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So impressive :)

As we go about our lives, we are suddenly stopped in our tracks by what else is going on in the world! A few days ago, a young friend told me about how she’s helping an organization in Cameroon, a country in Africa, with a project to raise the start up costs for a ‘Moringa Tree Cultivation Project’ there. The purpose of the cultivation is to create a sustainable source of income, food, and medicine for an entire community.

She sent me a link with all the details, and I was truly impressed… So, I did some research and found that the Moringa tree is indeed one of nature’s miracles — all its parts are used for nutritional and medicinal purposes. I loved how one of the scientists in the video I’m posting has called it, “such a generous tree!” This is the link to that very interesting video:

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-moringa-tree-project. The link will also take you to the rest of the information.

The project my young friend is supporting is being run by RUDEC (Rural Development Centre Association Cameroon, who enlisted the help of a group of volunteers registered with the  United Nations Online Volunteering program. They were selected by RUDEC to help develop an income generating project for a small group of women within the Belo Community, in Cameroon. Their research has shown that the cultivation of the fast growing Moringa tree is a sustainable, low cost and high impact activity that can quickly benefit a community…

I say, more power to anyone who uses their time and energy for the benefit of humanity! For those of us who can’t help with time may consider donating what we can — I’m sure they’ll welcome whatever they can have!