Stephen HintonApplications Manager
Where are you going?To workWhy?I have to…If I don’t I won’t get paidAnd then what?I won’t get food on my plate or a roofov...
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4Where are you going?To workWhy?I have to…If I don’t I won’t get paidAnd then what?I won’t get food on my plateor a roof o...
How can we talk about it?
Food security = entrepreneurshipEntrepreneurship = prosperityProsperity = markets
Brand StrategyC S RSustainable development,Business impact on food securityHuman right to water and food
Not focus on WHAT you doMorehow people FEEL as a resultof what you do
•The Humanitarian Water and Food Awardhighlights and rewards groundbreakingprojects that are using effective solutions top...
The Award searchesfor people creatingfood and watersecurity forthemselves andthose around themin a way that caresfor the E...
The Award searchesfor people creatingfood and watersecurity forthemselves andthose around themin a way that caresfor the E...
Grow local Eat LocalUsing the power of the Internet, SEANET helps schools develop school gardens that feedstudents and sti...
CATCH, KEEP, USE RAINWATERKatosi womens development trust  trains women masons in the community inthe skills of rainwater ...
Community and kindnessIn Todmorden, UK they grow food together everywhere and encourage people to take whatthey need. They...
Intimate knowledge of where you liveCHRP in Maharashtra State: Community members create a detailed map of thevillage to id...
Let nature do its workIn Growing Power’s aquaponics, plants clean the water that is fed to fish by gravity. The fishput nu...
Influence government using whatworksThe municipality of Port Elizabeth is willing to pay for watershed services and is inn...
Bring Science close to peopleMSSRF set up 17 village knowledge centres to bridge the rural-urban knowledgedivide
Expressions“Ours is not an innovation in technology but rather, aninnovation of the people within each community, to bring...
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The Humanitarian Water and Food Award's view: if the business of your business is not resulting in food on the table and roof over the head then that business has no business doiing business

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  1. 1. Stephen HintonApplications Manager
  2. 2. Where are you going?To workWhy?I have to…If I don’t I won’t get paidAnd then what?I won’t get food on my plate or a roofover my head
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  4. 4. 4Where are you going?To workWhy?I have to…If I don’t I won’t get paidAnd then what?I won’t get food on my plateor a roof over my headWhere are you going?To workWhy?I have to…If I don’t I won’t get paidAnd then what?I won’t get food on my plateor a roof over my headWhere are you going?To workWhy?I have to…If I don’t I won’t get paidAnd then what?I won’t get food on my plate or aroof over my headWhere are you going?To workWhy?I have to…If I don’t I won’t get paidAnd then what?I won’t get food on my plateor a roof over my headWho says their business isn’t about food security?
  5. 5. How can we talk about it?
  6. 6. Food security = entrepreneurshipEntrepreneurship = prosperityProsperity = markets
  7. 7. Brand StrategyC S RSustainable development,Business impact on food securityHuman right to water and food
  8. 8. Not focus on WHAT you doMorehow people FEEL as a resultof what you do
  9. 9. •The Humanitarian Water and Food Awardhighlights and rewards groundbreakingprojects that are using effective solutions toprovide water and grow food sustainably tomake the knowledge and technology fromthese projects globally available for thosecommunities that are struggling.
  10. 10. The Award searchesfor people creatingfood and watersecurity forthemselves andthose around themin a way that caresfor the Earth
  11. 11. The Award searchesfor people creatingfood and watersecurity forthemselves andthose around themin a way that caresfor the Earth
  12. 12. Grow local Eat LocalUsing the power of the Internet, SEANET helps schools develop school gardens that feedstudents and stimulate community gardens that in turn feed local residents and helpthem get going with cash crops
  13. 13. CATCH, KEEP, USE RAINWATERKatosi womens development trust  trains women masons in the community inthe skills of rainwater harvesting and  building water tanks. 
  14. 14. Community and kindnessIn Todmorden, UK they grow food together everywhere and encourage people to take whatthey need. They show kindness works, and it is spreading to 33 other towns.
  15. 15. Intimate knowledge of where you liveCHRP in Maharashtra State: Community members create a detailed map of thevillage to identify water catchment areas. Then they landscape to retain the wateras long as possible for agriculture.
  16. 16. Let nature do its workIn Growing Power’s aquaponics, plants clean the water that is fed to fish by gravity. The fishput nutrients into the water which is pumped up to the plants
  17. 17. Influence government using whatworksThe municipality of Port Elizabeth is willing to pay for watershed services and is innegotiation with the initiative Living Lands which has restored the water table as aresult of bringing together local landowners, experts and residents
  18. 18. Bring Science close to peopleMSSRF set up 17 village knowledge centres to bridge the rural-urban knowledgedivide
  19. 19. Expressions“Ours is not an innovation in technology but rather, aninnovation of the people within each community, to bringabout social change and, thereby, uplift everyone frompoverty and disease”The Comprehensive Rural Health Project, Jamkhed (CRHP)

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