Community Development Projects
Within the community development projects, of which are at minimum in clusters of 2500 people/families – the designed system promotes food security for the poverty ridden and/or displaced to be independent, both economically and socially.
A pre-fabricated housing unit is attached with each individual BAMMTM unit - providing food sustainable for a family of four/five persons, allowing for the excess production to be sold within the international organic market by Spire USA Inc through the unique marketing arrangement backed by the buy-back agreement of all of the produce from farmers at guaranteed prices at door step taking the hassles of selling farmers produce.
Spire USA Inc. aims to simultaneously provide to the involved families - job security, housing, water, electricity, vegetables and fish for daily personal consumption, and a general training and knowledge for the use of basic technology; bringing forth an overall upheaval in the livelihoods and the standard of living within this group of selected families, thereby transforming a community/village into a new era of sustainable self-sufficiency by means of an environmentally-friendly living atmosphere.
The buy-back agreement is set in place for all excess produce from each individual family, post-consumption. This is considered an income/salary for the families, hence providing the opportunity for two members of the household to be self-employed on a full time basis.
Family members operating the unit undergo an intense training program on all technical aspects of the unit, including capacity building, teamwork, and the knowledge and key aspects of maintaining and running what will be to them a self-operational enterprise based on new and innovative farming techniques.