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WE ARE URIYAH

The UriYAH Cares “Ultimate Giver Program” Overview

Welcome friends to the UriYAH Cares “Ultimate Giver Program”.

 

I’m Erick Burton, Founder and Chief Humanitarian of UriYAH Republic and creator of the UriYAH Cares “Ultimate Giver Program”.

 

It is our passion and our mission to provide fresh organic fish, fruits and vegetables to the most needy-orphaned children around the world and to liberate our global village from the dreadful and debilitating clutches of hunger and starvation.

 

Through our “Ultimate Giver Program” we will be helping millions of starving orphan children around the world by installing sustainable, organic food growing systems called UriYAH Aquaponic Farms.

HISTORY

The goal of the Ultimate Giver Program is to give a gift that never stops giving!
Each UriYAH Aquaponic Farm will help feed hundreds of hungry and malnutrition orphan children by producing fresh organic fish, nutrient rich fruits and vegetables, forever!
And as part of this sustainable initiative, we will also provide an age-appropriate aquaculture and agriculture curriculum for the school children, which will teach them how to produce good, healthy food for a lifetime.

As our special thanks for your donation, needed to help generate the $350,000 required for
each UriYAH Aquaponic Farm installation, we are giving you the chance to win some fantastic prizes
in our UriYAH Home Giveaway!
For a minimum donation of $150, you stand to win our grand prize of a luxurious $50,000 San
Diego, California home, or the equivalent in cash. PLUS, there are four additional early bird prize
drawings, in which some sensational prizes are up for grabs.
Show you care! Get involved now and do your bit for the millions of starving orphan children around
the world.

ALARMING WORLD STATISTICS!

can you even begin to imagine what your life would be like if you were unfortunate enough to be pa of these most disturbing global statistics?
– According to the United Nations Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF), an estimated 147 million children worldwide, from birth to age 17, have lost one or both parents.
– Every 2.2 seconds a child loses a parent somewhere in the world. That’s 5,760 every day.
-By 2015 it is projected that there will be 400 million orphaned children worldwide.
– HIV/AIDS alone has orphaned 14.9 million children, most of them in sub-Saharan Africa.
– In developing countries, more than one third of all children live in poverty.
– Over 1 billion children suffer from at least one form of severe deprivation of basic needs such as water food and sanitation.
– Millions of children are refugees, asylum seekers, stateless and internally displaced by con- flict, violations of their human rights, and natural disasters.
– Only 60% of children of secondary school age currently attend a secondary or high school.
Ther-ma ining 40% either attend a primary school or do not go to school at all.

IMAGINE … IF THESE WERE YOUR CHILDREN!

So, What is Aquaponic Farming?
Aquaponic farming is new technology for growing farm-raised fresh fish and vegetables in a controlled greenhouse environment.
The word “aquaponics” is a combination of the word aquaculture, which is the cultivation of fish or other water-based animals, and the word hydroponics, where plants are grown in a sterile medium or completely in water. By combining the fish, water and plants, aquaponic systems use an integrated environment to produce vegetables and fish in very small space, with very little water.
Aquaponic farming duplicates what nature has been doing for millions of years. The water, containing the fish waste, is pumped out of the fish tanks into a settling tank, where the solids settle to the bottom of the tank. The nutrient-rich water then flows, by gravity, through a series of trays containing growing plants, where the perfect balance of organic nutrition is absorbed by the plants and then the filtered water flows back into the fish tanks. The cycle of the water flowing through the system repeats itself several times each day.
The small amount of separated fish-waste water in the settling tank is drained off at regular intervals, and can be used as a nutrient-rich fertilizer for other crops. Some fresh water has to be added at regular intervals to compensate for the water used in the settling tank cleaning, and for the water used by the plants for growth (transpiration).

“If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime.”

Lao Tzu, the chinese founder of Taoism