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January/February 2011 issue

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Complements to all parties. Very inspirational to see a convergence of ideas resulting in concrete benefits to Africa.

Submitted by C piron on Saturday, January 8, 2011

With the immense forests they have, it makes good sense that the Congolese become involved in growing medicinal plants for the pharmaceutical industry. With proper help they should make a success of it and I am proud that a Canadian Foundation has taken the lead. This good article is right in confirming that it is possible to protect nature and making a living at the same time especially in a country that needs it so badly.

Submitted by Rejean Frenette on Wednesday, January 5, 2011

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