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GOLD STANDARD LOCAL STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION REPORT

mardi 1er septembre 2015, par Amadou Rouma BARRY

GOLD STANDARD LOCAL STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION REPORT
CONTENTS
A. Project Description
1. Project eligibility under Gold Standard
2. Current project status
B. Design of Stakeholder Consultation Process
1. Description of physical meeting(s)
i. Agenda
ii. Non-technical summary
iii. Invitation tracking table
iv. Text of individual invitations
v. Text of public invitations
2. Description of other consultation methods used
C. Consultation Process
1. Participants’ in physical meeting(s)
i. List
ii. Evaluation forms
2. Pictures from physical meeting(s)
3. Outcome of consultation process
i. Minutes of physical meeting(s)
ii. Minutes of other consultations
iii. Assessment of all comments
iv. Revisit sustainable development assessment
v. Summary of changes to project design based on comments
D. Sustainable Development Assessment
1. Own sustainable development assessment
i. ‘Do no harm’ assessment
ii. Sustainable development matrix
2. Stakeholders blind sustainable development matrix
3. Consolidated sustainable development matrix
E. Discussion on Sustainability Monitoring Plan
F. Description of Stakeholder Feedback Round
Annex 1. Original participants list
Annex 2. Original feedback forms
Annex 3. Original non-technical summary
SECTION A. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
A. 1. Project eligibility under the Gold Standard
The efficient cook stove project in Guinea falls under the “End-use Energy Efficiency Improvement”
category as mentioned in the GS Toolkit Annexes.
The project will generate an annual average GHG emissions reduction volume around 8000 teqCO2.
According to the Gold Standard classification, the Project is qualified as a “small scale project”.
A. 2. Current project status
General description of the project :
The purpose of the project is to improve conditions of Guinean households in Kindia area (Republic
of Guinea) and fight against global warming and deforestation by promoting the use of an efficient
cook stove (vernacular name : « kolpot fötönkanté »). These efficient cook stoves are used in
substitution of the traditional “3 stones” hearths.
The beneficiaries of the project save money from the purchase of traditional fuel (firewood).
Moreover, they save considerable time from the collection of firewood. The sanitary conditions of the
women and children are also greatly improved due to less smoke regards to optimized combustion.
Indeed, the project avoids most of the smoke emissions resulting from firewood combustion, which
are proven to cause numerous diseases.
On the environmental aspect, the project helps to reduce the consumption of firewood ; therefore it
relieves some of the pressure on the forest resources and can indirectly avoid deforestation and
some of its consequences.
The project is promoted by a Franco-Guinean NGOs consortium constituted by “Bolivia Inti Sud
Soleil” (BISS) and “Coopération Atlantique Guinée44” (CAG44), who work together with the local
partner : “Association pour la Promotion Economique de Kindia – Agriculture” (APEK).
The project takes place in the entire Kindia region, both in rural and urban areas.
The cook stoves are made entirely locally with 20 identified blacksmiths members of a local
organization (“Fédération Professionnelle des Artisans de Kindia”, FPAKI) partner of the project.
The devices are then promoted by APEK women facilitators, and finally sold by women
“ambassadors”.
The facilitators make public demonstrations in rural village and urban district, showing in practical
terms the efficiency of the cook stove. These public events are also the occasion to increase public
awareness on deforestation.
As for the “ambassadors”, they are women members of rural unions trained by the project on the use
of the cook stove and who were made aware of the importance of forest management. In their zones,
they explain how the cook stove works and how to use it, and then receive the equivalent of 10% of
the cook stove price for each one they sell.
Implementation of the project :
In February 2010 took place the official launch of the project, which consisted in a ceremony of
presentation of a prototype. The 20 first cook stoves were sold and distributed in June and July 2010
in rural and urban areas of Kindia.
After a long period of running in, the production chain is now operating at the rhythm of approximately
250 cook stoves per month, while the sales approach the number of 200 per month.
The “kolpot fotonkante” is getting known thanks to the rural radio spots and to its efficiency, to such
an extent that there is a strong demand even outside the project boundaries (in Conakry for
example).
SECTION B. DESIGN OF STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION PROCESS
B. 1. Design of physical meeting(s)
i. Agenda
French (official language) and Susu (local language of Lower Guinea) were used all along the
meeting for a better understanding.
· 9h Welcome of the participants / signature of the participant list sheet.
· 10h Presentation of the agenda of day by the facilitator
· 10h30 Opening speech from the Mayor of Kindia city and from of the Prefect of Kindia.
· 11h Presentation and explanation
- of the improved cook stove (working, pros and contra) by the three promoters
- of the project (origin, objectives, activities, steps) by the project officer
· 12h Questions of the assembly and clarification about the project by the facilitator and the
initiators of the project
· 13h Lunch and economic wood stove “ kolpot fötönkanté “ outside exhibition.
· 15h Sustainable development and monitoring consultation
- Sustainable development blind assessment
- Estimation of the environmental, economic and social impacts
- Filling in of the three followings documents : GoldStandard impact check list,
sustainable development matrix and evaluation forms.
- Discussion about the monitoring of Sustainable Development.
- Closing speech
· 17h End of the participative meeting and family pictures
ii.Non-technical summary
NON TECHNICAL SUMMARY OF ECONOMIC COOK STOVES PROJECT IN GUINEA
(A Susu and a French version of this summary can be found in Annex 3)
1. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
1.1 The project objectives
The economic wood cook stove project aims to spread 2500 wood cook stoves to the Kindia’s
Prefecture population. He tries to reduce the Greenhouse gas emissions responsible for the global
warming. The project gives an alternative to the “3 stones” commonly used by women to prepare the
meal. We notice that this “3 stones” emits a lot of Greenhouse gases. Actually they don’t have an
high energetic efficiency and consequently they consume a lot of wood pointlessly. And more, the
smokes brought out of the “3 stones” entrain grave respiratory diseases for women and children.
1.2The project strategy
The pilot project is supervised by a consortium composed of Guinea 44, Bolivia Inti Sud Soleil and
APEK Agriculture, they are in charge of the technical expertise, of the activities coordination
connected to the project and of the their good appointment.
The project wants to create an economic network of wood cook stove. It will be a question of forming
30 smiths to the cook stove technology and to organize the supply of raw materials and the
fabrication.
Recently the project has recruited 3 trainees who will train seventy “ambassadors” members of
women’s unions in the marketing and in the recycling of cook stove. They will also be in charge of
involving and make sensitive the population and their representatives in the environmental and
sanitary stakes.
Finally, in a perspective of continuity and follow-up of the project, enquires and tests of grounds will
be set up during all the duration of the project to verify the effective reduction in greenhouse gases.
2. THE INITIATORS OF THE PROJECT
Organisation Guinea Bolivia Inti Sud soleil APEK Agriculture
Address
S/C amb.de France BP
570 Conakry
18 rue Gaëtan Rondeau 44200
Nantes
BP 71 Kindia
Country Guinea France Guinea
Name Kollet KEITA Patrick FOURRIER
Ismael Babbady
CAMARA
Position Project operator Head manager Project referent
Phone 63370790 /60370790 + 00332 51860404 30610320/60291001
Email kollet.keita@guinee44.fr patrick.fourrier@sud-soleil.org cmaelfr@yahoo.fr
3. THE GEOGRAPHIC CONTEST
The project will take place in the region of Kindia in Guinea and will cover more particularly the
Prefecture of Kindia which includes 10 Local authorities : Bangouya, Damakanya, Friguiagbé, Molota,
Kolenté, Mambia, Madina Oula, Salaya, Souguéta and the Urban District of Kindia.
4. THE PROJECT LENGTH
The pilot project will be spread out over 2 years (2010-2011). The official launch took place the 17° of
February 2010 in Koliady in Kindia with UE delegation and if this first distribution is decisive, we hope
to continue beyond this period.
5. DESCRIPTION OF THE DEVICE
The economic wood cook stove is a portable cook stove in metallic sheet entirely made in the
Kindia’s Prefecture by local’s smiths. Its structure guarantees the air preheating, a complete
combustion without smoke and reduced issues of ash. We consider that he could reduce at least of
50% the wooden consumption of a family and so reduce the production of carbon dioxide emission
responsible of Global warming.
For more information on the project, contact the persons in charge of the project in Kindia, Mister
Kollet KEITA at 63370790 and Mister Ismael Babady CAMARA at 60291001.
Comparative test drive by women themselves in Koliady district (Kindia).
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iii. Invitation tracking table

Cat.
code
Organization Function Name of invitee
Way of
invitation
1
Date of
invitation
Confirmation
received ?
