After White Farmers were driven out of Zimbabwe: Now Blacks are encouraged to eat bugs! – My Comments

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[When Mugabe went after the White Farmers in 2000, he said it was quite ok if HALF the Black population of Zimbabwe starved to death. He indicated it was worth the price. There were 13 million Blacks. But as usual America came and sent endless amounts of food and in the end no Blacks actually starved to death. Meanwhile the White farmers as well as other Whites were DESTROYED. I wish the West would stop saving the Blacks from themselves. I'm sure Jews are behind all these insane efforts to save the lives of these Blacks who hate us. I really don't care if these Blacks starve or die. They destroyed most of the remaining Whites. Here are the stupid British trying to save the Blacks – yet again. Jan]

Hunger-stricken Africans encouraged to eat bugs

UK aid projects in the DRC and Zimbabwe are urging rural inhabitants to farm more insects

UK-financed aid projects in Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are encouraging the hunger-stricken population of these African countries to introduce more nutrient-rich bugs into their diet.

As reported by The Guardian on Friday, the agencies are currently spending as much as $57,000 in the DRC and $346,000 in Zimbabwe on trialing insect diets with a view to introducing them to the local population.

In the DRC, the initiative is exploring the benefits of eating African caterpillars, migratory locusts and black soldier flies. It’s noted that there are some 23 species of insects, including termites and crickets, that are already consumed in the South Kivu region. However, the locals consume them opportunistically and gather them depending on the season.

The Catholic Agency for Overseas Development, a UK-based charity, is now pushing the Congolese to begin farming bugs in an industrialized manner in an effort to end starvation problems in the region.

In Zimbabwe, another aid agency is looking for ways to use mopane worms in porridges served in schools. The Guardian notes that these slimy green caterpillars, which turn into emperor moths, are already commonly picked for consumption from vegetation during rainy seasons.

The project aims to develop a bug-laced gruel to feed poor children in the southern town of Gwanda and the Zimbabwean capital of Harare. The agency says this dish will combine locally farmed mopane worms with cereals and fruits, offering all the crucial vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, potassium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, sodium, as well as vitamins B1 and B2.

Dr. Alberto Fiore, a professor of food chemistry and technology who leads the project in Zimbabwe, told The Guardian that introducing the bug-based meal is only the first stage of the project, which will also conduct randomized trials to see if the dish will have an effect on children’s performance in school and benefit their health.

Both projects in Zimbabwe and the DRC are funded through UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), which is part of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.

A UKRI spokesperson told The Guardian that the organization hopes the funding of such projects will “benefit citizens around the world irrespective of their economic status,” and noted the environmental benefits of consuming an insect-based diet.

Source: https://www.rt.com/news/562072-uk-africa-eating-insects/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Email



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