THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION / SPECIAL MONITORING MISSION OF CHAD HAS INITIATED A SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL MISSION IN N'DJAMENA ON 20 JUNE 2021.
The special mission known as "CLEAN CITY INITIATIVE: ONE VOLUNTEER , ONE CLEAN.
On this day of June 20, 2021, Mr. Kemba Médard Ousmane, the national coordinator of the International Human Rights Commission of Chad, aware of the importance of the role of the commission in favour of the population, launched an initiative: CLEAN CITY.
The initiative consists in contributing to the cleanliness of the city through the process of sweeping, cleaning the streets and draining the stagnant water in the different districts.
He himself set the example in the company of some volunteers.
This commitment is an act of solidarity with the government of Chad, by cleaning the city of Ndjamena during this very difficult rainy period.
To this end, the national coordinator of the IHRC-CHAD, considering this action as a humanitarian act, launches a general appeal to all the volunteers of the whole world and particularly those of the Republic of CHAD to follow his example in order to make their various districts clean.
For the national coordinator, Mr. Kemba Médard Ousmane, each volunteer must commit to his or her own neighbourhood by mobilizing young volunteers to accompany the government in the CLEAN CITY process.
In this context, each IHRC volunteer, wherever he or she may be, becomes not only a source of peace but also and above all a source of CLEANLINESS.
For him, the volunteer is an agent of local and universal development on behalf of the International Human Rights Commission (IHRC).
- The national coordinator of IHRC of Chad, Mr Kemba Médard Ousmane,
- The volunteer , Mr SOUMAINE BACHIR .
-MNVC/Peace Ambassador of IHRC for central Africa, H.E Hiroua Goare Bienvenu