With a world population around 7 billion, what the world will eat is too serious a question to accept superficial sound bites, unproven scientific theories and lies about what works to produce food.
I worked with the 1BLOOD organization to create a documentary that would tell the story of how they are producing food in areas of West Africa that have been torn apart by war. The documentary includes graphic photos of the war that were taken by 1BLOOD founder and CEO, H.E. Apostle Dr. Kenneth D. Jackson, Sr.
, while he was in Sierra Leone starting the food security program during the war in the late 1990's, where he had his boots on the ground spearheading the intervention and supervising the activities on the ground, up to the recent harvest that has made 1BLOOD the largest independent producer of rice in that region.
You will see raw swamps converted to productive rice farms extending as far as the eye can see. Without evidence to the contrary, uninformed people will think that people talking in front of cameras and discussing genetically modified organisms is food security. A Closer Look - 1BLOOD
will show you something in food security you may have never seen before - FOOD! No starving children, no begging for money - you'll see accomplishments! Not just free meals and handouts but education in farming techniques and conflict resolution that have taken communities from starvation to food surplus.
A Closer Look - 1BLOOD was shot on location in Sierra Leone, Liberia West Africa and Macon, Georgia, U.S. and was completed just prior to Apostle Dr. K. D. Jackson, Sr.'s appointment as Ambassador At Large for The Republic of Gambia.
The documentary shows that it is possible for people to stop killing each other and work together to feed themselves. You'll see it with your own eyes from the documents, photos and video assembled from the organization's archives at the U.S. Embassy headquarters.
With this documentary, evidence is available of successful organic farming taking people from food insecurity to food security and something that exists nowhere else: A definition for food security that is quantifiable and that makes sense. I will now be examining and reporting on documentation of food security accomplishments available on the internet or the lack thereof. I guess you could say I'm a food security critic.
Thanks for checking me out.