ALLIANCE MONDIALE DES RÉCUPÉRATEURS
ALLIANCE MONDIALE DES
RÉCUPÉRATEURS
L'Alliance Mondiale des Récupérateurs de déchets est un réseau d'organisations de récupérateurs soutenu par WIEGO, dans plus de 28 pays, plus spécialement en Amérqiue Latine, en Asie et en Afrique.
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octobre 20, 2020

Translated by Dico


Note : L’article original est d’avril 2020.

Depuis le début de la crise due au coronavirus (COVID-19), nous avons regroupé sur notre page, celle de l’Alliance mondiale des récupérateurs de matériaux, les différentes initiatives et mesures que les organisations de récupérateurs du monde entier ont développées pour en limiter l’impact. Depuis quelques jours, plusieurs campagnes de financement participatif ont été organisées en faveur des récupérateurs de matériaux afin de les aider à agir sur deux fronts :

  • Aide financière ou alimentaire à ceux qui ne peuvent pas faire leur travail et qui sont à court de revenus
  • Développement de campagnes de sécurité et de prévention des infections et achat de produits (savon, masques faciaux, gants, etc.)

Nous dressons à présent une liste des diverses campagnes de collecte de fonds en cours. Si vous en connaissez d’autres, faites-nous en part!

 

Latin America

Brazil


The Brazilian Waste Pickers Movement (MNCR) has launched this solidarity campaign in order to support tasters and make donations online in this difficult situation.
Donate (Brazil)

Colombia

The #SolidaridadRecicladores campaign organized by the Alianza Separa, a group of waste picker organizations in the city of Medellín and the Metropolitan Area (Colombia), with the support of entities, companies, social groups and independent people seeks to protect the livelyhoods of 1,300 waste pickers in the midst of a health, social and environmental emergency.
Donate (Medellín, Colombia)

India

Bangalore


In Bangalore (India), Hasiru Dala has organized a campaign to offer recyclers food and care kits to the confinement decreed by the coronavirus.
Donate (Bangalore, India)

 

Pune and PCMC


SWaCH, from Pune (India) and KKPKP at PCMC are also asking for donations to be able to give their recyclers # COVID19 protection kits and food kits .
Donate (Pune y PCMC, India)

 

Aurangabad


From Aurangabad (India) there is another campaign to offer recyclers affected by the impossibility of working with food kits.
Donate (Aurangabad, India)

 

New Dehli


In New Delhi (India) Chintan has launched the  #COVIDmekabadi campaign to get recyclers food kits and protection against the coronavirus crisis.
Donate (New Dehli, India)

Africa

South Africa


South African association of reclaimers ARO has also launched its campaign to request donations to support reclaimers in this difficult situation, especially focused on offering food to those who need it most.
Donate (South Africa)

Kenya

A fundraising initiative to support the work of the waste pickers in the Naivasha area of Kenya.

Donate

 

France


Amelior (Montreuil, Paris, France) has committed all its forces to the collection and distribution of food and hygiene products in waste picker camps. To support this work they have launched a campaign to receive donations.
Donate (France)

Global

From GAIA (anti-incineration initiative) they have also launched a campaign to receive donations for a solidarity emergency fund. With the money received they want to provide mini-subsidies to the groups most affected by the crisis to support their organization and mutual support programs, prioritizing the most urgent needs, such as the provision of food and personal protective equipment for recycling workers.
Donate (GAIA)