tv Eco Africa Deutsche Welle May 18, 2022 2:30pm-3:01pm CEST
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a big hello to all of you of us out there. i am sandra, twin odeo, and as always we have a lot of interesting reports lined up for you today. he is a quick look at what is in store why bicycle farming is good of all cities. how large stones help preserve the top soil and why high knows in namibia a want protecting. we do start the program right here in uganda, like many cities in africa, counselor is densely populated. and as people continue to move to the capital, a lot of families end up living in cramped conditions. now, one man who grew up in an informal statement himself is now helping others make the most of your limited space. i mean, even after 5 years on the job, paul moto never tires or producing his custom made
a wooden particle forms. so yvette co farm is basically if i'm in a box. so it basically make these trees and we stuck them together vertically or to korean. great enough planting space, and that is something that's disappearing in urban areas. over a quarter of uganda's population, around a 12000000 people live in cities. many of capital compilers residents are in informal settlements. montalvo has already delivered about 2000 of his box funds, mostly to poor aliens. the businessman knows from personal experience how precious space can be. people should be aware that there are other ways of going forward in the urban areas. they would go from for vote for the solution and want as more people as possible could be in with a 2 car newsletter go forms to grow foods in this mall. and a, you know,
limited available choice. but when i, when areas some vertical farmers leave in their blanket district on compilers, outskirts angela cosima has gone hobbs and vegetables behind her home for 2 years. nima scenario you, i girls, hillary because it is really good when i use it as a salad. it is also good for your held in that anger your will only you and what day she doesn't need to worry about buying for to laser, as she simply makes, compos from her neighbors vegetable scraps. and she can sell her supple us or for now will st. is the new me, they aren't some income to buy small items like soap. i can even save a bit of money. i sell to my neighbors line. i don't have to look for customers. they were soccer. we were castile, missouri sort of apple acilo, never customer. but they would, a products are expensive, or 5 tre system caused the equivalent of a 100 years,
which is unaffordable for many families. that's why poor motto has sought sponsors mostly international organizations who subsidized the course for poor residents in the young inter pin. you are has worn several awards for his fantasy called france, and he texts every opportunity to promote his innovative what onset. we have found that very many young people interested in farming. they want to learn and want to be engaged. so there isn't, are we are here is 21 communicate with the young people, but also interest them in the products or services that we offer. one of his customers is a large hotel in compello, vertical farms cover, fifteens clear meters of its buckhead, gardener. it charles a, cham bad. it grows. hubs and spices here such as korea under and rosemary as well as tomatoes and on parkland for leg or dow organic vegetables. ah, those who are just rural to look at this guy, do they have,
who are they in their aid case and they already have a program where they're training young people and empowering them to break this up on funding. they also come our people from outside to come on land about, ah, a bun fleming saw the already leading by example and out call upon other hotels tool to land from failure order pool. montalvo has high at 6 workers. when demand is high, he occasionally highs more. for the ambitious social inter printer is already planning his next project. he wants to build vertical farms for i refugee camp in uganda together with the help of an in g o. what a great way to supply cities with fresh produce farming is traditionally a rural occupation, but conditions in the countryside are changing, and many regions have been devastated by dropped that is unfortunately true. one
dramatic example of that can be seen into commer county in northern kenya, already one of the drivers regions on earth. dissertation has become particularly critical in recent years, making conflict of our resources, even worse. water is life. when the source in local turner milas village ran dry, she had no choice but to relocate. now she and her neighbors have re settled in katy lou. they rebuilt her hat near a well, but they need more than water to survive. along alumni river la la la la la, mad, everything is empty now. i've read, we have nothing to eat, it, it's empty. i knew yes. good. the last 5 days and i didn't have anything to ella. i did go gonna them sometimes i slept on an empty stomach island again. it was only this morning by the lord vision gave me pull and i don't wanna yard. oh,
even if it's a little coin there and i think i'm still happy. i can make something to eat, mary. i am glover neither of the little that a long time. now you know, no matter what, galloway. i believe you were young trout establish, stating that our colonel region of north eastern kenya. the latest you and report is alarming. former pastures have become arid, wastelands. rainfall has decreased by more than 2 thirds in the past 6 months. and with the temperatures hovering at around 40 degrees celsius, livestock farmers can only look on as the animals die. even camels, us are coming to this heat. or my my listen with a drought is kili not on m o. lee ponder 1st the goats. so how's i e and donkeys dining. got me now. it's if one carmel isn't way up. i would show more resilient
law rest care that it's will be the people here in tor connor who died next. that late phonetic was relieved from animal. read you some way to me when you are my dad . the camera brita has already lost 29 animals. financially. it's a disaster. camel's usually cost between $700.00 to $900.00 euros each. in kenya alone, some one and a half 1000000 animals died in the 2nd half of last year. the biggest problem is the water shortage 95 percent of open water sources interconnect will be a dry there is a normal migration patterns of owed to pastoralists school, additional writs a law cause. when buzzwords move, they move away with children. and that, that really affects the school attendance and the availability of milk
