Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Synthetic Protein From Fermented Methane

Though not a Kingdom Business as far as I know, Calysta has introduced new concept in Synthetic Protein. In America Calysta ferments methane, feeding Microbes which are grown into various products, right now a protein used in fish feed,] and pet food.This will stimulate Kingdom business developing country  business models based on The Fish Farm/Garden Fertilizer combination. here it is Below.-Editor

FeedKind® Protein

Product

FeedKind® Protein: Natural Alternative to Fishmeal and Soy
FeedKind® protein is an innovative, competitively priced fish feed ingredient produced from naturally occurring microbes found in soils worldwide. Using a natural fermentation process similar to making yeast, these microbes produce a nutritious, high protein feed that is a sustainable alternative to high protein feed ingredients such as fishmeal.
FeedKind protein is a natural, traceable and safe non-animal source of protein produced using the world’s only commercially validated gas fermentation process. FeedKind protein is non-GMO, and approved for sale and use in fish and livestock feeds as well as pet food in the EU.  It has been extensively tested on multiple fish species, including Atlantic salmon and rainbow trout, as well as in swine and poultry.
The product is nutrient dense, highly stable with very little fiber content, no mercury, and a high fat content that can reduce the need for supplemental fats. It will be shipped and supplied dry as powder or pellets.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

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Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Young Social Entrepreneurs' Forum at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Global Knowledge Partnership launched the Global Young Social Entrepreneurs' Competition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The Global Competition will select 100 winners who will be sponsored to attend the upcoming Young Social Entrepreneurs Forum.

The Forum is a key feature of the 3rd Global Knowledge Conference (GK3), a GKP Event on the Future on 'Emerging People, Emerging Markets, Emerging Technologies' that will gather 2000 participants from 11-13 December 2007 at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia.

The 100 young social entrepreneurs sponsored to attend the Global Young Entrepreneurs' Forum are selected through a fully web-based Competition that is open to all regions of the globe.

Application details and jury evaluation results will be viewable to the public who will also be able to post comments.

To know more about the Application process, or the Fellowship process, contact anthony@gkps.org.my

Monday, June 18, 2007

World Vision Continues its Work in Kenya

An explosion in central Nairobi, Kenya's capital, killed one and injured dozens more in a bombing that occurred in the early hours of June 11.

No World Vision staff members were hurt in the explosion, and our work is continuing unaffected. "We feel for those who have been affected by this explosion, and we are praying for their families and that the Lord may provide them strength to go through this tough time," says Girma Begashaw, World Vision's national director in Kenya.

Three Suspects Arrested World Vision in Kenya has sent a representative from its Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs Division to assess the damages and determine if World Vision assistance is needed. According to Reuters, Kenyan police said on Tuesday that they had arrested three suspects in the bombing, which revived traumatic memories of past bomb attacks.

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Thursday, June 7, 2007

Village Phone Assistance Center Opens in Nairobi

Grameen Foundation Unveils Village Phone Direct Assistance Center
New Online Center to Help Expand Benefits of Telecommunications for World’s Poorest Communities

Grameen Foundation today announced a new online assistance center to help microfinance institutions (MFIs) bring the benefit of telecommunications to poor communities around the world. The Village Phone Direct Assistance Center, was launched in Nairobi, Kenya during the International Telecommunications Union’s “Public & Private Sectors Partnership Forum” (PPPF-Africa 2007) conference.
  • Grameen Bank—which has created more than 293,000 “Village Phone Operators” (VPOs) across Bangladesh.
  • After establishing successful national Village Phone Replication operations in Uganda and Rwanda where there are now close to 10000 VPOs, Grameen Foundation developed Village Phone Direct in response to requests from MFIs that were eager to start programs in their own communities.
  • “Village Phone Direct gives microfinance institutions greater flexibility and control in developing these turnkey cell phone business opportunities for their clients by allowing them to drive the initiative,” said Peter Bladin, director of Grameen Foundation’s Technology Center.
  • “With this new online assistance center, they will have the tools they need to start immediately.”
  • Microfinance clients use micro-loans to purchase a cell phone starter kit and service plan from their local MFI and then retail the “minutes” to others in the community.
  • In regions where the nearest phone is often more than 10 miles away, these VPOs quickly become an economic and social lifeline. The income from the phone also enables the VPO to repay the original loan and establish a viable business for their family.
  • Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation (NWTF), an MFI based in the Philippines has already adopted the program and is gearing up to create 500 new businesses throughout the region it serves.
  • “Village Phone Direct is a great way for NWTF to provide better opportunities not only to its clients, but also local communities and thus contribute towards economic growth,” said Raymond Serios, manager of NWTF’s Village Phone Direct program.
    Learn more about Village Phone Direct >