1 A Benna Rural Association President Mrs. Fatou SYLLA hh 26/04/2010 Y
2 A Kolenté Rural Association President Mrs. Kadiatou CAMARA hh 26/04/2010 Y
3 A Gomba Rural Association President Mrs. Mariama Yello KEITA hh 26/04/2010 Y
4 A Bangouya Rural Association President Mrs. Bountou SYLLA hh 26/04/2010 Y
5 A
Bas-Molota Rural
Association
President Mr. Anssoumane SYLLA hh 27/04/2010 Y
6 A
Madina Oula Rural
Association
Vice-President
Mrs. Binti Yali
BANGOURA
hh 27/04/2010 Y
7 A Solima Rural Association President Mr. Souleymane SYLLA hh 27/04/2010 Y
8 A Samaya Rural Association
Responsible for
commercialization
Mr. Naby SOUMAN hh 30/04/2010 N
9 A
Friguiagbé Rural
Development Community
President
Mr. Fodé Nicole
SOUMAH
L + hh 26/04/2010 Y
1
0
A
Samaya Rural Development
Community
General Secretary
Mr. Pé Edouard
KOLOMOU
L + hh 26/04/2010 Y (WFC)
1
1
A
Molota Rural Development
Community
President Mr. Moussa CAMARA L + hh 26/04/2010 Y (WFC)
1
2
A
Mambia Rural Development
Community
Vice-President Mr. Saïdouba CISSÉ L + hh 26/04/2010 Y (WFC)
1
3
A
Kindia City Hall (CUK) - Rural
Development Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Mamadou YATTARA L + hh 26/04/2010 Y
1
4
A Blacksmiths Association President Mr. Amadou Bailo BAH hh 26/04/2010 Y
1
5
A
Kindia Market Gardeners
Union (UGM)
President Mr. Morlaye SYLLA hh 26/04/2010 Y
1
6
A
Kindia Food Producers
Union (UGV)
President Mr. Younoussa CAMARA hh 26/04/2010 Y
1
7
A Friguiagbe Planters Union President Mrs. Aicha DRAMÉ hh 26/04/2010 Y
1
8
B
Mambia Subprefecture -
Rural Development
Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Alassane YATARA L + hh 26/04/2010 WFC
1
9
B
Kolenté Subprefecture -
Rural Development
Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Charles HABA L + hh 26/04/2010 WFC
2
0
B Damakanya Subprefecture
Chef cantonnemt
forestier
Mr. Macky THIOYE L + hh 26/04/2010 Y
2
1
B
Souguéta Subprefecture -
Rural Development
Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Sory DIANÉ L + hh 27/04/2010 Y
2
2
B
Bangouya Subprefecture -
Rural Development
Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Idrissa DIALLO L + hh 23/04/2010 Y
2 B Madina-Oula Subprefecture Subprefect Mr. Mamadi MARA L + hh 26/04/2010 WFC
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3
2
4
B Kindia City Hall (CUK) First Vice-Mayor Mr. El Yaya KEITA L + hh 26/04/2010 Y
2
5
B Kindia City Hall (CUK) Forest Agent Mr. Kaba OULARÉ L + hh 27/04/2010 WFC
2
6
B
Kindia Prefecture - Plan and
Statistics Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Mamadou Samba
BAH
hh 26/04/2010 Y
2
7
B
Kindia Prefecture -
Collectivities Organization
Department (COC)
Head of
Department
Mr. Missira TOURE hh 26/04/2010 Y
2
8
B
Kindia Prefecture - Micro-
Realizations Department
Head of
Department
Assistant
Mrs. Maïmouna SANOH hh 26/04/2010 Y
2
9
B
Kindia Prefecture -
Education Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Seydouba CAMARA hh 26/04/2010 Y
3
0
B
Kindia Prefecture – Women
Empowerment and
Childhood Department
Head of
Department
Assistant
Mrs. Hadia Maciré
BANGOURA
hh 26/04/2010 Y
3
1
B
Kindia Prefecture - Youth
and Sport Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Mohamed Kassi
CAMARA
hh 26/04/2010 Y
3
2
B
Kindia Prefecture -
Environment and Rural
Development Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Moussa CAMARA hh 27/04/2010 Y
3
3
B
Kindia Prefecture -
Environment Section
Head of Section Mr. Famoro CONDE hh 27/04/2010 Y
3
4
B
Kindia Prefecture - Health
Department
Head of
Department
Dr Abdoulaye BARRY hh 26/04/2010 Y
3
5
B
Proximity Information
Center (CIP)
Coordinator Mr. Charles O. L + hh 27/04/2010 Y
3
6
B Kindia Bauxite Company
Director
Mr. Algassimou DIALLO L + hh 23/04/2010 AC
3
7
B
Guinean Youth Associations
Coordination-Kindia (CAJEG)
Financial Secretary Mr. Soudou TRAORÉ hh 26/04/2010 Y
3
8
B
Kindia Professional Training
Center (CFP)
Director
Mr. Mamadou Saliou
BALDÉ
hh 26/04/2010 Y
3
9
B Kindia Carrier Union (UTK) President
Mr. Mamadou Yalentino
CAMARA
hh 26/04/2010 Y
4
0
B
Association for the Guinean
Youth Welfare-Kindia
(AGUIBEJ)
President Mrs. Hawaou BAH hh 26/04/2010 Y
4
1
B
Foulaya Agronomic
Research Center (CRAF)
Director Mr. Moustapha DONZO L + hh 26/04/2010 Y (WFC)
4
2
B
Union of Wood and
Charcoal Producers
Representative Mr. Demba CISSÉ L 28/04/2010 Y
4
3
B
Union of Wood and
Charcoal Traders
Representative Mrs. Bambé SOUMAH hh 27/04/2010 Y
4
4
B Union of Breeders President Mr. Tahirou TOURÉ hh 27/04/2010 Y
4 B Union of Craftsmen Head of Kindia Mrs. Mariétou BALDÉ hh 29/04/2010 Y
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5 Branch
4
6
B Union of Farmers
Head of Kindia
Branch
Mr. Morlaye SYLLA hh 03/05/2010 Y
4
7
B Planters Cooperative President Mr. SOUMA L 03/05/2010 ?
4
8
B
Kindia Craftsmen
Prefectural Federation
(FPAKI)
President Mr. Fodé Moussa SYLLA hh 26/04/2010 Y
4
9
B
Communal Forestry
Commission
Head of Section Mr. Séidouba SYLLA hh 26/04/2010 Y
5
0
B
NGOs and Cooperatives
Coordination Regional
Department (SERACCO)
Head of
Department
Assistant
Mr. Abdoulaye SYLLA hh 27/04/2010 Y
5
1
B
Regional Department for
Agriculture (DRA)
Regional Inspector Mr. Younoussa CAMARA hh 27/04/2010 Y
5
2
B
Lower Guinea Governor -
Rural Management
Technical Department
(BTGR)
Head of Rural Trails
Department
Mr. Abdoulaye CONTÉ hh 27/04/2010 Y
5
3
B
Guinean Television and
Radio-Kindia (RTG)
Cameraman Mr. Fana CAMARA L + hh 27/04/2010 Y
5
4
B Guinean Press Agency
Local
Correspondent
Mr. Ousmane TOURÉ hh 26/04/2010 Y
5
5
B Rural Radio Head of Programs Mr. Aboubacar SYLLA hh 26/04/2010 Y
5
6
B
Guinean Water Society
(SEG)
Representative Mr. Amara CAMARA hh 26/04/2010 Y
5
7
B
Wood Guinean Office
(OGUIB)
Director Mr. Sidiki CONDÉ L 29/04/2010 Y
5
8
B
National Forestry
Commission
Head of Town and
Country Planning
Division
Mr. Alkaly BANGOURA L + hh 23/04/2010 Y
5
9
B
National Forestry
Commission
Head of Rural
Forestry Division
Mr. Djiramba DIAWARA L + hh 23/04/2010 Y
6
0
B
Ministry of Decentralization
– Local Development
Department
Head of
Department
Mr. Fadama Itala
KOUROUMA
L + hh 23/04/2010 Y
6
1
C
Ministry of Environment
and Sustainable
Development
Designated National
Authority
Coordinator
Mr. Mamadou Saliou
DIALLO
L + hh 23/04/2010 Y
6
2
C
Ministry of Environment
and Sustainable
Development
Head of “Climate
Change”
Department
Mr. Ahmed Faya TRAORÉ L + hh 23/04/2010 Y
6
3
D
National Program for
Struggle Against
Desertification (PANLCD)
Representative Mr. Younoussa BALDÉ L 26/042010 WFC
6
4
D
National Program for
Supporting Fuelwood
Economy (PANEB)
Coordinator Mr. Yombouno N’FALY L 26/042010 WFC
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6
5
D
North-Lower Guinea
Development Program
(PADER/BGN)
Coordinator
Mr. Mamadou Alpha
KEITA
L 26/042010 WFC
6
6
D
Lower Guinea Peasant
Organizations Federation
(FOPBG)
President
Mrs. Mariama Siré
CAMARA
L 24/04/2010 Y
6
7
D
Kindia Economic Promotion
Association - Agriculture
(APEK)
President Mr. Morlaye SOUMA hh 24/04/2010 Y
6
8
D
Coopération Atlantique -
Guinée 44
Coordinator Mr. Grégoire GAILLY hh 24/04/2010 Y
6
9
D
Guinean Network for
Animal Drawning and
Integrated Development
(RGTADI)
Coordinator Mr. Aboubacar CAMARA hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
0
D
Farmers Networks Support
Structure (SARA)
Coordinator Mr. Seydouba SYLLA hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
1
D
Guinean Association for
Private Enterprise
(AGUIDEP)
Director Mr. Abdoullaye SOUMA hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
2
D “Munanfanyi” Federation Coordinator Mrs. Adama SYLLA hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
3
D Guinean Rural Bank - Kindia Head of Branch Mr. Ousmane DIANÉ hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
4
D “Kaniya Nema” Association Director Mrs. Habiba DIALLO hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
5
D
Association for Agropastoral
Development in Kindia
(ADAKI)
President Mr. M’Balou FOFANA hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
6
D
Formation Center for
Community Development
(CAFODEC)
Coordinator Mr. Abdoul Gadril DIALLO hh 26/042010 Y
7
7
D
Design Office in
Environment (BercaBara)
Director Mr. Elhadj BALDÉ L 26/042010 WFC
7
8
D Belgian NGO TRIAS Coordinator Mr. Bert hh 24/04/2010 Y
7
9
D Childfund Coordinator Mr. Akoï GUILAVOGUI hh 24/04/2010 Y
8
0
D
USAID / US Forest –
STEWARD Program
Representative
Mr. Martin Luther
KOUROUMA
hh 24/04/2010 Y
8
1
D DVV International Representative Mr. Chérif SOUARÉ L 26/042010 WFC
8
2
E GoldStandard Foundation
Africa and Middle
East Regional
Manager
Mrs. Sabet NAHLA Email 26/042010 WFC
8
3
E GoldStandard Foundation
Africa and Middle
East Regional
Manager Assistant
Mrs. Rabie HEBA Email 26/042010 WFC
8 F Greenpeace Representative Email 26/042010 WFC
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4
8
5
F REEEP Representative Email 26/042010 WFC
8
6
F Helio International Representative Email 26/042010 WFC
1 hh : « hand to hand » (invitation directly transmitted to the person)
L : “letter” (invitation transmitted to the person by an intermediary)
2 Y : Yes ; N : No ; WFC : “waiting for confirmation”
The reasons why so many people were invited are multiples : public consultations are very common in
the project region. It is a standard practice to invite a wide range of field agents and organizations to
promote the project. Due to local culture, it is also very important to make sure that all potential
stakeholders are invited to prevent from any “diplomatic incident”. It is also the occasion to make
people aware of the importance of sustainable management of the forests.
