working towards Sustainable Development...                                                "Let your vision be world embracing..."                                                promoting the Oneness of Mankind...                                                "The earth is but one country..."
Urban Farming:
Urban agriculture, or urban gardening is the practice of cultivating, processing and distributing food in or around urban areas. Urban agriculture can also involve animal husbandry, aquaculture, agroforestry, urban beekeeping, and horticulture.
No Dig Farming:
No Dig method of cultivation can be used for two purposes: to provide a rich soil to grow in, and to clear a weed-infested growing area. No-till farming is an agricultural method of growing crops or pasture without disturbing the soil through tillage.
can be eaten either raw or cooked and play an important role in human nutrition, being mostly low in fat and carbohydrates, but high in vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre. See here how to cook them...
Conservation Agriculture in Africa:
is a farming system that promotes maintenance of a permanent soil cover, minimum soil disturbance (i.e. no tillage), and diversification of plant species.
Greening of Arid Lands:
Desert greening is the process of man-made reclamation of deserts for ecological reasons (biodiversity), farming and forestry, but also for reclamation of natural water systems and other ecological systems that support life.
Focus on Africa:
A more extensive coverage of different ideas, from agriculture to construction; from aquaponics to shipping container buildings and earth shelters; worm farms to dome housing and education.
English Courses:
English has become an International Language to enable people all over the world to communicate with each other. However, a common language alone will not break down the prejudices and worn out traditions that divide mankind.
Light of Unity:
"So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth." Investigate the reality of the Oneness of Mankind and the prophecies from Biblical texts about the age we live in today.
Slum Development:
Jobs, sanitation and education are the 3 major needs of people living in slum estates in poor countries. Children are the future of the world who will look after you when you are old!
Dome Houses:
Dome houses would be a good addition to an "eco farm" where local and international students could stay while learning new sustainable agricultural skills and break down the prejudices between people of different race, religion and nations.
Rocket Stoves:
In developing countries, many people must burn wood or charcoal to cook on. The rocket stove uses less wood than the traditional African fireplace...
Toilets for Poor Estates:
Adequate sanitation is the foundation of development - but a decent toilet or latrine is an unknown luxury to half the people on earth...
Import - Export:
Maintaining a good relationship between import and export refers to the balance of trade. Importing goods brings new and exciting products to the local economy
Other Innovative Ideas:
  • Underground Food Storage
  • Simple Grey-Water Treatment System
  • Water Filter Tank
  • Aircrete Foam Generator
Global 9 Services offers a consultancy service to advise and initiate new methods of agriculture in Africa. Whether farmer, NGO or Government Department and would like help, please register your interest below and you will be contacted.
Global 9 Services:
is the personal initiative, a platform for innovation, creativity and service to humanity. It is a project created by Jeremy Smith since 2006. If you would like to be involved or can help sponsor or invest into this project, please don't hesitate to contact him.