Appropriate Technology Agro-ecology and sustainable communities in Mission Work In Haiti<br />High impact mission projects...
Deforestation and loss of topsoil<br />
Main Market in Port au Prince<br />
Meeting at a Dry Land Farm<br />
Sustainable infrastructure and appropriate technology improvements for the School Lunch Program and School in general<br /...
The Farmer and the Children<br />
Pyrolytic stoves (with kitchen improvements)<br /><ul><li>Smoke from Cooking fires kill thousands of women and children in...
Charcoal costs for cooking average 40% of monthly budget for many Haitian families ($275/month for Charcoal in School Lunc...
Deforestation and destruction of new growth continues because charcoal is so valuable/expensive</li></li></ul><li>The Scho...
Charcoal at the market<br />
Pyrolytic Stove Solutions<br />Eliminates most smoke and CO (healthy cooking environment)<br />Can burn almost any dry bio...
Haitian model of the 'Lucia' stove that turns biomass into biochar, and cooks dinner, too<br />
Lucia Stove for Institutional Use<br />
Organic Kitchen/Demonstration Garden(s) and Composting<br />Collaboration between local farmers and school<br />Teach chil...
Meeting with the Farmers<br />
Meeting w/ Farmer Mssr. Ocean<br />
With Farmer Mssr. Ocean<br />
Meeting with Farmer <br />
Kitchen garden location<br />
Underutilized area between Toilet and Kitchen<br />
Land behind Church/School<br />
Sanitation and Hygiene<br />Inadequate public and household sanitation is a major cause of childhood mortality and environ...
Current Toilet - Cesspool Facility<br />
Dry Eco-Sanitation Solutions<br />Dry collection and aerobic composting of human excreta is hygienic, kills all pathogens ...
Jean (Give Love) and Principal<br />
Dry Toilet and Lavatory<br />
Lavatory and Urinal<br />
EcoSan Thermophilic Composter<br />
Bagasse and sawdust<br />
The Big Picture<br />Mission Projects to assist Haitian schools/ communities  develop and evolve sustainably<br />Similari...
Some of the kids<br />
The First School Lunch!<br />
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  • Nathaniel Mulcahy, President Worldstoves
  • Haiti mission

    1. 1. Appropriate Technology Agro-ecology and sustainable communities in Mission Work In Haiti<br />High impact mission projects to provide timely and sustainable solutions for urgent issues in Thomas/in Haiti<br />Bruce Campbell , June 26, 2011 <br />
    2. 2. Deforestation and loss of topsoil<br />
    3. 3. Main Market in Port au Prince<br />
    4. 4. Meeting at a Dry Land Farm<br />
    5. 5. Sustainable infrastructure and appropriate technology improvements for the School Lunch Program and School in general<br />School is microcosm of community<br />Pyrolytic Stoves and Kitchen Improvements<br />Organic Kitchen Garden(s) and Composting<br />Bio-sand Filters<br />Dry Eco-sanitation<br />Greywater collection and use<br />Rainwater harvest and water harvesting earthworks<br />Permaculture Approaches to restore soils, watersheds and sustainable communities<br />
    6. 6. The Farmer and the Children<br />
    7. 7. Pyrolytic stoves (with kitchen improvements)<br /><ul><li>Smoke from Cooking fires kill thousands of women and children in Haiti every year (CO poisoning and chronic lung damage)
    8. 8. Charcoal costs for cooking average 40% of monthly budget for many Haitian families ($275/month for Charcoal in School Lunch Program)
    9. 9. Deforestation and destruction of new growth continues because charcoal is so valuable/expensive</li></li></ul><li>The School Kitchen<br />
    10. 10. Charcoal at the market<br />
    11. 11. Pyrolytic Stove Solutions<br />Eliminates most smoke and CO (healthy cooking environment)<br />Can burn almost any dry biomass (inexpensive & eliminates need for wood/deforestation)<br />Can produce valuable by-product/income stream: bio-char<br />Carbon negative<br />Possible small businesses fabricating pyrolytic stoves<br />Working with WorldStove President<br />
    12. 12. Haitian model of the 'Lucia' stove that turns biomass into biochar, and cooks dinner, too<br />
    13. 13. Lucia Stove for Institutional Use<br />
    14. 14. Organic Kitchen/Demonstration Garden(s) and Composting<br />Collaboration between local farmers and school<br />Teach children / parents how to grow nutritious organic food sustainably <br />Grow food for School Lunch Program<br />Need to clear space(s) for kitchen garden(s) and composting bins (food forest landscape)<br />Trial, Demonstration and Instructional Garden (farmers, school and community)<br />Teach science and sustainability through garden concepts<br />
    15. 15. Meeting with the Farmers<br />
    16. 16. Meeting w/ Farmer Mssr. Ocean<br />
    17. 17. With Farmer Mssr. Ocean<br />
    18. 18. Meeting with Farmer <br />
    19. 19. Kitchen garden location<br />
    20. 20. Underutilized area between Toilet and Kitchen<br />
    21. 21. Land behind Church/School<br />
    22. 22. Sanitation and Hygiene<br />Inadequate public and household sanitation is a major cause of childhood mortality and environmental degradation<br />Pit toilets and cesspools dominant technology<br />Ground and surface water contamination<br />Cholera outbreaks<br />Disease vectors<br />Malodorous and unsanitary<br />
    23. 23. Current Toilet - Cesspool Facility<br />
    24. 24. Dry Eco-Sanitation Solutions<br />Dry collection and aerobic composting of human excreta is hygienic, kills all pathogens and produces a high value/quality organic fertilizer.<br />The Give Love Dry EcoSan system and its successful field implementation<br />UMCOR and UMVIM Pilot project collaboration with Give Love<br />
    25. 25. Jean (Give Love) and Principal<br />
    26. 26. Dry Toilet and Lavatory<br />
    27. 27. Lavatory and Urinal<br />
    28. 28. EcoSan Thermophilic Composter<br />
    29. 29. Bagasse and sawdust<br />
    30. 30. The Big Picture<br />Mission Projects to assist Haitian schools/ communities develop and evolve sustainably<br />Similarities in sustainable organic agriculture/gardening and use of appropriate technologies at the Garden of Grace and Haitian School Program<br />Garden of Grace as a training resource for missionaries preparing for appropriate and sustainable technology projects.<br />
    31. 31. Some of the kids<br />
    32. 32. The First School Lunch!<br />
    33. 33. Thomas EMH School<br />
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