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Hemp Clothing Industry Booms In Full Swing Nations Renew Agro-Investment By Converting AID Into Employment Opportunity Funds!


The United States Provides More Than $311 Million in Emergency Food Assistance for People Affected by the Major Food Crisis in the Sahel and West African Region

Hemp is an amazing plant. It uses a fraction of the water needed to grow cotton, every part is useful and it absorbs more carbon dioxide per hectare than other crops and most trees. Cultivated for thousands of years, the eco-friendly plant can be used in food products, biofuels, textiles and even building materials.


According to the report published by Allied Market Research, in 2022 stated the global hemp clothing market generated $2.29 billion in 2021, and was projected to reach $23.02 billion by 2031, growing at a CAGR of 27.1% from 2022 to 2031.The report offered detailed analysis of winning strategies, evolving market trends, market size and estimations, value chain, key investment pockets, drivers & opportunities, and an overview of the competitive landscape.


Currently the United States Provides More Than $311 Million in Emergency Food Assistance for People Affected by the Major Food Crisis in the Sahel and West African Region, but this has always been a double edged sword usually precipitating a wave of efforts to destabilize and control the economic growth of the nations targeted to receive these "in kind" donations. The United States donates more wheat than any other agricultural commodity as direct food aid or to help fund assistance to the world's neediest people. By controlling this food source they help destabilize markets in Africa while paying the money to American farmers thus improving the economy of the USA with the added benefit of being able to send US citizens in nations to oversee the donations and gather intelligence and seek out potential weakness as well as assets (spies) to work on behalf of US interests.


USAID has Missions in more than 80 countries and programs in more than 100. We work in a variety of technical areas: agriculture; economic growth; environment; education; democracy, human rights, and governance; women's empowerment; water and sanitation; and global health. USAID also responds to humanitarian disasters. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has missions in more than 100 countries, with a focus on Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East. U.S. foreign aid has been driven by realist theories of its own national interests, with the starting point and ultimate goal being the maximization of national interests. During the cold war, the main goal of U.S. foreign aid was to stop the spread of communism and to consolidate U.S. hegemony. Now the primary goal is to slow or stop economic growth and population growth removing incentives to build infrastructures that support economic growth.


A primary goal of many US lawmakers is to stop the Hemp industry in the US and abroad and use USAID to do so especially in growing nations like Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali and Senegal. If these nations were to start growing industrial hemp to make clothes, food, building materials, medicines, inks, paint, fuels etc. it would allow their autonomy and freedom from European and Asian products. In the US Congress at11 a.m., May 24,2024 hemp changes were voted on in the Farm Bill to slow hemp farming.


The proposed amendment had been added to the 2024 Farm Bill draft, "Members adopted the industrial hemp ban amendment from Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL) as part of an en bloc package ."There was no roll call vote on the hemp-killing Mary Miller Amendment " the U.S. Hemp Roundtable (USHR) stated in an eblast. "Instead, House Agriculture Committee Chairman 'G.T. Thompson grouped it 'en bloc with several other amendments and subjected them to a voice vote, which passed. Hemp Supporters sent over 8000 emails urging defeat of the amendment. Three Members of Congress spoke up at the hearing denouncing the amendment. But unfortunately, the decision was made by the Chairman to use a procedural tactic to avoid a separate vote on the issue. And that resulted in passage of a deeply flawed and deeply objectionable policy to destroy the American farmer and enable corporations to control the hemp industry.


A plan is being discussed to build multiple government investment funded bread factories that employ young Africans that will enable a growth On the lower end, a small, home-based bakery might require an initial investment of only $10,000 to $50,000. For a larger, state of the art commercial bakery with a prime location and extensive equipment, the cost can soar to anywhere between $100,000 to $250,000 US dollars! The plan entails doubling the amount and nutritional value of donated grain with hemp flour. Hemp flour can be successfully added to breads, pastas and pastries for baking. However, it must be used as an addition to other flours because it is gluten-free. Therefore, it lacks any stickiness. Moreover, the plus is it has a very high dietary fiber content, up to 40%. Hemp flour is rich in healthy fats, magnesium, and protein and is also high in vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc. Plus, it's gluten-free, low in carbohydrates and completely free from cholesterol, contains no saturated fat and is low in sodium.



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