In the limestone production system at the Sika-kondji site, the water pumped from the quarry for the water table is dumped into Tohé Lake in the village of Logokpo. The ecological functioning of the lake today is disturbed according to the hypothesis put by the local populations. As a result, this disruption causes a drop in production and a disappearance of local fish species. This problem provokes discontent and uprisings on the part of the populations who accuse SCANTOGO of being the cause. Apart from the extinction of certain species of fish, the decline in fish production in the lake has resulted in lower income for the population. This situation leads the population and especially the fishermen to reconvert themselves to other activities of anarchic exploitation of the flora. Therefore, we also note the disappearance of certain tree species, especially medicinal plants. Faced with this situation, the people of the village of Logokpo decided to design a joint action project with SCANTOGO to review the situation of their lake together and support their initiative to create a conservatory of medicinal plants on the territory of the community. On this basis it is planned, actions of restoration, revalorisation of the lake, creation of a garden of medicinal plants, education and sensitization of the populations.

Strengthening of the relationship between SCANTOGO-population of Logokpo

A population education session on the culture of peace and development advocated by the volunteer and the counterpart of the peace corps on Tuesday, 08 may after the guided visit

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11mai

Strengthening of the relationship between SCANTOGO-population of Logokpo

A guided tour in the rain: The head of HeidelbergCement Foundation, a volunteer and a counterpart of the Peace Corps at the invitation of the Project Team went to Logokpo on Tuesday, 08 May 2018 to see the status of Tohe Lake weed control in the presence of local populations.

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11mai

Beginning of the first activity of the third component of the project

The exit of the project team on the Logopko site on Tuesday, May 08, 2018 marked the beginning of the process of strengthening the collaboration between SCANTOGO and the people of Logokpo which will be done continuously through: i) guided tours for living together and (ii) education sessions to the population on the notion of peace and social cohesion.

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11mai

Habitat restoration of fish and birds

The work of weeding the lake by the populations with the support of SCANTOGO, first task of this activity of restoration of the habitat of the fishes and the birds knew a progress on Saturday, April 21, 2018.

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23avr

Preservation of local medicinal plants

The working day of 21 April 2018 in the village of Logokpo, started at the 9 o'clock turn by working session with stakeholders involved in the research and collection of local medicinal plants.

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23avr

Continuation of activities of the second component of the project

April 21, 2018 at Logokpo: Our team proceeded on the project site in pursuit of two (02) activities planned in the second component of the project: "Restoration and preservation of the ecosystem of the lake and local medicinal plants".

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23avr

Habitat restoration for fish and birds

The implementation of this activity began with the weeding of the lake with support from SCANTOGO, under the leadership of the project leader and the village development chairman of Logokpo.

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04avr

Launch of activities of the second component of the project

March 31, 2018 at Logokpo: Our team proceeded on the project site to launch the three (03) activities planned in its second component: "Restoration and preservation of the ecosystem of the lake and local medicinal plants".

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04avr

Preparations for the activities of the second component of the project

Until the second water analysis activity in the first component is completed, a meeting with the Logokpo people took place on Sunday, February 25, 2018 to prepare for the launch of the activities of the second component.

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01mar

Field visit: a step towards the peaceful resolution of the conflict!

On this day (Thursday, February 08 ) The head of the safety, health and environment department of SCANTOGO gave somes explanations on the quality waters at the entrance of the lake .

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19fév

Field visit: a step towards the peaceful resolution of the conflict !

The visit of Thursday, February 08 led the two actors to the place of the spill of the water of the quarry in the lake where a discussion of a duration of half hour allowed the two parties to discuss face to face on the problem and take a step towards the peaceful resolution of the conflict.

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19fév

The first component of the project is launched

On Thursday, February 08, the first activity of the first component "research of causes of eutrophication of the lake" was realized by a field visit gathering the representatives of the population of Logokpo on the one hand and those of Scantogo on the other hand.

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19fév

How to solve the problem through this project?

Our project aims to reconcile SCANTOGO and the populations of Logokpo through joint actions by researching the causes of Lake Tohé dysfunction, its restoration and communication between the two actors.

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15fév

Localisation of the problem

follow the water route from the quarry to Tohe Lake and its route to the Mono River

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14fév

Which problem our project wants to resolve?

The hypothesis posed by the Logokpo populations is that the eutrophication of their lake Tohé comes from the discharge of pumped water from the quarry in to this lake, while this hypothesis is disputed by SCANTOGO.

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14fév
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