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A Saudi Arabia base Importer-Investor just requested a comprehensive Feasibility Study
Helping people and kids is part of my system and upbringing but the eruption of Taal volcano near where my family reside (Tagaytay) is unexpected. I did not see it coming. For someone who is an insider and is part of a Christian Church that support families, the sick,the kids and the elderly, I can… Read More Calamity is both misery and opportunity
Thank you for the opportunity. My latest request for Feasibility Study and Business Plan was again Moringa Cultivation and Processing (“Malungay”) – from Tanzania. Since 2010, I was able to help. Around 80%+ of those who requested are from Africa, minimal from Asia (Independently). This was done independently.
Rest is something we all wanted, isn’t it? Then these are for you. Feels like home. The owner of this blog does not claim ownership to the above photo. (excerpted from Google images) My email: firstname.lastname@example.org … Read More Native Duyan, et al from Naga CamSur Philippines
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Around January of 2018 when a former co-employee approached me. To cut the long story short, I was offered a freelance architectural design design job… I accepted. It took me some time to finish because the requesting party change his mind on some details in many instances. Now it is halfway finish and I saw… Read More Freelance Architectural Design
There are currently seven (7) commercial varieties of papaya sold for human consumption in the Philippines: Solo Cavite Special Morado Sinta Cariñosa Red Lady Red Royale The “solo” variety is the typical for export. The solo papaya is a smaller variety compared to other papayas. The skin of the solo papaya is thin and yellow.… Read More Philippine Papaya for Global Village
Philippines is among the top coconut exporters in the world. Around 70% Philippine coconut went to export and is also considered significant crop for local demands. Philippines produces an average of 4,000 coconuts per hectare annually. 75% of world supply of raw coconuts comes from Philippines, Indonesia and India. Global demand for coconut products is… Read More Philippine Coconuts for Global Village