We are all very excited that Humanity Africa is going into the next phase of rural development in Mkushi Zambia.
We are bringing 52 more farmers into the fold that will farm for market using the Bio Intensive Organic agriculture in line with the United Nations proposal on a system of agriculture that does not only apply climate mitigation, but reduce reduce water usage dramatically, is regenerative as far as soil health is concerned and leads to less input cost for farmers and relates to more profit for farmers.
We will use the first office building as the first structure to roll out and scale the rest of the project with food and nutritional processing plants to follow giving the farmers a market for what they produce.
We will in the near future build on our supplementary educational model as well as overseeing the building and equipping Katemo Community School from this office.
The project is based on National development and whole systems design having a positive impact on every aspect of our community.
We wish to thank all our sponsors, staff as well as our international support groups for the role they play in bringing a better world to being.
This is the 3D rendering of our site office that will serve multiple functions until we build the second phase.
we will be doing videos and live streaming during our opening of the new site and the laying of the cornerstone to earmark a new reality of development in Zambia.

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Solar energy in rural Zambia

Energy is a vital ingredient to the development of rural communities and for poverty eradication. Ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all is a fundamental development goal that can be implemented regions such as rural Zambia.  According to the United Nations over 4.3 million people die due to indoor pollution resulting from cooking and heating with unsustainable fuels. Renewable and alternative energy resources could create the fastest and most efficient solutions to these types of issues.

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There is a variety of  renewable energy sources such as wind and hydropower, but solar energy would be the best to implement in rural Zambia because of the geographic characteristics of Zambia. Solar power has immense potential in Zambia where days are and the shortest day in the year having approximately 11 hours of sunlight. In association to this solar power is both economically sustainable and is environmentally friendly. Solar panel manufacturers offer the 25 year standard solar panel warranty, meaning that power output should not be less than 80% of rated power after 25 years, making solar power extremely sustainable.

Solar power is captured when energy from the sun is converted into electricity or used to heat air, water, or other fluids. This solar power could be implemented into the homes of Zambians through a system that carries solar panels on the rooftops of homes and/or schools and hospitals. Likewise, street lamps and house lamps can be, too, solar powered.

Because the people of rural Zambia lack the resource
s and the economic sustainability to afford electricity and powered stoves, lamps, heat, etc the use of solar power in these communities can be life changing to the most vulnerable people. Solar energy could potentially improve the livelihoods of students, mothers, professors, farmers, and families in general.

Solar powered lamps can improve educational practices for both professors and students. This resource would allow them to study or prepare for class at any time and even during the hours of darkness. More importantly, students would have the opportunity to use lamps to study at home without using homemade kerosene lamps that emit toxic smoke. Mothers could also use the solar energy by powering stoves and ovens to be able to cook without the possibility of intoxicating themselves or their families. Solar lights also neutralise the fire risk posed by candles and kerosene lamps and are also also free of toxic emissions. In hospitals and schools, having solar powered heaters and the opportunity to boil water would improve the health of the community overall by preventing possible diseases.

The implementation of renewable energy has the potential to develop the livelihoods of entire communities. Solar power reduces the risk of intoxication for many families, not to mention the economic sustainability that it offers. Although there is a cost during the initial development of the project, the long term sustainability of solar power makes
it a cost effective initiative.

Moringa and its health benefits


Moringa has been called the tree of life for years now. But why has it been called the tree of life? Moringa contains an unbelievably high amount of vitamins and minerals enough to improve the lives of many people around the globe. Moringa contains 9 times the protein of yogurt, 10 times the vitamin A of carrots, 15 times the potassium of bananas, 17 times the calcium of milk, 12 times the vitamin C of oranges, 25 times the iron of spinach. Because of all of these great characteristics, Moringa is known to cure or prevent more than 300 diseases.

It is rich in antioxidants, quercetin, and chlorogenic acid which lowers blood sugar levels. However, this is not the only way in which Moringa benefits people currently suffering from diabetes, it may also help prevent diabetic retinopathy because of its abundance of vitamin A. Diabetic Retinopathy is a complication caused by high blood sugar levels that affects and damages the retina and can lead to blindness if untreated. Type one diabetes may benefit as well because of the vitamin C it contains which can decrease the risk of chest pain, heart attacks and more.

Moringa can also act as an iron supplement for women. Iron is an essential mineral important for proper nutrition and health. Women are more likely to have iron deficiencies, especially women who are pregnant or nursing. Iron can also help maintain a clear mind and help with concentration as it helps your brain receive enough oxygen through your blood and aid in the transmission of nerve impulses. Alike from this, Moringa can lower stress levels due to the high amounts of magnesium that help fight stress by helping your nervous system function normally.

As a result of this, Moringa can help to lower high blood pressure. People who suffer from high blood pressure generally lack calcium, magnesium, potassium, Zinc, and Vitamin E. Along with helping the muscles and nervous system relax, moringa contains vitamins and minerals that work together to prevent high blood pressure by keeping the blood vessels strong and elastic.

Moringa can also give an energy boost every morning. It works both ways by helping you reduce tiredness and fatigue and by giving an energy boost. Moringa contains high amounts of iron and magnesium, which fight tiredness and fatigue along with vitamin A which helps metabolize iron. Although Moringa is caffeine free, it provides the perfect energy boost from its combination of vitamin B as well as magnesium and potassium. The high levels of iron, calcium, and magnesium also help boost your metabolism to keep your body balanced and full of energy.