due to a drought and learn which actually causes monetary shall here on the border to south. so dung close to the ongoing conflict. many people have firearms in order to defend their watering holes and animals than others. even the youngest carry weapons, the battle for water is now an everyday reality. but what are yeah. 3 days ago, there were conflicts were there the communities while fighting over pastor along the sort. and as you can see, the area there's a drought on saw the how to crossover in such of pasa ford there and more saw that . ah, it comes along with our conflicts each and every time that this drought in this region, some n g o z, like world fishing, are active in the region, but they're not able to help everyone. the wolf's program says he needs more than
$40000000.00 in emergency aid, and that is just to help the hardest hit communities at the local turn. a marla in this group of women, i say, my nomadic, they've settled easily into the new home. a marla has gathered every one to talk about the upcoming work in the new fields with international funding. the n g o pen africa has drilled a well here and provided the woman with a plan of 5 hector's. each of them now has a piece of land where they can grow melons, vegetables, and mays. they had a lot, let me live at a good the when i the one i told everyone from work hard to greedy own food that the love for the own food security in the face of droughts by land of like we have
to walk, hide here. my god, i've been on the very hard now near lamb van traditional practices like leaving pastures and cultivated no longer work here. the drought means the swell remains infertile, even after a period of recovery. that's why fami projects like this as a best way to prepare for the consequences of the climate crisis. according to drought expert dennis on chang. that's one of the greatest initiatives in katina to kind of south you some evidence that agro petroleum can work. projects liked us inspire hope as the drug continues and international donor conference history, some $1400000000.00 to provide some relief to communities in kenya, somalia, and south sudan stain on the topic of foot
security on the report comes from an area of ivory coast also struggling with drought farmers there and now banding together to protect our fields from wind and unpredictable weather conditions. here is this weeks doing your bits. ah, ah, how can we protect fields that are exposed to both drought and heavy rain in northern ivory coast farmers used to simple methods the small stone walls, their building across their fields retain water, the walls, stay run parallel, but snake back and forth. they use a level not to check whether the ground is even but to find out which way the land is sloping. the stones are then laid said that they will catch the water run off.
ah sapp paramedic fetches zealous that allows us to fertilize the soil because the compost takes put his shot and the ditches. we have already dug up. you can fill up with water. c boucher promptly. ah, they have also planted trees to act as wind breaks. they are regularly pruned to keep them in check laser gone up like that, my dear to the trees we planted help to shield the soil from the wind. the small walls we're building there, distribute the run off. there's room there to silly lot so that the water doesn't away the soil and create deep channels, which would make the lands useless in the long run to cl along there. so, ah, the farmers are now feeling more connected to. they realize they can only protect their fields together. and how about you? if you are also doing your bid, tell us about it. visit our website,
or send us or tweet pastor doing your bit. we share your stories with her to a spanish island of the coast of morocco in 22 and one on extender. volcanic eruption on the camera, island of la palmer left entire villages buried beneath rivers of lava, destroying countless buildings from land and vineyards. in the process by locos i determined to find a way to live with the volcanoes legacy. i rebuild the accumulators, cleaning up efforts at the foot of the country, the ha in last montes are in full swing. tons of ashes need to be removed, shadow gone valleys and there are, there is a busy tube. it's a special clean up mission. but despite the hard work, she is relieved. her
a village. this is still there. boy, fairly similar, we were over the moon is not, we didn't think we come back. the iraq was so close just over there that are in thought firefighters. and many volunteers have helped her to free the house from the ashes. but there is no running water at the moment. m e m o was so you get the house what collapses collaborate? bundle contained by denise our bottle of lab because of all those ashes, there are a lot of pressure built out of emma shadow gonzales. and that are they and others here are optimistic that in a few weeks time life in last month's us, we'll be almost normal again. not far from last month, just the aftermath is pretty clear. what a gigantic mass of lava has buried almost everything, including the village of told. okay, where horsey garritano lived before and we got her leave for
a month with her on my house is literally a few kilometers on here under the lava in it. i cannot tell exactly we're anymore . i'm in february, this is this, this is just one big black desert thormayer leaves quite an impression and imprison the eruption of the comedy, the hub. okay, now has changed his life and that of thousands of palmetto was for ever the lava has been destroying buildings and livelihoods. life prefer the architect garritano once to rebuild all of it, just where it once was. but on top of the lava, the whole of told ok is cheer located, digitally evident, click for the same company, car. what we could prove to be complicated and difficult when we don't, marvin have an up to the map of the structure here and then swallowing at the moment. but yes, i will. we will have a new landscape here. see bar must be made effort of our own way will by saw him.