The project area includes numerous rural zones where Internet and postal means are unavailable
and mobile phone network almost inexistent. To reach stakeholders evolving in these isolated zones,
the “hand to hand” invitation method was used.
Invitations were sent to international NGOs, as detailed in the invitation tracking table. However, few
answers were received. Despite many attempts to join them, only few NGOs members attended the
meeting.
iv. Text of individual invitations
INVITATION TO THE FIRST PARTICIPATIVE MEETING ABOUT THE PROJECT OF
ECONOMIC WOOD COOKSTOVES IN GUINEA
Kindia Guinea, 26 April 2010
Dear Madam, Sir,
The NGOs Guinée 44, Bolivia Inti Sud Soleil and APEK-Agriculture recently combined
their skills in an innovative project aiming to diffuse 2,500 economic wood cookstoves in
Kindia Prefecture.
We are pleased to invite you to a first Local Stakeholder Consultation meeting about this
improved cook stove project. This meeting is organized jointly by NGOs Guinée 44,
Bolivia Inti Sud Soleil and APEK-Agriculture. It will be held on 10th May 2010 in Ecole
Normale des Instituteurs (ENI) in Kindia in Guinea.
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The aim of this meeting is to discuss the project design and to consult you on social and
environmental impacts that the project could bring about. The success of this meeting
depends mostly on the quality of participation, the dynamics of the debates and also the
diversity of the participants. That is the reason ; we would be pleased and honoured if you
would attend the meeting. The table, below, summarizes the proposed schedule of the
day :
Agenda of the participative meeting
Timing Activities
8h00 – 9h30 Welcome of the participants / signature of the participant list sheet.
9h30 – 9h45 Presentation of the agenda of day by the facilitator
9h45 – 9h50 9h50 Opening speech from the Mayor of Kindia city.
9h50 – 10h00 Opening speech from of the Prefect of Kindia.
10h00 – 10h30 Explanation of the improved cook stove project by the project officer
and the three promoters
10h30 – 11h00 Questions for clarification about project explanation
11h00 – 11h20 Coffee break and presentation of improved cook stoves in action
indoor
11h20 – 13h00 Sustainable development and monitoring consultation
13h00 – 13h30 Filling in of the evaluation forms
13h30 – 13h40 Closing speech
13h40 – 13h45 Family picture
13h45 – 14h15 Catering from improved cook stoves
14h15 – 14h30 End of the participative meeting
Please find attached our Non Technical Summary and the list of the guest.
For more information, please contact Mariama CONDE, the person in charge of the
certification on the project at mariamaconde@gmail.com or by skype at mariiamaa.
I will contact you in a week or so to follow up on this.
Accept, Madam, Sir, the assurances of our highest consideration.
Yours sincerely,
Mariama CONDE
v.Text of public invitations
MESSAGE FOR THE RURAL RADIO (Basse Guinée-Kindia Station)
(in Susu and French)
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INVITATION TO THE FIRST PARTICIPATIVE MEETING ABOUT THE ECONOMIC
WOOD COOKSTOVES IN GUINEA
Within the consortium, CA-GUINEE44 collaborating with BOLIVIA INTI SUD SOLEIL (France) and
APEK-Agriculture (Guinea) submitted the project of diffusion of spreading 2500 economic wood cook
stoves in Kindia Prefecture.
Before spreading these cook stoves we would like to consult you about the economic social and
environmental impacts that could generate such a project.
That is why the actors of this project organize a first consultative meeting that will be held on 10th
May 2010 in Ecole Normale des Instituteurs (ENI) in Kindia from 8am.
The population of Kindia Prefecture are invited to the meeting, especially two representatives of the
local institutions and organizations listed below :
- Local authorities of Kindia (urban commune and Bangouya, Damakanya, Friguiagbé,
Kolenté, Mambia, Madina-Oula, Molota, Samaya, Souguéta).
- The productors unions of Kindia Prefecture : Union of Kindia market gardeners groups
(UGMK), Union of Kindia food-producing groups (UGVK), Union of Samay producing groups
(UGPS), Bas-Molota Union of (UBM), Union of Friguiagbé plantation owners (UPF), Madina-
Oula Union (UMO), Solima Union, Kolenté Union, Benna Union, Bangouya Union, Gomba
Union, Organisation d’autopromotion (OAP) des Forgerons
One representative of :
- Decentralized technical department
- Organizations of Kindia civil society
- National and international NGOs
- Development projects and programs
- Kindia citizens
The organizers will pay the transport fees of representatives who got an invitation card.
The organizers will be happy to welcome you and hope you will be free to participate.
Kindia, May 2010 the 7th
The organizers
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B. 2. Description of other consultation methods used
Due to a lack of electronic mail service and postal service, invitations to LSC meeting were very
difficult to deliver. Local populations who live far away from Kindia had also difficulties to reach the
meeting (May 10th 2010) because of transportation issues.
That is why public demonstrations were lead directly in rural areas during four days (from April, 15th
to the 19th, 2010) before the consultation took place.
The comments gathered during the 4 days demonstration were quite similar to comments of LCS
participants.
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SECTION C. CONSULTATION PROCESS
C. 1. Participants’ in physical meeting(s)
i. List of participants
The original signed participants list (in French) can be found in Annex 1.
Participants list
Date and time : Monday 10 may 2010
Location : Ecole Nationale des Instituteurs (ENI) à Kindia (Guinée)
Cat.
