Practical Ways To Beat World Hunger, Keep Your Money It’s Not Needed

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Every day people beg on the internet

for children ….

BUT THIS IS NOT ONE OF THOSE BLOGS

These are the ideas that have a real

history of saving lives.

These are the ideas that are already rescuing

10’s of thousands of children in harms way.

But it seems no person ever placed all those

ideas in one

place …at least up till now.

Let’s keep this simple.

Starting with aquaponics one can grow a

million pounds of food on three acres of land.

With a million pounds of foodthere is bound

to be a surplus of food that isn’t needed or

goes bad….not to worry that resource will

be used to make

biogas. Next we take the methane to cook

food, boil bad water and run compressors.

Why compressors, because compressors run

air tools. Air tools have many advantages

as they are cheaper and safer than electric

tools. The beauty of these methods …all

are flexible…. all can be done to scale….

starting with aquaponics each operation

can be accomplished step by step.

The entire operation is not over night but

one that is grown into.

** Click On Each Picture They Each

Have Links **

Small scale aqaponics

biogas

Moringa leaves

Industrial Air Compressor

NOW JUST IN CASE YOU HAVE LITTLE CASH FLOW

MAY I SUGGEST YOU CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT 

A TREE THEY CALL MORINGA.

NOW JUST IN CASE YOU HAVE LITTLE CASH FLOW

MAY I SUGGEST YOU CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT

A TREE THEY CALL MORINGA.

NOW JUST IN CASE YOU HAVE LITTLE CASH FLOW

MAY I SUGGEST YOU CLICK HERE TO LEARN ABOUT

A TREE THEY CALL MORINGA.

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