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Our mission is to be the best in the world in micro hydro electric and water resource management: by evolving innovative damless hydroelectric and water transfer technology. We create Today’s Tall Tree Nurseries to support Micro Finance for women farmers and their families using the Carbon Tax Fund, a new form of foreign aid. We export Mechanization into Renewed Philippines and other under developed countries for more productive agriculture.

Philippines Micro FinanceAgricultural Mechanization to improve productivity by taking advantage of the large supply of used tractors in developed countries. We also tap into the Carbon Tax Fund, which becomes a new form of foreign aid, by planting millions of trees using Today’s Tall Trees Nursery.  Both these efforts help support the Micro Finance of women farmers and their families in Africa.


Stage 1     Agricultural Mechanization of Africa                              
Stage 2   Today’s Tall Trees Nursery: Carbon Tax Fund 
Stage 3   Micro Finance & Landlord Cooperatives 
Stage 4   Irrigation in Remote Areas using kinetic energy from moving water.
Stage 5   Electricity Created in Remote Areas using moving water without the use of a dam.

Here is how we begin our REVOLUTION.

Stage 1     Agricultural Mechanization of Africa  
The main objective of farm mechanization is increasing agricultural production.    


 If agricultural equipment is sent to an African country, like Ivory Coast, it has a value of $200,000 if it was brand new. The nearly new equipment has a real value of $100,000 hypothetically. The agricultural equipment dealer or farmer working with the dealer receives a tax refund benefit at the rate of the last $1000 owed to the government; say 30% of 100,000 or $30,000 from  Living Water MicroFinance Inc., a non-profit company.

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The new owner,  Living Water MicroFinance Inc. , will sell the equipment in question in Africa and will feel indebted to the previous owner, the equipment dealer or the farmer. This indebtedness will be 50% of the net selling price. This indebtedness will be resolved in our hypothetical example, by the purchase of additional new equipment from the dealer.   

If a farmer were to donate his or her used equipment there would be a large tax refund receipt and a cash credit  from a third party, Coop Eau Vivante  in Africa to a dealer of his or her choice or some other similar arrangement. 

More important there will be a real contribution to poverty and famine in an underdeveloped country. We are talking about increased needed efficiency in the agricultural field, which will lead to more employment as well. 

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 Stage 2    Carbon Emission to be Solved

The world leaders must find a way to absorb carbon dioxide emissions that is in our atmosphere now. Trees and soils are the only way to absorb the present glut of CO2 in your world.

Presently these funds are improperly managed because they attempt to make the tax neutral by redirecting the fund for tax rebates to working families, cutting sales tax and reducing the tax on manufacturing. All this is very admirable but it doesn’t solve the high concentration of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere, which is presently causing global warming.

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The Funds to Finance Rehabilitation

There are two sources of funds based on two different methods of absorbing carbon emissions: one from biochar in soils and the other from planting of trees.

On one hectare of farm land of 500 trees:

  1. Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) Fund for BIOCHAR IN SOILSldn fund

LND Fund seeks to mobilize US$2 billion annually; they estimate that the average cost of land rehabilitation is $100- $150/ha. In Africa, five countries have voluntary committed to LND including Senegal, Algeria, Chad, Ethiopia and Namibia..

  • 500 trees/hectare will yield 50 tons of Carbon from branches and weeds or (50 tons x ⅓) 16.7 tons of CO2 emission absorption from the production of
  • The value of the capture of carbon in the form of Biochar is $250/year at the tax rate of $15/ton. (The LDN Fund offers $150/year based on $10/ton of carbon emissions.)
  1. The Carbon Tax Fund for TREES: the fund can support 500 trees for a total cost of $200/year for a period of 25 years plus an initial $750:

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  • There will be 500 trees with a NPV of $0.50/tree: at the rate of $15/ton, the Net Present Value (NPV) is $200/year.
  • Add $1.00/tree for reporting and auditing for 25 years (that’s a one-off total – not per year): $500 to be monitored by Living Water MicroFinance Inc. for 25 years.untitled-10

This part of the fund will support each 1.5 acre farm that will have access to $150/year n the form of micro finance assistance complements of the Carbon Tax Fund. Each $150 will be recycled nine times for a total of $1,350.

This micro finance will be made available to women farmers and their families who need support before the orchards become productive after 18 months: they will maintain this agroforest farms by planting vegetable like yam in between the new tree seedlings. The micro finance loan will be due after the harvest.


The tree farm is supported by a Today’s Tall Tree Nursery managed by Living Water MicroFinance Inc. in order to reduce the cost of tree seedlings. The fruit and nut tree seedlings along with nitrogen fixing trees are supplied by Today’s Tall Tree Nursery.