the lava is still hot, though it will take a long time for it to cool down. in the mean time, scientists on the island of tin, a reef, i running tests to see if the ashes of the volcano can be used to make them. and while the reconstruction, then given the yaki is sadie, or as i understand, the ashes are very clean. are like what would be perfect for construction. ok locally. that would give houses and buildings on local touch tune. really garza hawaii the fees show him the n. sadala. near the middle. the architect has a vision. he wants to fully rebuild, told ok to live a life right next to the larva. is she an equal? so everything that will be built on the lava, he should be sustainable. antique a logical it, but it broke it down. mean, boy, that i also think from boston there, kimberly protected natural area for the loveland. but for the, the location like or larva horsey garritano once to give back to the inhabitants of,
to locate and other villages in the south west of lap alma, what the volcano has taken from them, their homes and part of their identity. of all the animals in the animal kingdom. hyenas are probably among those of the biggest in big problem proceed. does mean all gillian roofless, i know the actually intelligent creatures who form clowns with complexes you hierarchies and a vet is not all white. it is true that they are predictors. they're also savages who play an important role in most african ecosystems. the skeleton coast in northwestern namibia is home to brown hyenas, also known as strand wolves. why knows, are very important in the ecosystem, and i've got a very important role to play, but like with jade as the bad guys. and that's what people think about i enough in
general to if we're giving a roach did owens a cargo van, we can do nothing about it. but even if almost come of lindsey we are killing though we are being reno owens an assembly up in the field. listen, we are now living in a nature reserve among signed wild animals, and we can earn as much with them now as we do with goats and sheep. so i no longer shoot them immediately. the hyenas are perfectly adapted to the extreme desert conditions, an icy cold ben gala ocean current biologist mc favey has been studying the animals here for 7 years, and it's still fascinated by them. she's a science coordinator for a tourism company that supports conservation projects in the region.
i put a lot of respect why nash was to survive as a large scavenger in the days it it's, it's no mean feat m and it was every social. when the out they, they sonnet g. so you just see the single are you not out there, but when they back at the day when they are and cups at the dean, this a lot of social going on these a lot of time spent with cups playing with cups grooming the cuffs fairway discovered a network of dens off the coast where packs of strand wolves gathered to socialize and share their catch. they carry carcasses dozens of kilometers through the desert to fi to their comes in the dens, own scavenger animals like these prevent diseases from spreading, making them important for livestock farming. but their reputation as predators means they're mercilessly hunted. oh oh be. but we could have poison food, lions,
full liquor to cheat us. and in the hyenas would be by catch of that. just people are afraid of i and i said people don't appreciate the value of brown. i know us and they skate of 9. i. so people would, would throw stones at them, they would, j, seamless goss, 7 years of drought have ravaged the region. the animals here have to travel ever greater distances in search of food. this means they cross paths with farmers like a manual glory rob, who are now losing more and more livestock to predators. if the dental plays in, i'm in your quote, the ear canal to reach it last week went to lions to seek physics goals. 8 and she deal going to farmer in i looked it up as
a result of the lion attack guru rob. last half of his heard a sizable financial loss for the farmer. the government compensates farmers after such incidents. but at a rate around half of market value went toward bull the wild animals from the desert. the lions, the elephants causes a lot of problems into gear grease. it are quits, are one t, it's getting well, we don't gain anything from having wild animals here. well they bring us nothing. no more horde mark ah t we into a hole in our livestock, our, our income. how we earn our living, the whole drug at our ho near his stall gory, rob has discovered fresh hyena tracks, m o. brown. hyenas don't hunt goats, but the tracks could have been made by spotted hyenas through a more aggressive species. lou liquid come gun. what if, if the government doesn't take care of the hyenas again,
we have no choice or google play the dumb, cuz i mean, we have to shoot them. that's the plan on the mazda. ah, when he was a cattle, her phineas casa owner, also killed hyenas in lions. today, he protects them. he's a ranger, a member of the unable community reserve. since the ninety's farmers like casa ana, have joined neighbors to create their own nature reserves, which now cover about one 5th of namibia land mass. last night, elephants rated neighbors vegetable patch. so for the next few nights casa, ona will stand guard. despite the problems they cause the farmers still want to protect the animals on your boat. like oh, you know that and things have changed. book under the now my younger he react to back in the day. if a hyena took one of your animals out, you hunted it down and killed it on. been going yet, bowman
b o the. today we live in a new world. i'm with laws that protect wild animals and we're going to how can we do it? we're more with envy and if we take care of them, we can even live from them. so we should try to live together, work in the bible. that to hoop it, but we do better then we come back to local you. when ohio farmers have agreed on limiting livestock so that both wild and farm animals can coexist. since animal populations increased attacks by wild predators have gone down, one ton of ebb earns its income from tourism and was able to install electricity and water connections and rebuild a preschool. lou, back on the skeleton coast arranger informs fair bay that an elephant cap is missing. the biologist fears the worst, she finds the cap half way to a watering hole due to the ongoing drought. the mother couldn't lactate.
there is no hope for the young elephant. long periods of drought have made the fight for survival, even harder. hearing hyenas and other animals much searched for new living environments. but with the help of researchers like mc fair bay and community based conservation efforts, there still a chance in namibia for people and animals to re adapt and for july out of the desert. i. oh. and we can only hope this succeed. we've come to the end of this week's program . thanks for watching. i will look forward to seeing you all the game next week for now is good bye from lagos, nigeria. and it is also time for me to sign from uganda. but don't forget to share your thoughts and ideas with us at all on social media platforms. we love to hear from you until next time it is in bye bye and did take care. ah,
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