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Expansion of Maharishi's programmes in Africa in 2008
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21 January 2009
Maharishi's programmes in the fields of architecture, agriculture, health, and education are expanding in Africa.
Maharishi Vedic Architecture
Homes and buildings constructed according to the principles of Maharishi Vedic Architecture are spreading in Africa, said Dr Chris Crowell, Global Minister of Religion and Culture for the Global Country of World Peace, in his summary of the achievements of his ministry in 2008.
Countries including South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, and Ghana are beginning to enjoy these fortune-creating Vastu buildings.
Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture
Maharishi Vedic Organic Agriculture initiatives are underway in South Africa and Ghana. Crops include organic grapes, wheat, and essential oil crops. 'Additional agricultural projects are ready to start in Ghana and other West African countries,' Dr Crowell said.
Those heading the projects locally include traditional cultural leaders, Dr Crowell noted.
Consciousness-Based Education and Maharishi Vedic Approach to Health have also been expanding in Africa, Dr Crowell said. The Deputy Minister of Religion and Culture for Africa, Dr Kwesi Orgle, has been instrumental in offering Maharishi's programmes for education and healthcare, as well as agriculture.
Global Good News will feature the continuation of this news—including people around the world enjoying the advanced programmes of Transcendental Meditation—in the coming days.
Please also see Part I of Dr Crowell's summary of the initiatives of 2008, in which he speaks about how native peoples and religious leaders are expressing appreciation for Transcendental Meditation.
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