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Moringa Olifera: A “Miracle Plant” for Development
a Pecha Kucha presentation to
Media and Civil Society Leaders in Badin,...
Our meeting today aims to highlight:
The ways in which Moringa Olifera (Sohanjana) may add real value to
development progr...
Directly addressing malnutrition with Moringa(1 of 2)
Numerous options exist for humans to access this fast-growing
miracl...
Directly addressing malnutrition with Moringa(2 of 2)
Vitamin A: 10 x more than Carrots
Vitamin B1: 4 x more than Meat
Vit...
Providing
• Hair loss and mood swings in Menopause;
• High Cholesterol levels;
• Worm infestation;
• Skin diseases;
• Low ...
Enhancing
• Increasing
• Increasing
• Increasing
Contact:
Chris (Hamza) Wardle
Programme Development Advisor
Rural Aid International
Mobile: 032 233 3340
Email: cjwarde@gm...
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An outline of the ways in which Moringa Olifera may add real value to development programmes, through:
1) Directly addressing malnutrition;
2) Providing ancillary health benefits;
3) Enhancing animal health and productivity;
4) Reducing household expenditure; and
5) Increasing income.

Approaches to community engagement and partnership are also outlined in this brief Pech-Kucha presentation (20 slides for 20 seconds each).

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  1. 1. Moringa Olifera: A “Miracle Plant” for Development a Pecha Kucha presentation to Media and Civil Society Leaders in Badin, Pakistan by Christopher John Wardle on behalf of on July 30, 2018.
  2. 2. Our meeting today aims to highlight: The ways in which Moringa Olifera (Sohanjana) may add real value to development programmes, through: 1) Directly addressing malnutrition; 2) Providing ancillary health benefits; 3) Enhancing animal health and productivity; 4) Reducing household expenditure; and 5) Increasing income.
  3. 3. Directly addressing malnutrition with Moringa(1 of 2) Numerous options exist for humans to access this fast-growing miracle plant's bio-availability: • Leaf - as Saag, Salad and Teas, or added to Roti or Chawal; • Green vegetable pods - as Subzi, Salon or Daal; • Dried seeds - crushed for Oil; • Roots - as a fresh vegetable, or as a base for Achar and Pickles.
  4. 4. Directly addressing malnutrition with Moringa(2 of 2) Vitamin A: 10 x more than Carrots Vitamin B1: 4 x more than Meat Vitamin B2: 50 times more than Fish Vitamin B3: 50 x more than Beans Vitamin E: 4 x more than Corn Oil Beta Carotene: 4 x more than Carrots Iron: 50 x more than Spinach Zinc: 6 x more than Almonds Potassium: 15 x more than Bananas Calcium: 17 x more than Milk ... and a host of other bonuses.
  5. 5. Providing • Hair loss and mood swings in Menopause; • High Cholesterol levels; • Worm infestation; • Skin diseases; • Low Libido; • Joint pain; and • Diabetes.
  6. 6. Enhancing • Increasing • Increasing • Increasing
  7. 7. Contact: Chris (Hamza) Wardle Programme Development Advisor Rural Aid International Mobile: 032 233 3340 Email: cjwarde@gmail.com Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn/Slideshare: cjwardle

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