Code
Name of participant, job/
position in the community
F M Fonction Organisation (if relevant) Contact details
B BAH Mamadou Samba x Directeur préfectoral Plan Préfecture Kindia 62 23 83 62
B BANGOURA Amara x Conservateur RN et Faune Préfecture Forecaria 62 40 57 67
B BANGOURA Aboubacar x DPJS Préfecture Kindia 64 65 67 93
B KOLOMOU Pé Edouar x Chef Service DR Préfecture Kindia 63 11 60 69
B SOUARE Mohamed x Chef section E. Préfecture Kindia 60 33 75 74
B BANGOURA Alkali x Chef D.A.F. Dir Nat Eaux Forêts (DNEF) Conakry 68 28 36 06
B LAMAU Marie x Stagiaire à l’APEK APEK Conakry 65 99 70 87
A CAMARA Fatou x Suivi de l’Union Union Solima Kindia 66 30 19 84
A CAMARA Mariana Ciré x Secrétaire de l’Union Union Solima Kindia 66 30 19 84
A CAMARA Tata x Membre de l’Union Union Solima Kindia 66 30 19 84
B DIAKITE Bouboucar x DGA –Recherche CUK CUK Kindia 60 59 39 95
B SOUMAH Salifou x VDP/RS/CUK CUK Kindia 63 94 45 37
A BALDE Mamadou Saïdou x S Communautaire Mambia CRD Mambia Kindia 67 30 76 28
A CAMARA Soriba x Trésorier UGMK Union UGMK Kindia 63 11 72 94
B GOÏVOGUI Charles x CSDR Kolente Ministère Agriculture Kindia 64 09 73 42
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B CAMARA Mamadou wara x SPA Madina Oula MATAP Kindia 60 13 31 47
B BARRY Bayero Babacar x AF Sougueta Ministère Environnement Kindia 67 39 19 13
B DOUKOURE MahomeLaminé x Ct. de Charbon GP de charbon Kindia 64 07 08 46
B THIOYE Macky x CCForestier Damakania B. Forestier Kindia 60 85 65 99
A SOUMAH Mariana Ciré x Membre du groupement CPP Fruigiagbé Kindia 64 41 07 79
B MAME-HABAA Nyankoye x COC MATAP Kindia 64 44 44 30
B BANGOURA Waya Abou x CPA Ministère Agric. Kindia 67 16 83 65
B BALDE Mamadou Saliou x DrCtre Format. profession METFP Kindia 60 57 15 78
B SYLLA Mariama Ciré x Promotion féminine Ministère Affaires Sociales Kindia 60 35 43 07
A BAGOURA Fatoumata x Secrétaire de l’Union Union Samaya Kindia 62 85 41 48
A SYLLA Fatou x Présidente Union Bena Union Bena Forécaria
B KEITA Djèné Gakary x C/SPA Ministère Agriculture Kindia 67 32 94 65
B TOURE L’Bemba x I.R.E Ministère Environnement Kindia 65 33 73 76
A CAMARA Younoussa x Prsd l’Un GrpVivr Kindia UGVK Kindia
B N’DIAYE Madina x Chercheur à Foulayah Ministère Agriculture Kindia 62 43 56 70
B El Hadj DIAWARA Mamadou x CSENF DPE Kindia 60 29 40 49
B YATTARA Mamadou x CSDR Ministère Agriculture Kindia 60 52 01 77
A SYLLA Salifou x Membre UGVK UGVK Kindia 63 94 38 50
A CAMARA Kadiatou x Prsdte Union Kolenta UGFK Kindia 66 70 76 58
A CAMARA M’Balia x Membre Union Kolenta UGFK Kindia 66 70 76 58
B BALDE Souleymane x Presse Universitaire Foulaya Kindia 63 96 28 87
B BIAWARA Kabinè x DMR SPD Kindia 65 61 13 17
B SOUMAH Malik x Président APEK-Agriculture APEK-Agricult Kindia 60 55 95 38
B CAMARA Moussa x DPDRE – Kindia Ministère Agriculture Kindia 60 57 08 19
B SOUMAH Almanay Seny x DRA – Kindia Ministère Agriculture Kindia 60 26 17 94
B FOURRIER Patrick x Chef de projet CBE Bolivia Inti Sud Soleil France 02 51 86 04 04
B BAH Boubacar Mariama x Stagiaire CIP CIP Kindia 60 44 27 59
A SOUMAH Mabinty x Membre Union Gomba Union Gomba Kindia 64 71 63 84
A KEITA Mariama Yello x Prsdte Union Gomba Union Gomba Kindia 64 71 63 84
B KAMMERER François x Membre du projet CBE Guinée44 Kindia
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A BANGOURA Mabinty Yali x P. de groupement M.O U.G.P.M.O Kindia 60 76 71 96
B CISSE Demba x Animateur APEK - Agriculture Kindia 64 88 82 03
B SOW Ibrahima Kaba x C.C.F. Samayah SEF Samayah Kindia 63 96 35 86
B CAMARA Maféring x Animatrice APEK APEK – Agriculture Kindia 62 53 13 88
B SYLLA El Fodé x Commissaire Du Préfet Préfecture Kindia 60 27 98 08
B CAMARA Aboubacar M’Bope x Préfet Préfecture Kindia 60 29 36 02
B GALLY Grégoire x Coordinateur CA-Guinea44 Kndia 63 44 44 50
B DIAWARA Kouloumba x Radio Rural Préfecture Kindia 60 35 44 71
B TOURE Missa x COCIM Décentralisé Préfecture Kindia 60 68 50 97
B BALDE Mdou Saïdou x Président CRD Préfecture Kindia 60 27 99 51
B FADIGA Mohamed Lamine x Directeur EDG Préfecture Kindia 63 15 30 59
B SOULAH Abdoulaye x SGCAR Kindia Préfecture Kindia 60 47 10 82
A CISSE Mariamo x Union Bonna Moussaya Préfecture Forékarya
B YATTARA Alhassane x CSDR Mombia Préfecture Kindia 60 86 99 53
A ARAME Aïcha x UP Friguidolé Membre Préfecture Kindia 66 26 85 29
B CAMARA Ismaël Babady x Directeur APEK –Agricult. Préfecture Kindia 64 35 30 40
B CAMARA Abou x C Techniq. APEK –Agric. Préfecture Kindia 60 65 64 38
A CAMARA Mamadama x G. Mounafengni Préfecture Séguéya
A CAMARA Kanko x G. Wakilaré Préfecture Séguéya
A SYLLA Arafon Abou x P Ananas Préfecture Fréguiago 66 64 50 90
B TRAORE Mohamed x Assist. Tech GNR Préfecture Kindia 63 19 25 65
B TOURE Oussmane x Correspondant AGP Préfecture Kindia 60 29 42 00
A Dr DRAME Mamadou x Maire Préfecture Kindia 60 29 11 10
B BALDE Alpha Ibrahima x Stagiaire G 44 Préfecture Kindia 68 26 21 16
A CAMARA Moussa x Président CRD Kindia 64 38 26 27
B CAMARA Mamadou x Conseiller t. APEK APEK – Agriculture Kindia 60 32 84 64
B TYADI Ramatoulaye x Animatrice APK-Agric Préfecture Kindia 63 82 07 51
B DALLO Tno Sadou x C. décentralisat. Agric/ G 44 Préfecture Kindia 60 54 45 83
B FOURRIER Mrie-Do x Bénévole BISS France
A SYLLA Bountou x Présid. UEB Préfecture Bangouya 64 33 89 80
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A SYLLA Mabinta x Vice-Presid. UEB Préfecture Bangouya 65 28 13 07
B DIALLO Fatoumata Diaraye x Sociologue / Guinée 44 Kindia 63 86 36 01
B KEITA ELH Yaya x Vice Maire Kindia 60 29 10 54
B HAIDARA Abdoul Latif x Consultant Guinée 44 Kindia 63 16 83 72
B SOUMAH Fodé Nicol x Prsdt CRA Frigua Préfecture Kindia 63 16 83 72
B VITRE Norbert x Bénévole Guinée 44 Guinée 44 Kindia
B DANIEAU Loïc x Bénévole Guinée 44 Guinée 44 Kindia 06 07 46 21 81
B LENO Pierre I x Journaliste M.I Kindia 65 15 22 73
A CAMARA Koutoubou x Prsdte de l’U. Samaya UGPS Kindia 63 15 22 73
A CAMARA Bountou x Membre de Groupement Groupement Sobé Koliady
A BANGOURA Mabinty x Membre du groupement Groupement Sobé Koliady 60 70 81 68
A SYLLA Fatoumata x Mbre Group. Groupement Sobé Koliady
A SOUMAH Mawawa x Groupement Sobé Groupement Sobé Koliady
A CAMARA Fatou x Group. Sobé Groupement Sobé Koliady
A SOUMAH M’Bembe x Group. Sobé Groupement Sobé Koliady 67 51 42 39
A BAH Néné Bouli x Group. Sobé Groupement Sobé Koliady
A BANGOURA Damé x Group. Sobé Groupement Sobé Koliady
A CAMARA Mamata x Group. Sobé Groupement Sobé Koliady
A CAMARA Marie Tario x Group. Sobé Groupement Sobé
A BANGOURA Mabinty x Group. Sobé Groupement Sobé Koliady
A CAMARA M’Balia x Group. Sobé Groupement Néma Néma
A BANGOURA Mabinty Yali x Vice Prsdte de Union Madina Oula Union
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We noticed an important representation and participation of women : 39% of women and 61% of
men.
Public participants came from different areas : some are representatives of public administrations
such as the Prefecture, town halls, department or schools... ; some are representatives of civil society
such as NGOs, professional groups (cook-stoves manufacturers for example) or women unions
(cook-stoves users) ; some are leading figures or citizens from all over the region of Kindia.
ii.Evaluation forms
Some representative stakeholder comments made on evaluation forms have been transcribed
below :
Name Fatou Camara
What is your impression of the meeting ? We had a good impression about this meeting.
What do you like about the project ? There is nothing about this project that I do not
like : I like everything.
What do you not like about the project ? There are not any bad points in this project but
good points.
Signature
Name
What is your impression of the meeting ? My impression about this meeting was good
because this project fights against global warming
and protects watercourses and trees.
What do you like about the project ? I like this project because it helps to reduce the
consumption of wood in rural areas.
What do you not like about the project ? I do not want this project to stop before ending.
Signature
Name Souarale Salifu
What is your impression of the meeting ? A very good impression about this meeting.
What do you like about the project ? Making cookers, reduction of CO2 and energy
saving
What do you not like about the project ? Nothing. I like this project.
Signature
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Name Haba Nyankoye Mamè
What is your impression of the meeting ? This meeting was necessary for me because I
was given many information and knowledge.
Thanks to this project and its coordinators.
What do you like about the project ? I like this project because it fights against
deforestation of our environment and the damage
of the soil. I am amazed by this project.
What do you not like about the project ? I would not like them to abandon us leaving
behind their efficient cookers.
Signature
Name Mariama Cissé
What is your impression of the meeting ? This meeting touched a lot my comprehension of
the life discussing about social and economical
aspects.
