World Aid

Food Supply Aid
In order to help poorer countries who have difficulty with meeting a satisfactory food supply level, the NJK will set up advanced agricultural facilities near or on the site of its NJK Missions campuses. These facilities will be in the form of hydroponic greenhouses as they allow maximum production within relatively smaller farmland areas. The objectives of the NJK's Food Supply Aid program is to topoff the food calories-per capita-per day (Cal/cap/dy) need for countries in need. With a satisfactory level being about Cal/cap/dy, it is estimated by the year , when all of the NJK Missions are fully built, there will be about people in countries that will be below this level and in need of food aid. (Although the population number is large, remember that all of these people will need to be fully fed by the NJK agricultural products. It is their average nutritional level of Cal/cap/dy that will be "topped off" by the NJK crops. The food crops that the NJK will grow represent the food for people.

Facility Sizes
With the average energy content in food being calculated to be about calories per kg ( cal. per lbs) and with the NJK intensive farming facilities and techniques capable of yield about kg of crop per hectare ( lbs/acre), it is estimated that a total area of hectares acres will be needed to produce the crops for this food aid program.

As the need per country will vary with countries it will not be practical to equally distribute the total needed farmland area among the NJK Missions. To do so would greatly increase the need of cargo transportaion to get the produces to the areas of need. The intensive farmland needs range from (largest to smallest) hectares ( acres) for to ha ( ac) for the .

Click here to see the projected world food aid needs by country.
May 28, 2008