"Moringo Oleifera, sometimes known as the Horseradish Tree, is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree distributed world-wide including Haiti.. The Moringa Tree has some unique propriety, the seed cake can be used to purify water. Crushed Moringa seed…"
"Jatropha Biomass: Energy for Future Development Power Point Presentation
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This my first comment since joining the group.
Cholera has raised it head again in Haiti with four dead. The rainy season has begun there which means more deaths will begin as effluent is spread over a greater area. What does this have to do…"
Hi Philip, and welcome. Please make contact with me, re buildings....we are earth-building in La Gonave and have enogh volunteers, but cooperation is the utmost issue in Haiti and world-wide. Thanks for your interest. Orietta L'Abbate CEO AAE Australia Inc, and AAE La Gonave,
P.S Mike Mahowald is the chief in here, but he is very busy, this is why he leaves it up to me to approve new members. I checked your site and I already emailed you in regards to buildings, You can email Mike directly through here of course, Our two associationshave many similar points, so we cooperate where possible. Regards again. Orietta
Your pure plant oil stove idea is not a bad one but please hear me out. I am not in favor of producing a lot of biofuel from agricultural land in Haiti because we beleive in the long run this will produce money for large corporations and leave the farmers with little. The land is needed to produce food first.
But there is a need for some plants like jatropha that is already in Haiti, they make a great live fence. Cold pressing the poison seeds will make biodiesel but this addition process is not needed. We can burn these oily seeds as a clean fuel in a TLUD cook stove which also make biochar.
Keep in touch because we are working with Paul Anderson on this project now and hope to bring them to Haiti soon.