What do you like about the project ? I like this project because it helps us to fight
against the deforestation of our environment.
What do you not like about the project ? I would not like them to deceive us in the future.
Signature
Name Boubacar Mariama Bah
What is your impression of the meeting ? Good impressions and good support to our
consortium. We speak about the economical and
social development of a country speaking
nowadays about environment,
What do you like about the project ? I would like the information to be translated in the
national language in order to increase all the
citizens’ awareness about the importance of
these efficient cookers.
What do you not like about the project ? I would not like this project to be restricted only to
Kindia and to stop his activities.
Signature
Name Mamadou Jaïdou Baldé
What is your impression of the meeting ? The subject is still relevant today. It pays attention
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to the containment of a healthy environment and
the reduction of the poverty. Good ambience and
mutual confidence.
What do you like about the project ? Protection of the health of women and their
children / Saving wood / Protection of the
ecosystem
What do you not like about the project ? The small involvement of women living in rural
areas, they were not many of them.
Signature
Name Camara Fana
What is your impression of the meeting ? My impressions are impressions of satisfaction,
especially the involvement of all social classes.
What do you like about the project ? I like the objectives of this project.
What do you not like about the project ? I do not like the duration of this project, it is very
short.
Signature
Name
What is your impression of the meeting ? My impressions are good, especially it is a way to
fight against the excessive deforestation.
What do you like about the project ? I like how the cooker has been thought.
What do you not like about the project ? I do not like the price which is suggested.
Signature
Name A Sla
What is your impression of the meeting ? My impressions are very good because this
project helps to the environment protection.
What do you like about the project ? We like the sustainability of this project.
What do you not like about the project ? We do not like to begin doing something and not
to finish it.
Signature
Name
What is your impression of the meeting ? The meeting was well organized.
What do you like about the project ? To get a cooker to protect the environment.
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What do you not like about the project ? To get the cooker for an expensive price.
Signature
Most of the participants preoccupations concerned the project length and the cook stove price : many
of them expressed their fear that the project might end before they get equipped with a « kolpot
fötönkante”, and that its price would be too high.
The initiators of the project will not provide the new cook stove for free and will reduce the price as
far as it possible to make it accessible to everyone depending on carbon credit funding.
More generally, presentation and relevant clarifications given by the project team lead to global
satisfaction of participants.
Some of the project promotional materials will be translated into Susu for less literate populations in
order to facilitate their access to information. Nevertheless, effort will be emphasized on the
implementation of visual understandable materials accessible of everybody and especially for
women.
C. 2. Pictures from physical meeting(s)
Example of public information in the town center of Kindia, banners announce the local skateholders
consultation.
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Participants during the meeting
The meeting participants talk and question about the project
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Women representatives inquire about the working, the advantages and drawbacks of the « kolpot
fötönkanté »
Women representatives of rural and urban communities of Kindia prefecture around the « kolpot
fötönkanté »
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Family picture at the end of the local stakeholders consultation
C. 3. Outcome of consultation process
i. Minutes of physical meeting(s)
Participants have been invited to split into 4 groups in order to encourage the discussions which took
place in French and Susu. A global impact assessment was done collectively through the filling in of
two documents : the blind sustainable development matrix and a questionnaire on environmental,
socio-economical and health impacts (taking up the GS “Do not harm assessment” table).
The questionnaire and its outcome is reproduced below :
QUESTIONNAIRE ON ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIO-ECONOMICAL AND HEALTH IMPACTS
Orders : it is a question here of pronouncing on 13 problems, and justifying your answers.
QUESTIONS OUI ou NON
EXPLICATIONS
EST-CE QUE CES
EFFETS SONT
SIGNIFICATIFS ?
ET
POURQUOI
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ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS
1. Will construction, operation
of the project affect natural
resources or ecosystems,
such as land, water,
forests or any resources
which are non-renewable
or in short supply ?
No, the Project reduce wood
consumption et protège les
ressources naturelles.
Yes,
environment et
biodiversity
preservation
2. Will production, transport,
storage due to the project
could generate substances
or materials which could
be harmful to the
environment ?
No, the efficience cook stove do not
rejected any harmful substance
against environment.
Yes, CO2 reduction
3. Will the Project release
pollutants or toxic or
noxious substances to air
 ?
No, and the smoke emitted is
reduced
4. Will the Project have risks
of contamination of land or
water from releases of
pollutants onto ground or
into water ?
No pollutant substance
5. Are they any areas on or
around the Project location
especialy important or
sensitive for ecologycal
reasons which could be
affected by it ?
No, the project protect forest areas Yes, project reduce
bad effect of
deforestation.
SOCIO-ECONOMICALS and HEALTH IMPACTS
6. Will construction, operation
of the project affect which
could be harmful to human
health ?
No, efficient cook stove are not
dangerous for human health and
reduce indoor air pollution.
7. Will production, transport,
storage due to the project
could generate substances
or materials which could
affect human health ?
No, efficient cook stove are not
dangerous for human health
8. Will the Project have risks
of contamination of land or
water from releases of
No, there is no risk of contamination
due to efficient cook stove.
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pollutants that could be
dangerous for human
health ?
9. Will there be any risk of
accidents during
construction or operation
of the project wich could
affect human health ?
No, no more than a normal manual
work.
No, smith are
professionals
workers
10. Will the project result in
social changes in
traditional lifestyles,
demography, habits or
employment ?
Yes, the Project generate
economical local activity.
The time wood collecting will be
reduced. Less fuel budget used for
cooking.
Yes, 20 to 30
smiths must be
train.
3 women
instructors and
more than 50
women vendors will
involve in the
Project.
11. Are they any areas around
the project with high
cultural or historical value
wich could be affected by it
 ?
No, efficient cook stoves are no risky
for cultural and historical value.
12. Is the economical wood
cook-stove affordable by
majority of the people area
 ?
Yes, if the cost of efficient cook
stove is low due to subsidy
Poor families have
low revenue so
they need to be
help for bying a
efficient cook stove.
13. Are they any agriculture
areas or public shopping
which could be affected by
the project ?
No. The efficient cook
stove is adapt for
domestic using.
Hereafter are some examples of interventions :
Example 1 : Mme Kadiatou CAMARA – President of the Kolenté peasant farmers
association
« We, women of Koliady (district of Kindia) are suffering every day to purchase wood. For us, it is
more difficult than for those living in the bush. We have to pay for the wood for each meal. The
cooking stove is really tailored for us, women of Kindia. We need help to purchase it. »
Example 2 : M. Mamadou Saliou BALDE - director of Kindia Professional Training Center
« Let me tell you my feeling about the Project :
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· Knowing the advanced deterioration of the environment, mainly caused by unauthorized
deforestation and population poverty
· Taking into account the technology transfer existing in the fabrication of economic wood
cook stoves,
· Considering the approach of an real implication of local smiths in the fabrication process,
· Knowing that using cook stoves may generate savings of wood,
it seems to me that this project is useful and salutary »
Example 3 : Dr. Mamadou DRAME – Mayor of Kindia
« We are helpless in front of the severe problem of deforestation which the Guinean population
faces. Environment is destroyed day by day. The cooking stove is part of the solutions.
I particularly like the approach of the Project. Today for instance, we are all concerned, women of
rural unions and of the cities, groups responsible, elected people.
The people can make this project and the technique that will allow resting his. »
ii.Minutes of other consultations
During the LSC and other informal meetings with women (demonstration in villages and
neighborhoods), questions focused on the purpose and use of the cook stove : How to use it ? How
does it fit the local pots ? How much wood can I save ? Where is it disseminating ? Who are making
it ? How to buy one ? And how much does it cost ?
Project team answered during this initial phase to all these questions and has already made
changes such as the adaptation of the cooker to the size most common pots.
No intervention of stakeholders is likely to challenge the Project realization.
iii. Assessment of all comments
Stakeholder comment
Comment taken
into account ?
Explanation (Why ? How ?)
Numerous concerns about the
program stability
Y
We understand this concern, (as a lot of NGOs
projects do not last) and reassured them about
the long-term planning of the project
Various concerns about the price
of the efficient cook stove (will it be
affordable for local population ?)
Y
We are fully conscious of the importance of this
point ; ensuring at all times an affordable price
is already a priority of the project
Necessity to carry comparative
studies and to lead demonstration
Y
Demonstration exercise already makes part of
the introduction phase (“atelier cuisson”), and
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exercises comparative studies (additional to those
previously lead) already are planned within the
GS process
General appreciation of the
participative aspect within the
project
Y
This positive comments reinforce our will to
keep on this way of functioning
Suggestion to extend the project
farther away from Kindia
Prefecture as there is a strong
demand for this kind of cook
stoves in Conakry for example
N
For the first phase of the project, we prefer to
implement the program within a limited
geographical area, mainly to be able to ensure
a continued monitoring of the cook stoves use
Suggestion to enable the sale of
more than 1 cook stove per
household as they usually count
more than 1 housewife
Y
From now on, we will authorize the sale of 2
cook stoves per household
iv. Revisit sustainability assessment
Are you going to revisit the sustainable development assessment ?
Please note that this is necessary when there are indicators scored
‘negative’ or if there are stakeholder comments that can’t be mitigated
Yes No
x
The Local Stakeholder Consultation met a very approve by all participants especially women. It
seems that everybody want to go ahead as soon as possible with this project.
