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SOCIAL RESPONSES TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS
The paper has discused on social responses that are being adopted to deal with environmental problems.
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The Central Africa region has been experiencing an extraordinary flooding condition. Since November 2006, floods have hit a majority of Central African countries, leaving numerous people homeless. The condition in the Democratic Republic of Congo was the worst of all the countries that were affected. Democratic Republic of Congo covers an area of 340,000 square kilometers. Geographically; the territory bears some spectacular features as half portion lies above the equator and half part lies below the equator. This feature has made the land rich in the rain fall and humid climate. The topography of the land is variable.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is an equatorial country of western-central Africa. To the south, it shares borders with the Democratic ...
... within the region to ensure a smooth coordination of response initiatives.
Crisis committees have been set up and placed under the supervision of the mayors of various provinces in Democratic Republic of Congo. These committees are made up of specialized officials of government, predominantly the Division of Social Affairs, Office of Roadway Systems and Drainages. The Red Cross of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and United Nation agencies comprising World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and also the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUC) are all represented (Baregu and Landsberg, 2003).
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