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Dear Matthew and all,

One week after tsunami I was called to Nagapattinam in Tamil Nadu, India, to see to it that the big field kitchen run by Mata Amritanandamayi [MA Math], was kept as free from flies and stink as possible and good hygiene was maintained. In the beginning we served 3 meals to 10 000 people a day but later this was reduced to seven thousand people a day and after ten weeks when temporary shelters were built and government took over the serving we were down to less than two thousand people a day.

I was brewing rice wash water EM in 500 litre plastic water tanks and as most I had 1500 litre ready to use EM. Most of it was used in our kitchen and pot washing area and in the food waste pits and everybody including the government inspectors were impressed by the absence of foul smell and the high hygienic standards we managed to keep.



EM was also used in the schools. temples and other official buildings where the people were sheltered. We got outbreak of chickenpox in a few places but the affected got much relief by applying EM.

EM was also used in the open drains of the villages and to familiarize the people with EM we distributed pickles made by EM. Especially the EM pickled gooseberries were much appreciated. Thereafter we distributed one litre water bottles only containing 50 ml AEM and told people to add tree tablespoons of sugar and fill up with rice wash water and ferment 5 to 7 days.

Our fish pickles had few takes not because of lacking quality but lack of fish pickling tradition.

At some occasions when we got leftover food we managed to keep it fresh and usable to the next day by adding EM. In this connection I want to tell that we just now are doing successful trials with EM in bread.

Also I want to share may good experience over the last 3 years of filling my water bottle with ordinary tap water, add some EM and use it as drinking water.

Since EM has been used for disaster relief for long time I am sure that EMRO has a lot of info about it but with exception of the Chernobyl study, I have not found anything about it.

greetings, Arun

On Sat, 17 Sep 2005 Matthew Wood wrote :

>Dear Arun,

>

>Can you tell us more information or detailed report about your work

>with EM in tsunami relief?  We are currently working on this here for

>hurricane relief and would appreciate any information, data, pictures,

>case study, pictures, suggestions or lessons learned from your side.

>Thanks!

>

>Check our EM Disaster Relief project site at http://www.emdisasterrelief.net

>

>This site is changing almost every day, so keep checking for updates!

>

>We have been receiving contacts, volunteers, and donations from people

>all over the world for the EM Disaster Relief team.  We appreciate

>everyone’s help!  THANK YOU!

>

>Peace,

>Matthew Wood

>

>Managing Partner, Development and Technology Sustainable Community

>Development, LLC PO Box 15155 Kansas City, Missouri 64106

>Tel.913.541.9299

>Fax.314.754.9966

>Email: matthew@scdworld.com

>Web: http://www.SCDWorld.com



EM was also used in the schools. temples and other official buildings where the people were sheltered. We got outbreak of chickenpox in a few places but the affected got much relief by applying EM.

EM was also used in the open drains of the villages and to familiarize the people with EM we distributed pickles made by EM. Especially the EM pickled gooseberries were much appreciated. Thereafter we distributed one litre water bottles only containing 50 ml AEM and told people to add tree tablespoons of sugar and fill up with rice wash water and ferment 5 to 7 days.

Our fish pickles had few takes not because of lacking quality but lack of fish pickling tradition.

At some occasions when we got leftover food we managed to keep it fresh and usable to the next day by adding EM. In this connection I want to tell that we just now are doing successful trials with EM in bread.

Also I want to share may good experience over the last 3 years of filling my water bottle with ordinary tap water, add some EM and use it as drinking water.

Since EM has been used for disaster relief for long time I am sure that EMRO has a lot of info about it but with exception of the Chernobyl study, I have not found anything about it.

greetings, Arun

On Sat, 17 Sep 2005 Matthew Wood wrote :

>Dear Arun,

>

>Can you tell us more information or detailed report about your work

>with EM in tsunami relief?  We are currently working on this here for

>hurricane relief and would appreciate any information, data, pictures,

>case study, pictures, suggestions or lessons learned from your side.

>Thanks!

>

>Check our EM Disaster Relief project site at http://www.emdisasterrelief.net

>

>This site is changing almost every day, so keep checking for updates!

>

>We have been receiving contacts, volunteers, and donations from people

>all over the world for the EM Disaster Relief team.  We appreciate

>everyone’s help!  THANK YOU!

>

>Peace,

>Matthew Wood

>

>Managing Partner, Development and Technology Sustainable Community

>Development, LLC PO Box 15155 Kansas City, Missouri 64106

>Tel.913.541.9299

>Fax.314.754.9966

>Email: matthew@scdworld.com

>Web: http://www.SCDWorld.com

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