All the participants of each category have strongly encouraged the progress of the project.
We remain attentive to the stove price proposed to the women to return affordable equipment to the
local population.
As the project didn’t have any negative scores after the meeting, there is no need to revisit the
sustainable development assessment
v.Summary of alterations based on comments
As written in the “Assesment of all comments” table, the main alteration of the project design
resulting from the stakeholder comments consisted in authorizing the sale of 2 cook stoves per
household instead of 1, as there is generally more than 1 housewife per household (Guinea is a
country where polygamy is common). This demand is also due to the fact that women usually cook
two meals at the same time : the rice and the sauce (typical dish eaten at every meal).
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SECTION D. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ASSESSMENT
D. 1. Own sustainable development assessment
i. ‘Do no harm’ assessment
Safeguarding principles Description of relevance to my project
Assessment of my
project risks
breaching it
(low/medium/high)
Mitigation
measure
1. Human Rights
.Guinea is legally bounding on :
- United Nations Chart, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- African Union Chart,
- International Pact on Civil and Political Rights of 1979,
- Convention against torture, and others cruel, inhuman and degrading
treatments of 1989.
Guinea is also parties of Rome’s statue of the International Penal Court.
The project respects
internationally proclaimed human
rights including dignity, cultural
property and uniqueness of
indigenous people. The project is
not complicity in Human Rights
abuses.
The project is not complicity in human rights abuses, as the project does not
force people to change cultural habits (cooking habits can remain the
same). On the opposite, women will have increased time availability for
other purposes than cooking and fuel wood collection, which may even lead
to better education, enforcement of gender rights and so on. However, as
this may only be an indirect effect, we judged the aspect to be not relevant
to the project.
Participation is entirely voluntary, but at the same time the parties will not
exclude anyone from participation in the project due to any discriminator
criteria (gender, race, religion or sexual orientation for example).
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is not relevant to the project, no mitigation measures
are necessary.
N/A N/A
The project does not involve and The project does not lead to resettlement. People are voluntary using the N/A N/A
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is not complicit in involuntary
resettlement.
technology proposed, and no one needs to move.
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is not relevant to the project, no mitigation measures
are necessary.
The project does not involve and
is not complicity in the alteration,
damage or removal of any critical
cultural heritage.
The project does not build facilities at specific sites, but disseminates
portable cook stoves that do not affect any critical cultural heritage as they
are used domestically.
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is not relevant to the project, no mitigation measures
are necessary.
N/A N/A
2. Labour Standard
Guinea has ratified several conventions under the ILO Declaration on
Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work :
· convention n° 87 (freedom of association) on Janua ry 21, 1959
· convention n° 29 and n° 105 (elimination of forced and compulsory
labour) respectively on January 21, 1959 and July 11, 1961
· conventions n° 182 (worst form of child labour) an d n° 138 (minimum
age) on June 6th, 2003.
· conventions n° 100 (equal remuneration) and n° 111 (discrimination in
employment/occupation)
The project respects the
employees’ freedom
of association and their right to
collective bargaining and is not
complicit in restrictions of these
freedoms and rights
Every employee of the project is free to associate with whomever he wants
and paid for his/her work ; however, nobody is forced to do anything beyond
what’s in their contracts. Moreover, the project includes a reinforcement of
the local organizations that the project is working with (the “APEK
Agriculture” NGO, the rural peasant organizations, the Center for
Professionnal Training and the Kindia Federation of Craftsmen).
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is not relevant to the project, no mitigation measures
are necessary.
N/A N/A
The project does not involve and
is not complicit in any form of
forced or compulsory labour
None of the involved parties are complicit in any form of forced or
compulsory labour.
N/A N/A
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Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is not relevant to the project, no mitigation measures
are necessary.
The project does not employ and
is not complicit in any form of
child labor.
The project does not employ and is not complicit in any form of child labor.
Nonetheless, child labour is common in the country, particularly in the
domestic area. Collecting fuel wood is an activity traditionally done by
children.
The project itself is a mitigation measure, as it reduces the households
demand for fuel wood.
N/A N/A
The project does not involve and
is not complicit in any form of
discrimination based on gender,
race, religion, sexual orientation
or any other basis.
The project implicates people from diverse communities, religions or
gender, and doing so is reinforcing tolerance and respect values.
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is not relevant to the project, no mitigation measures
are necessary.
N/A N/A
The project provides workers with
a safe and healthy work
environment and is not complicit
in exposing workers to unsafe or
unhealthy work environments
The blacksmiths who assemble the cook stoves incur some risks due to a
poor work environment, such as risks of cutting damages from working with
metal sheets during assembly.
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is relevant to the project.
low
The partnership with
the blacksmiths
organization
includes the
distribution of a tool
box for each worker,
containing safety
gloves among
others.
3. Environmental Protection
The project takes a precautionary
approach in regard to
environmental challenges and is
No harmful effects are resulting from the use and fabrication of the cook
stove. Contrary, the risk of cardio-vascular diseases due to exposure to
smoke during cooking should reduce thanks to the use of economic cook
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not complicity in practices
contrary to the precautionary
principle. This principle can be
defined as : ”When an activity
raises threats of harm to human
health or the environment,
precautionary measures should
be taken even if some cause and
effect relationships are not fully
established scientifically.”
stoves. Also, the project is indirectly fighting against deforestation and its
harmful effects on the environment.
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is not relevant to the project, the project itself is a
mitigation measure.
The project does not involve and
is not complicity in significant
conversion or degradation of
critical natural habitats, including
those that are (a) legally
protected, (b) officially proposed
for protection, (c) identified by
authoritative sources for their
high conservation value or (d)
recognized as protected by
traditional local communities
Illegal harvest of non-timber outputs, including fuel wood, is very high within
the entire country. To change the supply chain for fuel wood sourcing is
beyond the scope of the project. Consequently, illegal sourcing may
continue even with the project, but hopefully to a lower content.
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is relevant to the project. The project itself is a
mitigation measure.
low
The cook stoves
only use small
sticks, which can
also be made out of
dead wood. Hence,
in addition to the
reduced demand,
the pressure on
natural habitats can
be further reduced.
4. Anti Corruption
The project does not involve and
is not complicit in corruption.
As corruption is a widespread phenomenon in Guinea it can occur that
project workers and/or stakeholders may face this issue.
Conclusion :
Safeguarding principle is relevant to the project.
low
It is included in the
project policy not to
complicit in
corruption.
Obstacles and
delays that might
occur are taken into
account
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ii.Sustainable development matrix
Indicator
Mitiga
tion
meas
ure
Relevance to achieving MDG Chosen parameter
and explanation
Prelimina
ry score
Environment
Air quality N/A
Reduction of GHG, small particles and other pollutants
emissions through an efficient combustion of the fuel
wood ensured by the cook stove design
N/A 0
Water quality and
quantity
N/A Protection of water resources through decreased
deforestation
N/A 0
Soil condition N/A Decrease in soil erosion through decreased
deforestation. N/A 0
Biodiversity N/A Preservation of local ecosystems and biodiversity by
reducing deforestation. N/A 0
Other pollutants N/A N/A N/A 0
Social Development
Quality of
employment N/A The project generates local qualified employment
Number of training
courses provided to
local staff
+
Livelihood of the
poor N/A
Reduction of household expenses and/or of time spent to
purchase fuel wood through decreased households’ fuel
wood consumption.
Improvement of the beneficiaries’ health due to reduced
Indoor Air Pollution.
Average amount of
money and/or time
saved per household
and per month for the
purchase of fuel wood
+
Access to
affordable and
clean energy
services
N/A
Affordable efficient and clean cook stoves are made
available. Number of cook stoves
sold
+
Human and
institutional
capacity
N/A
The beneficiaries are provided with information regarding
natural resources management through radio programs
and during the public demonstrations in villages.
Institutional capacity building is implemented through
both the day-to-day work with the partners and the
training courses provided to the local staff (e.g. in stock
management or rural groups organization)
· Number of public
demonstrations
· Number of radio
programs tackling
environmental
education
+
Economic and technical development
Quantitative
employment and
income generation
N/A The project generates income at each stage of its
implementation as well as various full-time jobs
· Amount of money
paid to local
stakeholders (Kindia
Center of Professionnal
Training, blacksmiths,
women ambassadors)
· Number of full-time
jobs created by the
project
+
Balance of
payments and
investment
N/A N/A N/A 0
Technology
transfer and
technological selfreliance
N/A
The cook stoves are entirely made locally by blacksmiths
and students of Kindia Center of Professional Training.
They all have the full information to make cook stoves on
their own and are encouraged to do so.
Number of training
courses provided to
local staff to build and
maintain the cook
stoves.
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D. 2. Stakeholders Blind sustainable development matrix
In order to make the exercise more understandable to the participants, we adapted the GS SD
Matrix into the matrix presented below (the transcription into the original GS SD Matrix is presented
next). Some parameters from the “do not harm assessment” table were added, whereas some
parameters of the GS SD Matrix were not discussed.
Divided into 4 people groups of 25 people each, people were asked to fill in the matrix comparing
the project potential impacts to the situation that would prevail without the project. For each
parameter, people had to statute whether if the project would have a positive impact (answer A), no
impact (answer B), or a negative impact (answer C).
