of macadamia went to US; 4.26% of passion fruit went to United Kingdom, 1.01% of total macadamia, Avocado and Agashya Sirop fruit went to Belgium; 0.78% of Organic pineapple was exported to France. The rest of 68.85% of fruits went to regional market.
26.24 went to DRC dominated by Juice and Jams; 22.31% went to Uganda, 20.19% went to South Africa and 0.09 of seed fruit went to Zambia.
For informal trade: 87.70% went to DRC dominated by Sweet banana at 59.13%, Orange 10.06%; Avocados 6.19%; mangoes 6.36%; pineapple, passion fruits and other fruits and nuts 5.54%. 11.86% was exported to Uganda while 0.44% went to Burundi.

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If we compare meat revenue of 17,203,881 USD achieved in 2017-2018 to 18,357,090 USD of 2016-2017 in the same period, we have a decrease of 1,153,209 USD or 6%. The big part of meat exported went to RDC.

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The revenues of Milk and dairy products realized from July 2017 to March 2018 was USD 11,145,855 and above 9,958,336 us$ realized in 2016-2017 by a difference of 1,187,519 USD.
Formal trade of Milk and dairy products represents 19.61% of total export while informal trade represents 80.39%. in the month of march 2018, DRC imported 98.35% of total exported Milk and dairy products, 1.35% were exported to Uganda while 0.34% exported to Burundi.

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Export revenues of cereals increased by 28,717,260 USD or 64% from 45,176,847 USD realized in 2016-2017. The DRC imported 82.45% of cereals dominated by Maize 28.27%; Rice 25.65%; wheat 24.94 and Spaghetti 3.30% .Kenya bought 14.22% of total cereals exported dominated by Bran wheat. Uganda bought 2.93% dominated by spagheti1while Burundi bought 0.34 of total cereals dominated by maize at 0.32%

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Total revenues of 20,511,576 USD from live animal realized from July to March 2017-2018 were above 19,881,787 us$ realized in 2016-2017 by a difference of 629,789.53 USD which is an increase of 3.17%. In March 2018 more than 84.74 % of live animal went to DRC, 13.61% to Uganda; and 1.69% to Burundi. Among live animals bough by RDC, poultry live is at 59.51%, Goats at 10.49%, Pig at 6.79%, Cows at 4.40% and Rabbit live 0.83



The comparison between export of pulses 2017-2018 and 2016-2017 shows an increase of 3,455,975 USD representing 55.02%. In March 2018, more than 55.74% of pulses were exported to Uganda and were dominated by dried beans 53.31% and 2.43 of peas. DRC bought 42.57% of total pulses exported dominated by dried beans 42.53 and Burundi imported 1.69%

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Total revenue of roots and tubers from July 2017 to March 2018 was 6,689,869 USD; Compared to that of the same period in 2016-2017 representing 3,743,333 USD, we have an increase of 2,946,535 USD or 79 % above roots and tubers 2016-2017. Export to RDC was 74.27% composed
by Cassava at 44.60%; Irish potatoes 28.75%; Sweet potatoes 0.84% and other roots and tubers 0.87%. Uganda bought 23.23% dominated by Irish potatoes at 23.16%. Burundi bought 1.41% dominated by Irish potatoes.
A total of 1.07 % of High quality of cassava flour went to Italy

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If we compare July 2017-March 2018 fish revenues of 18,164,828 USD to that of 11,720,631 USD generated in 2016-2017 in the same period, we realize an increase of 6,444,197 USD equivalent to 54.98 %. About 99.91 % of fish went to DRC, 0.03 went to Burundi. The big quantities of fish
have their origin in Uganda and Tanzania and re-exported to DRC.



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Total revenue of Sugar July 2017-March 2018 was 3,839,381 USD, compared to that of the same period in 2016-2017 representing 1,259,772 USD, we have an increase of 2,579,609 USD or 205% above 2016-2017 sugar exported. More than 96.80 % of total sugar was exported to DRC while
2.18% was exported to Uganda and 1.02 % went to Burundi.
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Very proud to inaugurate my court in Goma at our new Kivu International School! It’s the first indoor court in the DRC. Thanks to @GiantsOfAfrica and @amadougallofall for coming and doing the first camp on the new court. #forthekids #childofafrica #DRCstrong 🇨🇩







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Le Premier Ministre Bruno TSHIBALA encourage la jeunesse du N-Kivu en lançant les travaux de modernisation du stade de l’UNITE. Des vestiaires au standard moderne pour permettre à l’AS NYUKI, champion du congo,de jouer ses matchs à Goma y compris la super coupe contre V Club



