1) dying eco-Habitat in front of Cell Phone Tower-irradiated upscale residential neighborhood t the end of old dreaming tree restaurant road
Presently in Tiruvannamalai, there is no public concern, advocacy or protection services for ecological wellbeing of eco-habitats and its residents, threatened with homelessness and extinction due to cruelty of human species activities.
Presently in villages surrounding Tiruvannamalai, many rural families live below poverty line, (under undue economic hardship).
Your charitable donations will help us put together and provide a free KOMBUCHA TRAINING KIT(Price: 1000Rs) to each rural woman trainee. They will be trained how to produce, bottle and deliver packaged organic Kombucha health drink to local village shops and by doing so -- start earning their own livelihood while also learning about healthy dietary choices, creating a supply of AFFORDABLE organic health food for local villagers.
SPONSOR A DISADVANTAGED, RURAL WOMAN TO START EARNING HER OWN LIVELIHOOD:
Help a non-working, rural woman to become a Kombucha Farmer! With the help of your charitable donations, she will receive a FREE Kombucha Farmer Training Kit (Price: 1000 Rs), with all the supplies and equipment necessary to make one 10-bottle batch of Kombucha Health Drink:
1) Kombucha Farming Supplies: sealed Kombucha Scoby with strong starter liquid,
2) 500Grams of Organic Sugar,
3)500 Grams of Green Tea Blend,
4) Bottling Supplies: Strainer, Funnel, Jar Lid, bottling container
KOMBUCHA PLASTIC BOTTLE RECYCLING:Every bottle of Kombucha will come with printed recycling instructions. Trainees will collect and "locally recycle" empty Kombucha bottles into eco-friendly "planters", useful for terrace gardening.
Kombucha is a living, probiotic, fizzy health drink made out of fermented black or green tea, sugar and Kombucha Scoby - symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. Kombucha is popular in western countries as a healthy, natural alternative to "junk food sodas"(or synthetic, carbonated drinks, such as pepsi).Kombucha promotes beneficial bacteria in the gut and is low-glycemic. Training someone how to farm Kombucha at home is relatively easy to learn.