The discussions were lead either in French or in Susu, and each group has appointed a protractor
who presented the conclusions of the group.
Each answer of a group of 25 people accounts for 1 point (when the four groups have the same
answer, the issue scores 4 points).
Indicators A B C Comments :
ENVIRONMENT
Energy savings 4 Less wood used to cook
Local energy independence 2 2 Local fuel available
Air quality 4
Reduced indoor air pollution
Reduced fire smoke when cooking
Noise 2 2 /
Wastes 2 2
Iron wastes can be recycled to build new
cookstoves.
Biodiversity 4
Preservation of forests lead to a better
preservation of protected plants and
animals.
Water quality and quantity 4
No water pollution and more spring due
to forests protection.
It is possible to pasteurize water.
Soil conditions 4
Soil preservation due to forest
protection.
Naturals hazards 4 /
Others /
ECONOMY
Local economy 4 All equipments manufactured locally
Capacity building 4
Smiths artisans and trainers are local
people
Technology transmission et
technological self-reliance
4
The technology is simple and transferred
completely to locals smiths.
Cost of living 4 Decreasing fuel budget for family
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Local employment and
income generation
4
Project creates employment and all
employees are local.
If women spend less time to collect
wood, they could have others activities
such as market gardening.
Others /
SOCIETY
Human rights 3 1 Facilitate access to domestic energy
Gender equity 2 2
Women are directly concerned and
implicated in the Project with agreement
of men.
Town and country planning 4 Less stress on forest areas
Social cohesion 4
The project develops the work between
various partners. Less conflict between
social groups due to wood harvest.
Health 4 Reduced indoor air pollution
Food safety 4 Increase of family budget
Others /
Global score
ENVIRONMENT 30 6 0
89% of impacts judged as positive
11% of neutral answers (which were
actually misunderstanding of questions)
ECONOMY 20 0 0
SOCIETY 21 3 0
TOTAL 71 9 0
Indicator Score given by
stakeholders Comments
Air quality 100 % of ‘+’ answers
Reduced indoor air pollution
Reduced fire smoke when cooking
Water quality and quantity 100 % of ‘+’ answers
No water pollution and more spring
due to forests protection.
It is possible to pasteurize water.
Soil condition 100 % of ‘+’ answers
Soil preservation due to forest
protection.
Other pollutants No discussed topic
Biodiversity 100 % of ‘+’ answers
When Forest are more preserved
it’s a better situation to protected
plants and animals.
Quality of employment No discussed topic
Livelihood of the poor
+
Decreasing fuel budget for family
Access to affordable and
clean energy services
100 % of ‘+’ answers
Less wood used to cook
Facilitate access to domestic energy
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Human and institutional
capacity
100 % of ‘+’ answers
Smiths artisans and trainers are
local people
Quantitative employment
and income generation
100 % of ‘+’ answers
Project creates employment and all
employees are local.
If women spend less time to collect
wood, they can have others
activities such as market gardening.
Balance of payments and
investment
No discussed topic
Technology transfer and
technological self-reliance
100 % of ‘+’ answers
The technology is simple and
transferred completely to local
smiths.
Globally, the stakeholder sustainable development matrix and our own one are quite similar.
Way of consolidation :
When the stakeholders score positive and we had scored neutral, we left the neutral score.
When both matrixes had a positive score, we left the positive score.
As there are only positive or neutral scores in the stakeholders SD Matrix, we decided to maintain our
SD Matrix as the consolidated SD Matrix.
D. 3. Consolidated sustainable development matrix
Indicator
Mitiga
tion
meas
ure
Relevance to achieving MDG Chosen parameter
and explanation
Prelimina
ry score
Environment
Air quality N/A
Reduction of GHG, small particles and other pollutants
emissions through an efficient combustion of the fuel
wood ensured by the cook stove design
N/A 0
Water quality and
quantity N/A Protection of water resources through decreased
deforestation N/A 0
Soil condition N/A Decrease in soil erosion through decreased
deforestation. N/A 0
Biodiversity N/A
Preservation of local ecosystems and biodiversity by
reducing deforestation. N/A 0
Other pollutants N/A N/A N/A 0
Social Development
Quality of
employment N/A The project generates local qualified employment
Number of training
courses provided to
local staff
+
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Livelihood of the
poor N/A
Reduction of household expenses and/or of time spent to
purchase fuel wood through decreased households’ fuel
wood consumption.
Improvement of the beneficiaries’ health due to reduced
Indoor Air Pollution.
Average amount of
money and/or time
saved per household
and per month for the
purchase of fuel wood
+
Access to
affordable and
clean energy
services
N/A
Affordable efficient and clean cook stoves are made
available. Number of cook stoves
sold +
Human and
institutional
capacity
N/A
The beneficiaries are provided with information regarding
natural resources management through radio programs
and during the public demonstrations in villages.
Institutional capacity building is implemented through
both the day-to-day work with the partners and the
training courses provided to the local staff (e.g. in stock
management or rural groups organization)
· Number of public
demonstrations
· Number of radio
programs tackling
environmental
education
+
Economic and technical development
Quantitative
employment and
income generation
N/A The project generates income at each stage of its
implementation as well as various full-time jobs
· Amount of money
paid to local
stakeholders (Kindia
Center of Professionnal
Training, blacksmiths,
women ambassadors)
· Number of full-time
jobs created by the
project
+
Balance of
payments and
investment
N/A N/A N/A 0
Technology
transfer and
technological selfreliance
N/A
The cook stoves are entirely made locally by blacksmiths
and students of Kindia Center of Professional Training.
They all have the full information to make cook stoves on
their own and are encouraged to do so.
Number of training
courses provided to
local staff to build and
maintain the cook
stoves.
+
SECTION E. DISCUSSION ON SUSTAINABILITY MONITORING PLAN
The project manager will be responsible for the parameters monitoring. Most of the indicators
monitored are “interns” to the project, only the average amount of money and/or time saved per
household and per month for the purchase of fuel wood will be measured through a continuous
survey (the follow-up of the users done by the facilitators).
SECTION F. DESCRIPTION OF THE DESIGN OF THE STAKEHOLDER
FEEDBACK ROUND
In June 2010, the first version of the Local Stakeholders Report was published and made easily
consultable. Since then, the report is still available in various places of Kindia such as the Guinée 44
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and APEK headquarters, as well as in the town hall.
Here are reproduced the contents of two feedbacks done by representatives of public
administrations :
Feedback 1 : We had the opportunity to talk with Dr. Mamadou DRAME-Mayor of Kindia- presented
at the June 4, 2010 general assembly of the NGO Guinée44. After reading the LSC report, Dr.
DRAME confirmed his strong interest in the project and that he sees only advantages to the project
approach and objectives.
Feedback 2 : Mr. Alkaly BANGOURA-Head manager of the Forest division and representative of the
National Directorate of Water and Forest at the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable
Development -Conakry, Guinea.
“Thank you for yours news and I send you all my best wishes to your Project’s team.
About my impressions, they are good. Indeed the idea of the cook-stove and the demonstration of its
using prove it’s possible to save fuel and wood. It has a direct effect to reduce poverty and human
pressure on natural resources. It would be very appreciate if it was easily affordable for housewives
living in rural areas.
With my congratulations.”
But the main (informal) feedback round is constituted by the continuous follow-up of the users done
by the project facilitators : their visits to the field allow a permanent feedback that is taken into account
by the project team (for example, the cook stove design was changed several times).
As GoldStandard requires to make available Project Passport and PDD to the feedback round, it will
officially begin when these documents are elaborated (which is not the case at the moment of
redaction of this LSC Report).
