United Nations Warns Of Looming Famine NOW Due To Covid Global Lockdown

The United Nations has just announced a stark warning to global leaders that the next 120 days will see an increase in famine and hunger by 80%. The hardest hit areas will be latin America with a potential 269% increase in hunger and famine.  Fragile supply chains have been broken due to global lockdowns, farmers are decimated as their crops could not make it to restaurants and processing centers which had been closed. Suppliers, transportation companies are shuddered or on the brink of collapse. Food supplies are minimal in parts of the world where climate craziness has devastated crops.  This perfect storm creates a crisis of biblical proportion.  

Here's the UN News Link: https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/04/1062272

Mr. Beasley also raised the need for early warning systems: “If we don’t prepare and act now – to secure access, avoid funding shortfalls and disruptions to trade – we could be facing multiple famines of biblical proportions within a short few months.”

Friends, Global Food Providers has been putting out the clarion call to leaders of all nations, church planters, pastors, mayors, governors, and anyone we can get access to.  Emergency foods must be grown NOW and dehydration centers must be constructed NOW for the coming years of famine, shortage and mass migration, starvation and death.  We are now out of time. There is no more delay possible.  Many have put this off for years, but the clarion call is now calling us all to step up to the plate and do something.

LOCAL: You need to source and supply food for your family and community, learn to grow it yourself, or somehow enter the food supply chain so you have access to foods in your area. Get a dehydration system for your family, and consider building a larger dehydration system for your community. There are massive amounts of food being wasted, and you can capture those for dehydration if you will get into position.

REGIONAL:  Your State and nation are at severe risk of being destroyed by hunger, famine and food supply chain disruptions. You can help provide answers but you must begin to resource the answers now. Tomorrow is too late.

INTERNATIONAL:  Everyone knows people who are working internationally and in the third world. Third world nations are not going to be able to get out of the way. When famine strikes, they will be helpless and will suffer greatly.  you can help get the word out now about growing emergency foods, helping them to store food supplies for the upcoming future, and provide them with seed to plant in their back yards, unused farms, etc.

It's amazing that the world has put full faith in the old, antiquated supply lines, and most have never taken the "seedtime and harvest" promises personally, by planting gardens, fields or setting up growing systems to help feed their own families.  Most have been trained to hopelessly trust in their grocery stores and governments to supply what they need and want. These supply chains are breaking around the world, and it's time to revolve BACK to growing your own foods, decentralizing from the huge, bloated, corporate growing systems that are failing.  Get seed in the ground now, whether personally, by supporting a local farmer, or helping an international group to feed the poor and plant food during this great time of crisis.

In Panama, we are growing emergency food supplies wherever we can find unused land that's available.  Fast crops include corn, beans, papaya, moringa, zapalla, and of course the super foods that we're growing inside our greenhouses for dehydration into super food powders.

Would you consider helping us to grow hectares of emergency food  supplies? Each hectare with seed, preparation and employees will cost approximately $700.  That's 2.5 acres of nutrition grown for $700! We are limited only to the number of supporting partners we can find.  Those of you who give monthly - you are already contributing to this project through your monthly donations. THANK YOU!

Proverbs 19:17  He who is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward him for what he has done.

If you can help raise awareness and get seed planted in vacant farm land, we highly recommend that you get wisdom from local farmers in your area, find the best, cheapest and fastest crops that will grow at this time in your area, and take their advice on exactly how to plant and grow emergency foods now. Wisdom is right around the corner. Farming is not easy. Take advice and wisdom from those who are professionals in their field. This will assure your success!

Don't forget to keep us in your thoughts and prayers for the new, larger dehydration unit that we plan to build in Panama, to capture free foods that are available in truckload quantities. Our smaller dehydrator can't handle those larger capacities, but for a small upgrade fee we can be processing thousands of pounds per day! We are excited about this upgrade!