Community Moringa Project:
Black grow bags will be purchased
seeds distributed to the leaders. The children will be taught
using the Moringa seed as a visual aid. A children’s
colouring Moringa book has been produced, in various languages
and will teach them the nutritional
and medicinal values of Moringa and can also be used
as educational posters for their schools and churches.
The little saplings
once established will be taken home by children within the
community and planted outside their homes.
sessions will be hosted to educate the parents about the nutritional
and health benefits of Moringa. An educational Moringa booklet
has been produce and will be printed in Africa in either English,
Swahili, Tumbuka or Chichewi as a means of health
and nutritional adult education.
The children and parents will be educated
on Moringa's suitability as animal
fodder and other trees such as Mulberry
the Biblical Sycamore will be introduced with the Zacchaeus
They will be taught all the various stages
Moringa and numerous Moringa
We will be hosting
8 sessions with 5 different countries represented.
We have estimated the cost of
US $200 per session and any contributions will be greatly
After this initial African pilot project it is our desire
to establish a similar project though the Primary Schools
Utilizing our contacts already
made through the Make Jesus Smile shoebox project.
Please consider coming on board for this initial
Pilot project and get exposure on island at the beginning of the
new school term and throughout.
All donations which are tax deductable can be made
United Caribbean Trust
First Caribbean Bank
Or cheques can be posted to:
United Caribbean Trust
P O Box 5123, Warrens, St Michael Barbados
Africa Rabbit Feeding Program:
We are believing God that we
will be able to establish a rabbit feeding program for each
of our African PowerClubs, including Hope PowerClub.
Moringa leaf meal (MOLM) can
be used to improve daily weight gain in rabbits
Moringa is non-toxic
to rabbits at least at the 20% diet inclusion level.
It has the potential to reduce cholesterol
level in blood and the meat of rabbits.
Moringa leaf meal (MOLM) could be used to replace
soyabean meal (SBM) partially or completely in rabbit diets as
a non-conventional protein source.
A major constraint to livestock production
in developing countries is the scarcity and fluctuating
quantity and quality of the year-round feed supply. To be
able to substitute with leafy plants like Moringa is a great
Below is the latest video from Shape
Lives Moringa Farm .
ABCD's Africa land for the Moringa Projects
10 acres have been identified in Tanzania
on the outskirts of Mbeya, where UCT has our Tanzania Headquarters
managed by Pastor David Akondowe
The land is rich
and productive growing coffee, maize and fodder grass for
cattle. There are two streams running along the boarder and
it is just a few minutes walk from a large river.
Thanks to a donation UCT is purchasing this
land for our Tanzania Moringa Pilot Project working with
the children from the Kisses
from Heaven PowerClub.
UCT/ABCD already owns land in Bugiri in Eastern
Uganda close to the Kenyan border where we are trusting God
to launch our first Moringa Pilot Project.
Seen here Jenny (back left) with Pastor
Abraham, the Uganda UCT Representative holding the hoe
that was used to plant a memorial tree on the boundary of
the land. In the front is Mama Pinos (left) and (right) Pastor
Paul who will be the resident Pastor of this project.
UCT already owns land in Uluwa in Malawi where
we are believing God to launch our first Moringa Pilot Project.
Next to the donated land is lovely flat land
and for US $1,500 we could purchase further land seen
here which runs down close to the shores of Lake
to sponsor our African PowerClub.
Your US $30 per month will enable us
- Feed your sponsored child at the church PowerClub
three times a week, after school utilizing Moringa as a dietary
- It will enable him/her to attend the African
PowerClub three times a week.
- It will supply all necessary materials needed
to host the PowerClub
- It will enable us to train more teachers in the
KIMI program and get this excellent program into the schools of
Africa once a week
- It will enable us to print KIMI curriculums and
handbooks for local churches and schools including teaching and
training more Pastors and Sunday School teachers.
- It will allow us to host teacher refresher classes
once a quarter to update them on new KIMI curriculums
- It will allow us to build rabbit pens and purchase
rabbits and all that is needed to establish a rabbit feeding program
for the PowerClubs.
UNITED CARIBBEAN TRUST BARBADOS BANK
First Caribbean International Bank Bds Ltd
Super Centre Complex, Warrens
Account number 1001092544