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ANNEX 1. ORIGINAL PARTICIPANTS LIST
CODE CATEGORIE Nbre
invité
COORDONN
EES
A
I. Personnalités locales concernées par le projet 44
1.1 Présidents et Secrétaires des Unions 24
Union des groupements maraîchers de Kindia (UGMK) 2
Union des groupements vivriers de Kindia (UGVK) 2
Union des groupements producteurs de Samaya (UGPS) 2
Union Bas-Molota (UBM) 2
Union des planteurs de Friguiagbé (UPF) 2
Union Madina-Oula (UMO) 2
Union Solima 2
Union Kolenté 2
Union Benna (Forécariah) 2
Union Bangouya 2
Union Gomba 2
Organisation d’autopromotion (OAP) des Forgerons 2
1.2 Collectivités locales (Présidents de CRD/Maire) et Chefs
services développement rural et environnement)
20
Bangouya 2
Damakanya 2
Friguiagbé 2
Kindia 2
Kolenté 2
Mambia 2
Molota 2
Madina-oula 2
Samaya 2
Souguéta 2
B
II. Représentants des autorités préfectorales régionales et
nationales
43
2.1 Préfecture de Kindia 31
Directeur Développement Rural et Environnement (DPDRE) 1
Section des Eaux et Forêts 1
Section Environnement 1
Section Piste Rurale 1
Promotion agricole 1
Elevage 1
Artisanat 1
Secrétariat général des collectivités décentralisées 1
Directeur des Microréalisation (DMR) 1
Directeur du Plan et de la Statistique 1
Chargé de l’Organisation des collectivités (COC) 1
Bureau Technique de Génie Rural (BTGR) 1
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Chambre d’Agriculture 1
Chambre de Commerce 1
Coopérative des Planteurs 1
Coopérative de Eleveurs 1
Office Guinéenne du Bois (OGUIB) 1
Commerçants de bois de chauffe et de charbon 1
Producteurs de bois de chauffe et de charbon 1
Coordination des Association de Jeunesse de Guinée (CAJEG) 1
Fédération Préfectorale des Artisans de Kindia (FPAKI) 1
Compagnie des Bauxites de Kindia (CBK) 1
Electricité de Guinée (EDG) 1
Société des Eaux de Guinée (SEG) 1
Union des transporteurs de Kindia 1
Promotion Féminine et Enfance 1
Direction Préfectorale de la Santé (DPS) 1
Direction Préfectorale de l’Education (DPE) 1
Direction Préfectorale de la Jeunesse (DPJ) 1
Centre de Formation Professionnel (CFP) 1
Chambre d’Artisanat 1
2.2 Régionale et Nationale 12
Inspection Régionale de l’Agriculture (IRA) 1
Service Régional d’Appui aux Collectivités et de Coordination des
interventions des ONG et Coopérations (SERACCO)
1
Ministère de l’Environnement et du Développement Durable 1
Ministère de la Décentralisation et du Développement Local 1
Ministère de l’Agriculture et l’Elevage 1
Centre de Recherche Agronomique de Foulayah (CRRAF) 1
Centre Universitaire de Kindia (CUK) 1
Ecole Nationale des Agents Techniques des Eaux et Forêts (ENATEFMamou)
1
Radio rurale 1
Agence Guinéenne de Presse (AGP) 1
Radio Télévision Guinéenne (RTG) 1
C DNA (Autorité désigné comme l’administration publique référente
du projet
2
M. Mamadou Saliou Diallo : coordinateur de l’ DNA 1 saliouprof@ya
hoo.fr
+ 224- 60 27
89 09
Dr. Ahmed Faya Traore : responsable du changement climatique au
Ministère du Développement Durable et de l’Environnement Ministre
de l’Environnement et du Développement Durable
1
traoraf@yaho
o.fr
+ 224 60 37
95 69
Organismes locaux oeuvrant pour la réduction de la pauvreté et
de la protection de l’environnement
20
1. Partenaires d’appui 11
Fédération des Organisation Paysannes de la Basse Guinée (FOPBG) 1
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Association pour la Promotion Economique de Kindia (APEKAgriculture)
1
Réseau Guinéen de Traction Animale Développement Intégré 1
Structure d’Appui aux Réseau d’Agricultrices/eurs (SARA) 1
Association Guinéenne pour le Développement de l’Entreprise Privée
(AGUIDEP)
1
Fédération Munanfanyi 1
D
Crédit Rural de Guinée 1
TRIAS 1
Coopération-Atlantique Guinée 44 1
Childfund 1
Kaniya NEMA 1
Association pour le Développement Agropastoral de Kindia (ADAKI) 1
2. Projets et Programmes 9
Programme d’Appui au Développement de la Basse Guinée Nord
(PADER/BGN)
1
STEWARD US-Forest - USAID 1
Programme d’Appui National de l’Economie du Bois énergie
(PANEB)
1
Centre de Formation pour le Développement Communautaire
(CAFODEC)
1
BercaBara 1
DVV-International 1
GTZ 1
PAN- LCD ( lutte contre la désertification)
Corp dela Paix (Piscor) 1
E Experts locaux en Gold standard
Rabie Heba : manager régional Afrique/ Moyen Orient
Sabet Nahla : manager régionalAfrique / Moyen Orient
2
heba@cdmg
oldstandard.
org
nahla@cdmg
oldstandard.
org
F Organismes internationaux qui soutiennent la démarche GS et les
« GS suppoter NGOs »
1. WWF International
2. Greenpeace
3. REEEP
4. Helio International.
4
TOTAL GENERAL DES INVITES 115
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Susu version of the non-technical summary :
Colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε
rawundanmae xa xarantε.
Porosε dεtεgεfe :
Dεmεri banxidεe Guinée 44, APEK –agriculture a nun Bolivia Int sud sleil (Biss) e xa yamakɔtae
saabura bara e xaxilie xunso porosε nde tife xɔri ma naxan colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε 2500 rawundanma
Kindia kumandi kui.
Porosε rakeli :
Porosε colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε rakelixi colipɔti 2.500 rawundanfe Xindiya kumandi ɲamae nan kankema
alako nde xa ba kuye iwolenyi ra, na sa fatan gansee ra won naxe rawalima. Yi porosε katε nan nabafe
alako won xa kuri gεmεsaxan daaxi, won dεrixi naxe rawali ra masara yi colipɔti ra.
I na a mato, yi kuri gεmεsaxan daaxi wuyenyi gbo, a man yege gbegbe nan ganma fufafu.
Yi colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε rawundanfe wama nde bafe na mantɔrɔlie nan na, a sɔnɔya raso denbayae
kui fεεrε mu gεεxi kamalide naxe yi, a gbengbenyi ginee.
Na rawundanyi a niɲεma nε denbaya kanyie xɔnyi naxe nu yi colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε masɔtɔ e nɔ e
bεlεxεbun dɔxɔde ganse sarafe ma, na nafuli nɔma rasode nε fe gbεtεe alɔ santeya, gabilεfe a nun na
maniɲεe.
Na nafuli xa mini tereya bara nde sa denbaya sugandixie xa yiriwa xunma.
Fɔtɔnkanε ratife : Colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε xa yegeganyi xuurun dangi kuri gεmε saxan daaxi ra pon !
Denbayae naxe nu yi colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε sɔtɔ, yegefenfe xuurunma nε e maabiri kuriwali kui, na a
niɲεma nε nde ba wurisεgεfe ra, won nabilinyi makanta, nde ba wolenyi fan na.
A santeya xunmagaga ɲama yi : Colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε xa kurisoe mafura, ginee mu dugundima tε sεεti
ma a gbe ra, tuuri naxan findi fure bɔsε mɔɔli birin na kanke bε fan mu ginε a nun ginεdimεdie tɔɔrɔ ma
a gbe ra kɔrε, ba a namunyi kiima e tanan kuri kui.
Colipɔti kεɲa kolonfe :
1. a fatanfasife : Colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε findi kuri nan na naxan nɔɔma matunude, a rafalama paani
nan na Xindiya xabue ɲi ;
A dɔxɔki nan ya :
· A kankira : na findi kuri wolenyi dɔxɔde nan na.
· Wolenyi konkoe : a tanan findi lingira sangantimε ra colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε ma. A tanan
findi sabui ra yege ganfe kεɲa fanyi ra. Lingira firin na a ma : a singe yili naxan goroxi
tuuri minide a nun yili naxan italaxi yege rasode.
· A suxudee : e tanan a niɲεma colipɔti nɔɔ matunude sɔnεya ra.
· A bunyi : a tanan colipɔti bunyi ragεlixi ;
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· A dεragεli : yale nan a tagi alako tεwuyenyi dangima sɔnεya ra kinaxε. A tanan colipɔti
kankira ragalima tunde dɔxɔde saxan na naxan ma.
· Tunde dɔxɔde saxan : e tanan a niɲεma tunde dɔxɔ a fanyi ra clipɔti fari.
· Yegesaade : e tanan yege buitima ;
· Bεlεti : a tanan tunde rabilinxi fo santimu keren xasabi fole ra ;
· Bεlεti balanse : a tanan bεlεti iminima a tanan a isoma ;
Colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε tiide kolonfe :
- Santeya xunmagaga ɲama bε : a mixi ratangama yaxɔnε ma, yɔfɔfure ma
naxan fatanma tuuri ra kuriso waxati. A gnengbenyi dimεe nan mafura a tan
furee masɔtɔde. A man nde ba tagixɔnε nun fatexɔnε mɔli birin na naxe saabu
fatanma yege maxani ra.
- Won nabilinyi makanta : a nde mama nε wurisεgε ra a nun fɔtɔn kanε ra.
A nde fan bama nε wuyenyi ra naxan wolenyi ragboma bɔxi fari (Co2) fatanfe
gansee ra won naxe rawalima. Na wurie nun na ɲogee nɔma nε yuside
bɔxibunyi ratɔnɔfe ra alɔ langiriye.
A tide denbaya xa kɔnɔmi kεɲa ma :
· A nde nan ba ma ganse sare ra denbayae kui, (yege, tige a nun na maniɲεe), colipɔti fɔtɔn
makantε yailanfe findi walisɔtε sɔnɔyaxi nan na xabui bε a nun ginee naxe donsee matima
makiti.
A tiide denbaya xa yiriwa kεɲa ma :
· Ginεe a nun dimεe malabu ma nε yege fenfe ma a nun kuriwali xɔrɔxɔε ma, na waxati findima
dimεe matinkafe nan na e xa yaremasigafe ma.
· A dunke ra colipɔti fɔtɔn makantε rawundanfe findi yaremasigawali nan na naxan dεmεri
rabama adama keren keren na ma birin bε a yiriwa ki ma a sa dɔxɔ a kɔnɔmi ki ra, kelife ta
xunxurie ma a sa ɲamanε birin li.
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