1st Stop, Jamaica:  We have formed an alliance with Portland (Blue Mountain Region) farmers and will join Jamaican farmers to help supply organic produce to the island of Jamaica, businesses and schools and to a global market.

jamaicaWe have unified with the Jamaica Organic Agriculture Movement (J.O.A.M.) and other government agencies to provide training and workshops to our farmers, stressing the importance of proper organic farming from start to finish.

Our S.H.A.R.E. Program will supply a portion of the food produced to local school and the poor in each participating community.

Your help is needed to make this Vision become a reality. We are calling all friends and families at home and abroad to E.A.T. Jamaica.

artsAid to Artisans:

Project E.A.T. will provide support, low cost or donated supplies and promotional help for our artisans. Whether they’re newcomers or have deep roots,many artists share similar challenges: getting their art seen by the public and connecting with other artists. Our nonprofit organization will help professional artists market and promote their work. E.A.T. helps artists find events and galleries where they can exhibit and also stages our own exhibitions three or four times a year with our Exhibits and Stageshows. These platforms allow artists to split the mailing and promotional costs and to share in contacting the media, sending out invitations, finding sponsors and setting up the location. All members of E.A.T. are expected to attend and work at each exhibition. Help us give aid to artisans. Support E.A.T.

 

ghanaGhana:

We are working with our members in Ghana to acquire land to set aside for repatriates and returnees. Much of the land has God and pristine rivers. Prime land has been gifted to our organization by tribal chiefs and residents who desire to work with us to create thriving communites. Our only opposition is the wealty European miners who are gobbling up the gold mines for literally pennies and displacing famlies. You help is needed.

Ghana has good scores for fiscal freedom, freedom from government, and monetary freedom. The top income and corporate tax rates are fairly low, and overall tax revenue is not excessive as a percentage of GDP. The amount of revenue from government-owned businesses is likewise relatively small. Inflation is fairly high, but Ghana has made progress in reducing price subsidies and state distortions of the market.

 

ethiopiaEthiopia:

On September 11, 2007, Ethiopia celebrated her year 2000, her Afrikan Millennium. This new era is being hosted by year long ceremonies and celebrations. The government is inviting investors and business owners to consider Ethiopia as a prime investment. She is rich in gold and resources and Project E.A.T. will be working in Addis Ababa, Shashemanne and other towns to develop projects and support existing charities. By working with private investors and government officials we will partner to ensure that Ethiopia is noticed around the world as a nation with much to offer.

Ethiopia is a land of wonder and enchantment, a country with one of the richest histories on the African continent, a land of contrasts and surprises, of remote and wild places, home to cultured and friendly people who are descended from some of the world’s oldest civilizations.

This is the land of the Queen of Sheba, home of the Ark of the Covenant, the birthplace of Coffe. “Lucy”, the worlds oldest known almost complete hominid skeleton, more than three million years old, was discovered here.