Today's World: Water Depletion, Food Scarcity, Agricultural Pollution, and Community Poverty
What's Happening Now - Go-Link Energy, has developed a 21st Century Agricultural Food Production and Business Model guaranteed to increase production, reduce waste, replenish, and enrich our planet and future generations to live long and prosper. BioProtecEnv, a "Global Virtual Concept" networks farmers and industry around the world. 10.24.2016
Umgibe Community growing system, helps you grow, package, and transport to market.
with Students growing vegetables
UDO-S Umgibe Dynamics Operating System
A "Clinical Organic Farming System" that produces disease free food economically using Biomas. "We grow vegetables in bags as you can see from the above picture". There is no excess waste, no pollution to the environment, nor the insects that inhabit it," stated Alan MacLachlan, President of Go-Link Energy.
Contact us to get a complete UDO-S Farming System. Administered by Umgibe Training Institute the UDO-S System enables communities to: "train and educate their youth, develop a source of income from growing vegetables, and rid itself of poverty".
Developed by Go-Link Energy with our Partner Umgibe Farming Organics & Training Institute.
Contact Umgibe Farming and Training Institute at www.umgibe.org or call 071 137 7779 South Africa. In the U.S. contact Alan MacLachlan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01.206.730.1316.
Nonhlanhla "Ma" Joye's sustainable and Eco-friendly gardening technique not only helped her turn her health around, but empowered her to create the Umgibe Farming & Training Institute
Partnering with Go-Link Energy BioProtecEnv, they have now more that 10,000
co-operatives, 550 Co-ops with Women's Associations, and over 125 Orphanages.
There are now more than 10,800 farmers growing vegetables and chicken farms.
Reducing Poverty by Investing in the Young
Mrs. Joye has partnered with Go-Link Energy's Teacher Mentor
program to teach the gardening method to learners in South
African communities. Currently there are over 8,000 students enrolled.
The Go-Link "Teacher Mentor" Umgibe Learning programs have helped thousands earn money, break the cycle of hunger and poverty in their communities. Local youth attend "Community based Satellite Classroom Learning Pods". Our programs educate them on growing, packaging, managing, distribution and selling their excess community produce to Hotels, Restuarants, and Schools.
The "Community based Satellite Classroom Learning Pods" educates the local youth enabling them to be educated and live in their communities . Their communities benefit by ridding themselves of poverty by education and community farming. "When children become entreprunures growing food, they are also learning social skills. Feed the body feeds the mind and build a sound community together.", stated Alan