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Haiti Benzoliv School Project

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The United Caribbean Trust (UCT) team traveled to Africa on a five week humanitarian trip in September 2015.

Jenny introducing the Africa Community Moringa project feeding African orphans street children boy soldiers and abused girl

Jenny Tryhane, the founder of UCT, led the Barbados arm of the humanitarian team travelling to Africa joined by Lisa Gardier, our new Africa Coordinator.

We now want to introduce a similar program in devestated Haitian schools.

 

Jenny introducing the Africa Community Moringa project feeding African orphans street children boy soldiers and abused girls

Africa Community Moringa project feeding African orphans street children boy soldiers and abused girls



  United Caribbean Trust Benzoliv the miracle tree Growing Benzoliv in Haiti Processing Benzoliv in Haiti
 

Haiti Community Benzoliv Project:

A seed stock of Benzoliv seeds is being established to distribute to the Pastors and schools in Haiti.

The children will be taught farming principles using the Benzoliv seed as a visual aid.

A children’s colouring Benzoliv book has been produced, in Haitian Creol and will teach them the nutritional and medicinal values of Benzoliv that can also be used as educational posters for their schools and churches.

A 4 week Benzoliv children's curriculum has been developed to educate the children on the importance of Benzoliv as well as teach them about planting the Jesus seed and the Sowers Parable, using the Benzoliv as a visual aid over 4 weeks until the plant is established and ready for planting.

 

The little saplings once established will be taken home by children within the community and planted outside their homes. They will also be able to take an adult Benzoliv Eduational Brochure for their parents, that will also have an evangelism outreach bringing Hope to these families.

Jenny Tryhane, founder of UCT and Director of the Africa Bureau of Children's Discipleship introduced the African Community Moringa Project in preparation for establishing Food for Life Africa which can be reproduced in Haiti.

The little saplings once established will be taken home and planted outside their homes.

Africa Community Moringa Project:

Adult training sessions will be hosted to educate the parents about the nutritional and health benefits of Benzoliv. An Educational Benzoliv French booklet has been produce and will be printed in Haiti as a means of health and nutritional adult education.

These sessions are excellent means to introduce the Stonecroft Bible Studies into the adult communities.

The children will be educated at school on Benzoliv's suitability as animal fodder and other trees eventually such as Mulberry the Biblical Sycamore will be introduced with the Zacchaeus story! A 4 week children's curriculum has been completed to introduce into the Primary schools.

Africa Community Moringa Project:

A special Salvation Flip Chart has been produced in different languages.

Molly the Moringa Seed (English)

Makena Mbegu Mlonge (Swahili)

Neli pa Mbewu ya Nsangowa (Chichewa)

Beatrice the Benzoliv seed (Haitian Creol)

 

They will be taught all the various stages of processing Benzoliv and numerous Benzoliv recipes.

Barbados Community Moringa Project:


After this initial African pilot project it is our desire to establish a similar project though the Primary Schools in Haiti.

As well as Barbados 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.

We are hoping that the children of Barbados will sponsor a child in Afria or Haiti to go through this program it will cost US $1 per child per month!

Cheques can be written out to United Caribbean Trust and posted to:

United Caribbean Trust

P O Box 5123, Warrens, St Michael Barbados

Haiti Rabbit Feeding Program:

Moringa leaf meal (MOLM) can be used to improve daily weight gain in rabbits

We are believing God that we will be able to establish a rabbit feeding program for each of our Haiti PowerPlay Child Care Centres..

Benzoliv leaf meal (BLM) can be used to improve daily weight gain in rabbits

Benzoliv 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) can be used to improve daily weight gain in rabbits

Benzoliv leaf meal (BLM) could be used to replace soyabean meal (SBM) partially or completely in rabbit diets as a non-conventional protein source.

Moringa

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 Benzoliv is a great benefit.

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Help us to sponsor our Haitian Community Benzoliv School Project.

Your US $30 per month will enable us to:

  1. Feed your sponsored child at the church PowerClub three times a week, after school utilizing Benzoliv as a dietary supplement.
  2. It will supply all necessary materials needed to host the PowerClub
  3. It will enable us to train more teachers in the KIMI program and get this excellent program into the schools of Haiti once a week starting with our 4 week French curriculum.
  4. 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.
  5. It will allow us to host teacher refresher classes once a quarter to update them on new KIMI curriculums
  6. 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.
  7. UNITED CARIBBEAN TRUST BARBADOS BANK ACCOUNT:

    First Caribbean International Bank Bds Ltd

    Super Centre Complex, Warrens

    St. Michael, Barbados

    Account number 1001092544

 
 
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