AIDS – Water – Orphans and the African Crisis

February 10th, 2021 by dayat No comments »

When working to overcome the humanitarian challenges in Africa the task may seem overwhelming and yet there are some folks who are willing to meet those challenges head on. Take the small non-profit group of KENWA for instance; there plan is not just to stop AIDS but it is a more encompassing plan one, which includes education, water supplies, taking care of orphans and combating AIDS.

Water is a critical issue in many places in Africa and just recently new technologies have been coming into place. The “Water from Thin Air” technologies are well on there way it seems, as we keep reading about them in the Science Journals and that means prices will be coming down too and mass production will make them available. The process is simple and so this is one possible solution.

Sustainable agriculture is a must and cultural change from within is a must too. KENWA is working through all these challenging issues. Education will not be easy as many of these children have parents dying of AIDS, many are orphans and so many need food and shelter. Indeed, they also need an education, for soon they will be running things, a responsibility that they will have to face. Just listening to the story the other day on NPR, brought a tear to my eye;

It is great to see some group like KENWA is battling against the odds to set precedence in Africa, using a multi-faceted approach to solving these grave problems. Of course they do need your help. I certainly hope this article is of interest and that is has propelled thought. The goal is simple; to help you in your quest to be the best in 2007. I thank you for readin

See Who is Protecting American Source Water

January 10th, 2021 by dayat No comments »

Source Water Protection-Band Aid

In a recent study, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concluded that septic systems are the number one potential contaminant threat in the U.S. That threat increases significantly with the age of a community. The older a community is, the greater the chance of failing septic systems and potential for contamination leading to the spread of waterborne diseases, which can be more disadvantageous particularly to the elderly population, likely due to degenerative diseases and nutritional deficiencies.

As rural America is changing from agrarian to higher-population dense residential communities- septic systems and private wells in closer proximity increase the chances of a source water contamination-however, there are still several reasons to be encouraged.

Several communities, are working in an effort to protect and manage their own resources. This endeavor promises great financial benefits and community savings in the long run, as the cost of dealing with contaminated groundwater ranges from 30 to more than 200 times the cost of watershed management and proper wellhead protection.

You may think maintaining the critical, well needed infrastructure can be very expensive; but the cost of neglecting to maintain and protect them might be a lot more costly.

Other considerations related to the age of some communities, is the fact that setbacks, wells, and septic installation standards are a relatively recent development-it is not uncommon to find unsealed wells/wellheads less than 50 feet away from septic systems in many old, rural communities, especially where most of the younger people have moved away, and the older population who are less educated and set in their ways; feel the need to fend for themselves.

Education, awareness and a willingness to change are important components in the first vital steps toward ensuring the protection of source water; but getting the people educated enough to be willing to take actions and bring the situation under control while containing cost however, is much more easily said than done.

Lately every day we hear about Climate change.. who will take the initiative to protect and preserve our Water Sources. Water, like gold is precious…

Community Cooperation Through education, innovation, conservation!

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