Martial is the managing director of Gic Bellomar, a common initiative group organization created in 2003 that is working to promote a better professional and social integration of youth in the context of economic recovery in Cameroon and Africa. Martial has have over ten years of experience of supporting entrepreneurial initiatives in Africa. Martial is an industrial chemistry technician from the University of Douala, a distance education engineer from the University of Toulouse 1 and has obtained several certifications in the areas of community health, environment, entrepreneurship and safety and security. Martial is also an independent researcher in developing technologies and works with the higher institute Dale Kietzman of Douala as a Teacher for Master 2 students' level in the international development.
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Municipalities in developing countries are increasingly producing solid and liquid wastes. The management of those waste are relevant because of their impact to the environment and health. For instance, disposing waste in surrounding areas become vectors for the development of diseases, and they contribute to produce lixiviates which are already infiltrating into the water table. In addition, solid waste accounts for 5% of the total GHG emission. This becomes an environmental issue that has to be resolved.