Thursday, 13 December 2007

ECHO Report

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Between November 6th and 8th, Bert Rivers, CTI’s Supply Chain Manager, attended the 14th Annual ECHO Agricultural Conference in Ft. Myers, FL. ECHO (Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization) is a not-for-profit organization whose Mission is to network with community leaders in developing countries to seek hunger solutions for families growing food under difficult conditions. It has had a long standing relationship with CTI, and has been very supportive of our experiments into moringa processing.

Bert made 53 formal presentations to people interested in CTI’s technologies, as well as putting on a two hour workshop demonstrating our Omega VI grinder. This photo shows a grinder being powered by a bicycle. Bert reports that CTI’s technologies are enthusiastically endorsed by ECHO staff. We will be pursuing with ECHO personnel whether the synergies that exist between our two organizations can be exploited for our mutual benefit.

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