Donate To Community Driven Mini Solar Greenhouse With Hydroponic System Project, Barber Scotia College, Wednesday, 10. October 2018

Imagine for one day you were without electricity! Then ... 

Partner with
WORLD EBEONY NETWORK (WEN) & Brian Iversen & Associates LLC (BIA)
Mini Solar Greenhouse With Hydroponic System Project To Help Communities in Africa To:

• Successfully grow their own food. 
• Obtain their own energy using Solar Power.
• Create commerce where it did not exist.
• Improve their health and elongate life span.
• Not rely on poor soil or bad weather to grow food.
• Meet their own needs.
• Give hope, faith, and love.

Because for WEN to accomplish its mission of helping to rebuild the bedrock foundation of communities in the United States (US) and for these communities to continue enjoying those finer things of life in the developed world, it does require that we connect with our extended family in Africa. We need them to be stronger so we can reinforce core values and principles, reshift their mindsets, teach them to fish, and help them feed for a lifetime, while helping to preserve and replenish the vast majority of African resources that have benefited most of the world.

Thus, the mini Solar Greenhouse with Hydroponics System is a sure way for WEN to feed them while funding programs to empower and sustain them. 

Here are some of their living conditions and challenges: 
Problem traveling to work, Roads are in Poor Condition. Rural Areas have no power and very little Employment. 
Living conditions are difficult, with many in poor health. No toilets, No shelters, and No government support.

Problem with living conditions, No refrigeration, Areas of Disease, No health codes, Unsafe Practices, Unsanitary Conditions, Exposed Food, Dirty Water, and Hazardous Conditions.

Children at risk in schools, Leaky Roofs, Mold on Walls, No Fans, Very Poor Sanitation, Broken Windows & Doors, Safety a Concern, Missing Books & Teaching Materials, Buildings unsafe for children with lead, No Medical, No Security, & Cattle roam into classrooms and make a mess.

Problems With Lack of Electricity
• No power to run CPAP Machines
• No power to charge cell phones to call for medical assistance
• No Power to refrigerate medicines or food
• No Power to see illuminate the nights, no Light.
• No Power to grow food
• No Power to keep cool, no Fans.

... But the Mini Solar Green House With Hydroponic System Will:
• Larger Yields
• Grows Fast
• No Pesticides
• Saves on Water
• Food Tastes Better
• Grows Food without Soil
• Does Not Rely on Rain
• Ability to Grow Anywhere
• Can Be Located In Community

... Also, the Solar Application Will Provide:
• Power to run CPAP Machines
• Power to charge cell phones to call for medical assistance
• Power to refrigerate medicines or food
• Power to see illuminate the nights
• Power to grow food
• Power to keep cool.

The WEN - BIA Project Team

Wednesday, 10. October 2018, Barber Scotia College, Donate To Community Driven Mini Solar Greenhouse With Hydroponic System Project

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