Kenya bread basket or casket
Greetings from Nairobi. Arrived a bit jet lagged but inspired to be in Africa after 30 years. Surprised that Nairobi is such a cosmopolitan city but like every where lots of diversity from the gorgeous Jacaranda hanging purple blossoms like grape clusters to the slums of shiny corrogated iron. AMURT/EL feeds 1,000 kids from the slum every Sunday with the help of Dadas, Didis and the Indian community. And it is work to cook pots and pots of rice and beans.
So the question is can Kenya grow the miracle highest protein food in the world, Spirilina, and become the bread basket of Africa and feed all the hungry.I travel to Kisumu on Lake Victoria and meet a group that plans to grow lots of Spirulina and has had success in treating malnourished children. I meet the twins boys who were given to KKEO at 6 kilos near death and brought back to life and nourished by this green magic stuff.
Tomorrow we go to visit a clinic set up by an ABHA LIGHT homeopathic college graduate and see if they are interested in the prodution of Spirilina.
Still remains and soon to see if any NGO working near the Somalia with the nearly half million starving would like to add Spirulina to the diet of the malnourished.
all the best health and happiness, didi ananda prama