According to the World Health Organization, “climate change is expected to cause approximately 250,000 additional deaths per year” between 2030 and 2050
Deforestation is disturbing the health of human being and fresh environment through climate imbalance, soil erosion, increasing global warming, floods, wildlife extinction. This destroys the habitat of many animals, leading to their death.
WSM projects a vast campaign on environment protection by encouraging communities to live in a way that doesn't hurt the environment;
By putting in place different micro-project Energy saving “ECOMBABULA“
Teach people in communities about the importance of the environment.
How they can help save rainforests.
The effects of deforestation on the ecosystem.
The loss of trees and other vegetation cause climate change, desertification, soil erosion, fewer crops, flooding, increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, and a host of problems for indigenous people.
For example, a ECOMBABULA is more economic than a traditional Mbabula as it uses much less coal to produce more quantity of fire and for more time.
TREE PROJECT PLANTING
A tree planting exercise is in plan by WSM where peasants, secondary and primary schools shall be involved. Other organizations like the Green Belt Movement will be contacted to liaise with us. This is to encourage environmental conservation.
Disaster emergency intervention
WSM has since been involved in the distribution of both Food and Non-Food relief supplies and provision, to the persons affected by conflicts such as fire and flood or by any other natural disaster. (PHA) emergency humanitarian assistance is often extended to families and communities affected by shock and disaster.
Mr Suleiman Shakombo (second left), the minister of State for National Heritage, receives maize flour to be distributed to famine stricken areas of Kenya during his tour of the NGO co-ordination board. Mr. Robert Nzapa, WSM Chairman shakes hands with him
We believe that every person who comes into this world has great potential
Our experience has shown that when we remove one barrier, other barriers are knocked down more easily. In other words, an action today has a ripple effect that leads to greater change over time. When you pave the way for a young girl to go to school, she will ensure that her children go too. When you help seed a woman’s crops, she’ll have food to support not only her family, but her whole community. When you start something good today, your actions are felt for generations to come.
WSM knows this because we’ve been working this way for sometimes now. Years after we’ve finished helping a community drilling a Borehole and a water reservoir, communities are accessing clean water. Years after we’ve helped a group of women launch a savings program, the group has continued to save, invest and earn.
THE AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
Aims to reduce rural poverty by improving and increasing agricultural production through a community-based approach in designing and implementing components which directly impact the lives of the poor in the participating provinces and districts.
SEWING WROKSHOP PROJECT
It helps women in society to improve their lifestyle and to discover their value. It provides knowledge and helps them to know the main causes which affects their social life.
SCHOOLS BUILDING PROJECT
The improvement and building of schools rehabilitate the schools supportive bonds among society to be self supportive and believe in their potentiality and development in their specific area.
HERE TO FIND US
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World Service of Mercy,
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
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