Resources – Financing   

                                                 
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And every 3.6 seconds a person dies of hunger.    

75% of them are children.  

Here’s A Simple 7-Step ACTION PLAN For Financing, Building And

Maintaining A Life-Saving Aquaponic Community Feeding System

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you want to help provide a life-sustaining community feeding systems to your community of a community you know of throughout the world here's what to do next: Download and forward a copy of this Article - New Technologies Will Solve World Food Shortages, Hunger, Starvation - And All The Money Needed To Implement It Here to all you think may be interested in providing a continuous self-sustaining source of food to your own or a hungry community somewhere in the world you know of.



   - Create more research into new wheat strains.

   - Create rapid response mechanism to deal with drought in producer countries. 

Response to the Proposed Solution:  “Fixing the global food system and ending the food price crisis requires major surgery, measures are needed to stop the prices from rising in the first place,” said Jean-Cyril Dagorn of Oxfam.  Global farm groups have called for more market regulation, but that’s been resisted by more free market-oriented governments. But The Biggest Future Problem According to a recent U.N. study, David Nabarro, special representative on food security and nutrition said that a repeat of 2008 is very likely and shortages of food, water and power are bound to create social anxiety and political instability.  

Prices will be 20% - 30% higher for cereal and meat.  

With global population expected to increase from 6.9 to 9 billion by 2050, the problem of feeding the world put FOOD SECURITY at the top of the G-20 summit’s agenda. 

The best most effective solution to FOOD SECURITY and the WORLD HUNGER PROBLEM? 

Read on . . . 

Resources - Aquaponic Community Feeding Systems

Established in 1994, Morning Star Fishermen (
morningstarfishermen.org)  Phone/Fax (352) 523-2722, (msfmail@morningstarfishermen.org) is a non-profit, located in Dade City, Florida, USA offers a number of education resources for those interested in tilapia aqua culture and raising culture plants and vegetables “aquaponically”, including training manuals, educational presentations, and small scale systems perfect for use in a classroom or other learning environments.

Problem: Unstable world food prices causing global instability, especially in poorer countries.    
Big Problem: Rising energy prices in 2008 promoted a jump in food prices, that sparked riots in almost 24 countries over 3 continents.  

Proposed G-20 Solution: G-20 Agriculture Ministers agreed to calm world food market prices by establishing:

   - A transparent system to track global supplies.


   - Set up emergency food reserves

Aquaponic feeding systems from Morning Star Fishermen (morningstarfishermen.org)

Morning Star Fishermen (morningstarfishermen.org Phone/Fax (352) 523-2722, in Dade City,  Florida, USA (msfmail@morningstarfishermen.org) offers short term courses in aqua culture and aquaponics. These courses are designed to teach basic knowledge and the methods of successfully growing tilapia and aquaponics plants. Their focus is on simple, sustainable techniques that can be used on a “back yard” scale as well as larger commercial scales.

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At Last! New Technologies Will Solve World Food Shortages,
Hunger, Starvation - And All The Money Needed To Implement Them

Bobby Burnett, Founder of Love A Child, Inc. with huge tilapia raised in their Tilapia Farm.

Two months after receiving the Pulitzer, Kevin Carter, overwhelmed with pain, committed suicide. "I'm really, really sorry," explained his suicide note, “the pain of life overrides the joy to the point that joy does not exist." 


Yet today, February 2016, 24 years later, over 800 MILLION PEOPLE in the world STILL GO TO BED HUNGRY each and every day.


What about the U.S.? 15.9 MILLION under the age of 18 do not get enough nutrition to live a healthy lifestyle. (Statistics from U.S. Department Agriculture).



Founders Hans and Sigrid Geissler  

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The Kiva.org staff in San Francisco, California, USA.

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Download a copy of New Technologies Solve World Food Shortages, Hunger, Starvation Here

This world famous picture is of a Sudanese child       (we call him Sammy) being stalked by a vulture.

The child died of starvation trying to make his way  to a feeding station in 1993.

1. Educate your team, order educational instructions, videos and training manuals like Raising Tilapia for Community Development Manual for aquaponic fish and vegetable systems from the Morning Star Fishermen Training Center morningstarfishermen.org    Phone/Fax (352) 523-2722, in Dade City, Florida, USA msfmail@morningstarfishermen.org.

2. Decide and plan what size and type of aquaponic community feeding system (to grow fish and/or vegetables) you want to build and maintain.  

3. Fund your project to build and operate your aquaponic community feeding system from private donations and/or use
Kiva.org (one of a number of international microfunding companies available to get loans and make it easy for folks anywhere in the world to contribute to your project). 

4. Order and source the necessary components to build your feeding system.  

5. Build and stock your system with fingerlings (baby fish) and plantings. 

6. Administer and set up a plan to maintain your feeding system and train others. 

7. Tell others about your feeding system and success and what you’ve learned about building and maintaining your community feeding system.

In 1994, the photojournalist who took this picture that shocked the entire world, Kevin Carter, won the Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.      

BELOW: A Morning Star Fishermen Aquaponic Community Feeding System At Work

Expert Hans Geissler from Morning Star Fishermen (
morningstarfishermen.org Phone/Fax (352) 523-2722, msfmail@morningstarfishermen.org) went to Haiti to set up this Tilapia Fram Farm and Training Center (Below - loveachild.com/tilapia-fish-farm) for missionaries Bobby and Sherry Burnett from LoveAChild.com. He also taught the people how to raise tilapia. They started with 275 fry (babies) and now have over 10,000 fish of all sizes.

This Tilapia Farm and Training Center (below) gives the Haitian people two things they desperately need, food and an opportunity to learn to feed themselves.

Morning Star Fishermen’s (morningstarfishermen.org  Phone/Fax (352) 523-2722, Email msfmail@morningstarfishermen.org) main facility (below) contains a fish hatchery, a commercial scale aquaponic system, wet lab, and classroom. The hatchery has a 9,000 gallon tank capacity, fish grow-out section has a 36,000 gallon capacity and plant cultivation section has 1,000 ft of growing area under a greenhouse.   

Just recently, since energy prices spiked in 2008, there have been FOOD RIOTS in 24 nations, according to the UN.

What has changed to prevent world hunger since 1993? What has changed to stop the needless suffering and deaths and riots in 24 nations? And what does this mean to you? 

Virtually nothing has changed, world food supplies and price stability has gotten worse.  

What you’re about to learn may startle you.  

On June 24, 2011, the world’s largest economies, the G-20 Agriculture Ministers met in Paris, France to stabilize world food prices.


Here’s the Wall Street Journal article about the G-20 Agriculture Ministers’ meeting: 

Contact Morning Star Fishermen:
Mr. Hans Geissler, Morning Star Fishermen Founder 
33336 Old Saint Joe Road, Dade City, Florida 33525, U.S.A. 
Phone/Fax: (352) 523-2722
Email:
msfmail@morningstarfishermen.org  Web: www.morningstarfishermen.org

Contact Love A Child, Inc.: 
Love A Child, Inc. 9304 Camden Field Parkway, Riverview, FL  33578 USA 
Phone: (813) 621-7263
Email:
info@lachaiti.org Web: www.loveachild.com
Mail letters or contributions: Love A Child, Inc., P.O. Box 30744, Tampa, FL 33630 USA