Wild animals are more important to save the ecology of the environment so don’t destroy the forests.
Wildlife is the most important for our ecology system. If ecosystems break then our environment will be affected by that. So we want to protect wildlife.
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Millions of people around the world live under a lower scale of poverty. They do not get pure, safe and sound drinking water. So we are trying to serve them pure health water for their better future.
In today's world we know that many people do not get their food daily. It is very difficult for us in today's world that people do not get their food. So we opened a project called "No people will die without eating"
People in Africa, Philistine, afghanistan, Livia and many other countries are not getting the proper medical treatment. So we have open a slogan and a project called “people will not suffer for medical treatment”
Education is the backbone of a nation. But many children do not get a chance to go to school due to their poverty. So we are raising funds for a project called education for everyone and every child will go to school.
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You can send the donation to us for helping the poor. If you don’t want to give us then help the poor directly.
Money is not always the way to help the poor. You can get involved by giving them anything that you are capable of.
Your donation will help us save and improve lives with research, education and emergency care.
Over 20,000 deaths annually are currently attributable to indoor air pollution (IAP), and many thousands more Kenyans lose their lives due unquantified consequences of Indoor Air Pollution and other harms like kerosene burns and poisonings.
Kenya loses 10.3 million m3 of wood from its forests every year from firewood and charcoal consumption, a major contributor to the country’s 0.3% annual deforestation rate.
Black Carbon emissions contribute 25 million tonnes of CO2 eq. each year, approximately ~40% of Kenya’s total GHG emissions.
Wood and charcoal cooking leads to approximately 1 hour lost for urban women while their rural counterparts can spend over four hours considering wood collection. This is a time burden that can be avoided with efficient clean cooking fuels and stoves.
The number one priority is to ensure that no food is diverted for processing, thus avoiding food insecurity. Improved agricultural practices will result in increased productivity per unit of land. This will strengthen the existing production of cassava and allow continued household consumption while excess cassava will be sold for processing
Ethanol is a renewable clean liquid biofuel produced via a fermentation and distillation process from cassava flour. Cassava will be converted into sugar and the sugar will be fermented to cooking grade fuel for use in the home.
Biogas generation will offset the heat and power requirements for ongoing operations with the option of supplying the grid and neighbouring communities.
Dietary fibre or roughage is a valuable- plant-derived co-product that cannot be completely broken down by human digestive enzymes and therefore enhances digestive health. The soluble fibres in cassava include uronic acid, pectin and β-glucans. These have nutraceutical value, including hypocholesterolaemic and hypoglycaemic effects, which are important for diabetes management.
Liquid and solid fractions obtained from the anaerobic digestion of cassava by-products, including peels, starch, fibre residues and waste water are good sources of biofertilizer, as they contain living microorganisms that increase the supply and availability of primary nutrients to the host plant.
Kenya is a net importer of both starch and sweeteners, which have wide application in food and beverage industries. Producing starch and sweeteners locally will prevent externalization of foreign exchange and also allow participation in the export market.