(EN) Give Africa chance to develop its own technology.

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Many civil society organizations in Africa are questioning sustainable development because they do not understand it. Cheik Tidiane Dieye from ENDA a civil society organization in Senegal has charged.
Cheik said many development processes are adopted by governments through the UN and that civil society organization are not represented at such forums.
He said many African civil society organizations do not understand the concept of sustainable development because it is a new thing to them. Cheik said the big issue for the people of Africa was to have access to the concept of the green economy and understand it and if it is helpful to make a decision of going for it. He said African people should not just accept the technology which comes from somewhere because the gain will be minimal but to have technology to develop their own.
Cheik said that if something has to be changed in the developing world especially Africa, the western world must give the opportunity to Africans to use their own resources instead of telling them of the green economy which they do not understand. He was speaking in an exclusive interview with flame da Afrique at the Rio+20 peoples summit in Brazil.

 

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