A Free Africa

building local greente
ch communities

Stopping the lethal "Mediterranean Escape from Africa" , and giving African refugees

A good reason to return back to their hometown, with a new agenda.

Stopping unemployment and boring jobs, creating innovative African Jobs

Stopping the massive pollution in and around Africa, and creating products which are purely sustainable

Stopping massive pollution of African Cities, rivers and lakes, and being strictly protective towards our presence in nature

Stopping Africa from being an e-waste junk yard, bye recycling the value of the thousands of tons of e-waste being dumped

Creating a green community on the foundation of green innovation

Preventing growing inequality due to lack of resources

Why are so many  people trying to escape Africa. Many flee from their native village to the over populated & polluted big African cities, often ending up in poverty, low income jobs and slums.
Africa actually holds an abundance of opportunities, due to tropical climate and especially abundant solar energy.

House of Health & Green Innovation

AfreeAfrica creates a sustainable green hot spot, namely "House of Health & Green Innovation" in Ghana, by using latest green technology, purifying water, solar power, production on natural resources, creating a green environment for growth, health and wealth. 

Due to the stable political situation in Ghana, our main object is building the round "House of Health & Green Innovation", which we wish to place beside the River Volta, right in the center of the nature in Kpong,

The House of Health & Green Innovation will 

host the following main activities:

1. Medical Center

               a. Educated Medical Staff

                             b. Health Education for local people

     2. Bamboo production:

               a. For Building materials 

                          b. Bikes & Trikes Innovative Lab

                          c.Bamboo shoes & clothing and production 

             3 . Fungus Bio-mass production

                a. For building materials

     b. For packaging

               c. Shoe soles and other

4 Fungus grown for Food, by growing fungus which are nutritious, and contains minerals & protein

        a. For our own use

                     b. Sold fresh on the market

           c. Drying and selling

          5. Bio degradable and Compostable plastics
From chopped sweet corn and any other bio based materials, it is possible to create

6. Micro algae production creates food for both animals and people Greentech Africa 

              Nutrient components in water and sunlight turned into a fertile process, which ends up as d
ifferent nutritious products.

7. An attractive place to visit for local inventors and creative people

8. Building a sustainable fishing farm, which will not necessarily capture the fish, but protect the existing fish and fishermen in their local areas.

9. A Computer Net Café with ongoing causes in online marketing and local start up businesses.

10. An attractive place to visit for tourists from abroad, wanting to see the activities, and enjoying the nature near River Volta

11. Hot spot for physical experiments with bamboo and bio-based materials

12. A nice place to meet other people and to socialize, sharing culture, singing, playing music, dancing, painting and knitting and crafts, 
sharing literature, studying, joining to discourses and having ongoing exhibitions

13. Expanding "Isert City" by building other houses which are following the local traditions and using energy and environmentally friendly materials

14. Encouraging local communication between local tribes and arranging cultural events   

15. Place for students to make internship on Bio based creative innovation based on



Fungi Growth

Fruits & Vegetables

16. Botanical Garden with healing herbs including a Malaria blocking herb found in Uganda. All kinds of fruits which are nutritious full of vitamins & proteins. (Sweet Corn which is one of the most popular crops also in Ghana, has hardly any nutritious value)

We joined Energy Europe 2013

AfreeAfrica´s stand at The Energy Europe Fair 2013, illustrated some of the activities which are intended at the House of Health & Green Innovation. 
The whole stand was based on green technology, and even flyers, banners and our business cards were entirely green, delivered by Vesterkopi in Copenhagen.

Bamboo bikes from Ghana were brought in to show that it is indeed possible to build feasible green items for daily use, with natural composites from the local area.

Presented by www.bambuscykler.dk

Green organizer Lars Hansen (Denmark) & Local coordinator: Kwabena Asare-Nyako (Ghana)


What is the Cost of Economic Growth?

We are mainly interested in human health, and local prosperity before wealth. But the economic foundation is essential to the growth potential. We wish to be transparent and are open towards any ethical question concerning implementation of the project and state with open minds that the project is essentially build on human health before economic wealth. 

We wish to place the first House of Health & Green Innovation right in the middle of the nature in Ghana, to benefit the local people by creating jobs and turning the potential of the soil, sun and nature into a joint venture. 

The house is based on Green Growth & pure Greentech solutions as opposed to only Wealth Growth and westernized profit based ventures, where growth is often equal to solely economic growth. Often rural villages in Africa are being abandoned, because the young people travel to seek wealth in the nearest biggest City, in the hope to become "rich", turning the major Cities into constantly growing disastrous concentrated "Pollution Machines", soaked in filthy waste, due to lack of proper sewage systems, lack of sufficient toilets solutions, fossil oil based products, plastics, tensides and chemical management systems. Quite often the most pollutive companies are also those who has the biggest income. 

What is the value of all the material goods, if by the end of the day even the richest man does not have a single drop of clean water to put into his drink. In Ghana as many other countries in Africa, foreign investors are allowed in, primarily based on their economic capabilities. Some of the worst scenes are taking place in the Northern part of Ghana, where foreign Gold diggers are completely undermining the nature and leaving whole areas as plain mud fields, poisoned with mercury and other chemicals used to harvest the Gold. Trees and plants growing there for millions of years are gone, meaning the trees and plants providing food for the locals and the water reserved contaminated for eternity. Often the abandoned mines are later occupied by young African men who dig even deeper for grains of Gold which may be left, ending in disasters when the the whole mine collapses. Just one example of the consequence of foreign African commercial intrusion with one eyed hunt for economic wealth, without considering either nature or sustainable growth or health.

Some Super modern and Ancient Building Techonology

This might be the most important
building technology,
which can be used for building
House of Health and Green Innovation
for AfreeAfrica

Modern 3D Printed House of Health and Green Innovation

Steven Keatings amazing ideas + 3D printable house

Dr. Burroughs on Rammed Earth walls. He has
been in Africa (i.e Kumasi Ghana and
South Africa an built thousands of houses)

Sand House Printed with Solarbeam

Artist Markus Kayser has made this 3D glowing printer, which melts sand and prints objects. In the future. In the future, may be parts for houses or any other material for construction.

Below is an example of an older kind of 3d printing technology

Contour Crafting - Printing Houses:

Behrokh Khoshnevis, Director, Center for Rapid Automated Fabrication Technologies (CRAFT) on the long road to being able to rapidly print out almost any shape of house in less than 24 hours.

How Contour Crafting works step by step

Good News. Never before has it been that accessible to give millions of people who are forced to live in primitive sheds and huts a cheap decent home where they are protected against both, cold, heat and water. 3D printing has long been an interesting way to make the distance from drawing sketch to final product. Now this technique makes it possible to print big scale with special resins which makes it possible to print a single house in just 24 hours. One Chinese company has gained over 13 years of experience in this field and put several at public display, claiming that only their patented moulds makes this single tube printing possible.