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#NorthKivu A #Fardc officer apprehended with a bag filled with #munitions at the barrier between the city of Sake and the Masisi territory. The intelligence service points out that the officer was not on his first voyage with this same bag! Via @charlyxons #RDC



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Assessing the Growth Potential of Eastern Congo’s Coffee and Cocoa Sectors



During the past decade, donors and companies have begun to build viable coffee and cocoa sectors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The locus of activity has been in eastern Congo, where decades of conflict and poor governance have displaced populations and ruined livelihoods. While the political and security environment in the DRC does not favor large-scale cash crop production, the climatic conditions do. Eastern Congo, particularly the provinces of North Kivu and South Kivu, produces excellent coffee and cocoa. Furthermore, eastern Congo has a successful history of large-scale coffee production, first under the Belgian colonists, then in the first decades of independence before the sector fell apart under President Mobuto Sese Seko.

The recent entry into eastern Congo of development dollars and private-sector partners, ranging from small traders to retail giants like Starbucks, has provided a foundation to expand the DRC’s agricultural export sector. These groups and individuals have taken a risk on a country that has largely been written off by an international community disillusioned by endemic crisis and corruption. Now it is up to the DRC to reward this show of faith by taking steps to attract a larger pool of investors focused on achieving both financial returns and positive social impact. The DRC can only do this by forging a vision for the cash crop sector, putting its own resources into its development, and taking actions to improve the business environment.

Any credible strategy for expanding the agricultural export economy in eastern Congo must be centered on sustainable growth that benefits smallholder farmers and their communities and helps cement peace in a volatile region. With future global supplies of coffee and cocoa threatened by farmer poverty, the impact of climate change, and corporate doubts about the sectors’ profitability, the DRC can create a market opportunity for itself, provided it shows vision and intelligence. If the DRC can learn from mistakes made by other producing nations, it has the potential to build a thriving cash crop sector that not only benefits the national economy but improves the lives of some of its most vulnerable citizens.

Realizing this vision, however, will not be easy. Daunting barriers stand in the way of a large, successful cash crop sector. Farmers are poor, lack support, and struggle to access finance. Their trees are old, badly maintained, and low-yielding. Companies worry about the expense and logistical challenges of getting produce out of the country, at volume. Insecurity and poor governance create a level of unpredictability that deters potential investors.

This report weighs up the size of these risks, compared with the opportunities on offer, and suggests some strategies for overcoming them. Material is drawn from expert interviews and a literature review of global best practices in the coffee and cocoa sectors. The evidence suggests that expectations for the DRC should be realistic. Eastern Congo is highly unlikely to become the next Colombia of coffee production or displace Côte d’Ivoire as the world’s leading source of cocoa. Nevertheless, there is potential to scale up coffee and cocoa production in the DRC in a sustainable way that improves the livelihoods of smallholder farmers. Success will depend on:
  • Effective partnerships between donors, private-sector actors all the way along the value chain, and the Congolese government, which must lay out a compelling strategy for expanding the agricultural export sector and rally support around it.
  • Sustained training of farmers and cooperatives that increases production of coffee and cocoa without compromising on quality.
  • Increasing the flow of capital into eastern Congo’s agricultural sector by deploying new, innovative financing mechanisms and technologies.
  • Finding new ways to market Congolese products that connect with consumers and shift a greater share of value chain profits toward smallholder farmers.

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The world’s least blessed cheesemakers are in Congo

How dairy farmers cope with chaos



EASTERN CONGO is best known for producing coltan, a mineral used in mobile phones, and refugees. But it also makes rather good cheese. At his dairy on the hillside of Masisi in North Kivu, Lambert Sinamenye churns out 12 rounds a day. After maturing for 21 days they taste like Gouda, only more salty, and are named “Goma”, after the provincial capital, 55km away.

The verdant hills of this region, dotted with Friesian cows and known as “Africa’s Switzerland”, are ideal for caseiculture. Some Belgian monks who arrived in the 1970s soon began crafting camembert.

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A vous tous boursiers du Gouv provincial qui prenez votre avion ce 26 sept 2018, bonne chance. Ramenez-nous l’expertise dont a besoin la RDC pour son émergence. À tout temps et à tout moment, vous bénéficierez toujours de mon attention. Vive la vision 20-20. Dieu vous garde.

Etant a BENI, jannonce que la recherche de la paix n'ebranlera pas ma volonté de soutenir l'education de la jeunesse évoluant au Nord Kivu. Ces 10 boursiers du Gouv provincial viennent de prendre leur avion vers les universités a découvrir dans cette image.Bonne chance à vous





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