The reporting and auditing of trees for 25 years at the rate of $1.00/tree will help finance a Today’s Tall Tree Nursery to service over 100 hectare (beginning with 50,000 tree seedlings). The estimated fixed cost is $80,000. This decentralized system is preferable to the present centralized nurseries that have costly transportation costs for very vulnerable tree seedlings.

This calculation does NOT include income streams from the fruit and nut produce, which are reserved for the women farmers and their families.  Later, irrigation can be added for a remunerative 275% crop improvement.

There will be a stipulation that all biomass on the 1.5 acre farm will be converted to Biochar every year. Creating Biochar on a farm involves incentives: the women farmer and her family will receive $150 based on the carbon tax rate of $15/ton for a total of 34 tons/year of carbon sequestered.

Living Water MicroFinance Inc. will arrange partnerships with African landlords (who provide a long term lease) for woman farmers and their families.

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Stage 3  

Philippines Micro Finance: Women Farmers 

What better way to direct carbon tax funds: planting trees that are well maintained by African women farmers, which

  1. Absorb carbon dioxide in our world environment
  2. Adapt poor farmers to unstable climate change
  3. Untie the shackles of unconditional foreign aid

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 Living Water MicroFinance Inc. , a non-profit company, uses agroforestry for improved land use systems.

What is Agroforestry?

Agroforestry can help to achieve climate change mitigation and adaptation while at the same time providing livelihoods for poor small holder farmers in Africa.

Agroforestry is a collective name for land-use systems and technologies in which woody perennials (trees, shrubs, palms, bamboos, etc.) are deliberately combined or inter-cropped with herbaceous crops and/or animals.

Crops are combined with tree species with little negative effect.  In general, inter-cropping can enhance soil organic matter, and thereby carbon (C) sequestration, can increase resilience to drought in sub-Saharan Africa, and contribute to climate change mitigation. 

If you grow quality cocoa and coffee and buy American wheat and corn in exchange, you end up with ten times the food you would have had growing your own corn and wheat.


Living Water MicroFinance Inc. , a non-profit company, has a mission  to support African women farmers and their families and to support agroforestry, which integrates trees into their farming systems.

The Micro Finance Revolution

An estimated 2.5 billion people who are not served by banks or other financial institutions. 5019 Credit Unions were reported in Africa for outstanding loans of $289 million and for savings of $481 million for 2.5 million savers ($200 average savings). That represents .001% of poor people served.Philippines MicroFinance Renewed: Micro Finance Africa

Our Community-based Living Water MicroFinance Inc. is particularly useful in remote areas and especially popular among women. 

Our poverty lending approach concentrates on reducing poverty through credit,  together with complementary services such as skills training, health, nutrition, etc.

Living Water MicroFinance Inc. has the lowest rates: 8.5%/year 



Stage 4   Irrigation in Remote Areas using kinetic energy from moving water.

Irrigation and Fertilizer changes everything!
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No matter how great their yield potential, plants still need water to survive: every year could be a drought year for much of the globe.

New Farmers’ problems start with climate change; they cannot plant on time as the rains are unpredictable and too much attack on crops from pests and diseases and unpredictable climate conditions lead to high post-harvest losses. Irrigation is the only solution.

Living Water MicroFinance Inc. provides the wings of innovation for irrigation. The inexpensive HUG pumping system accelerates the velocity of rapids or waterfalls, providing pumped water with HUG large dimension pipelines for much longer distances than prior technology without the use of electricity

Stage 5   Electricity in Remote Areas created from moving water without the use of a dam.

* HUG is an innovative new patent to create energy from fast moving water without the use of a destructive dam. It relies on the phenomena of the power of the vortex . This power can be easily seen as the water leaves your bathtub. This new energy source can be used to power water pumps for irrigation at a long distance from the fast moving water source.

We are moving from a centralized system to a next-generation HUG water transfer system:


One HUG: 74 kW = 518 MWh/yr. x 80% usage= 414 MWh/yr.

Six HUGs: 2484 MWh/year can support 100,000 households annually@ 150 kWh per household.

Average electricity consumption in sub-Saharan Africa, excluding South Africa, is only about 150 kilowatt-hours per capita.

HUG (Helical Unique Generation) is an innovative new product, which could put clean, river-friendly power within reach of everyone.

HUG is modular, relatively easy to install and highly scalable. It is perfect for remote areas of the country with fewer transmission lines.

This development is an exciting breakthrough in green energy. Small batches of HUG turbines can be installed in only a short period.

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Agroforestry could help solve Climate Change.


New Trees are the only solution to soaking up Carbon Dioxide:

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AFRICA RENEWED supported by:

  1. A Micro Hydro Electric System: no dams:
  2. An Irrigation System:
  3. A Rabbit and Fish Farm:
  4. An Agroforestry Intercrop System:
  5. The Charitable Arm:
  6. God’s Loveletters:
  7. Thunder of Justice:
  8. Deliverance Is:


Here is how we begin OUR REVOLUTION.

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