- Costa Rica(3)
- New Zealand(1)
- Republic of Korea (South Korea)(1)
- Russian Federation(3)
- South Africa(1)
- Sri Lanka(2)
- United Arab Emirates(1)
- United States of America(2)
Bhutan students learn on EM Technology for the School Agricultural Project.
Some schools are growing moringa trees and produce tea for sale and support education of children more
Approximately 18,000 people have thrown 1.2 million EM Mudballs into channels, rivers and seafronts in Malaysia hoping to recover the mother earth. more
The Recycle Center of Pobsook in Thailand was established to recycle household waste and convert it into organic fertilizer. The center also offers lectures to promote the importance of waste classification for residents, school students, public officials and people from Thailand and even overseas. more
Saraburi Kyusei Nature Farming Training Center in Thailand organizes training programs to extend Nature Farming and EM Technology.
They also offers workshops to support national project in promoting healthy farming.
It also has a training and demonstration model farm exclusively for Nature Farming using EM Technology. more
After a severe economic crisis in Thailand, King Phumiphon proposed the philosophy of“Sufficiency Economy".
This means that all individuals have enough to be independent and produce their own products for self consume.
The Royal Thai Army introduced EM as a tool to promote nature farming within rural areas to accomplish the self sufficiency program. more
EM Technologies in Kenya manages a model farm where they grow EM vegetables and fruits.
Since 2016, EM Technologies donates EM vegetables and EM fruits grown on their farm to an AIDS orphan home.
Currently, 30 children who lost their parents with HIV are living in this Center. more
Perhaps, Meio is the only university in Japan in terms of collaboration with EM Research Organization in the large scale. On campus EM Institute broadcasts EM-related information, workshops, and Activated EM-1 available to the public. How are they successful? more
Nozomi no Sato (House of Hope in Japanese) is a NPO group which uses EM Technology to recycle organic wastes. It is also a home for disabled people who learn social and work skills through contributing to the recycle programs. Let's hear the story from House of Hope. more
It was in 1994 when Bhutan started applying EM Technology in agriculture. They aimed at developing nature farming which can produce EM-treated materials for schools, farmers and other users. The next big change began since 2000 when the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests and Education enacted the School Agriculture Project to teach youth potential of agriculture.
There is a city called Cajica in Colombia where environmental problems became serious which they believe stem from precarious community-management of household wastes. The city’s catholic organization called FUNDASES decided to improve the situation with 55000 residents in the city. Through their educational programs and training, children and adults learned how to make wastes compost with EM Technology for soil conditioning.
The Kibera slum, the largest slum in East Africa, is in Kenya where a million people stay without well-established infrastructure(e.g., no tap water, poorly conditioned toilets). To improve the environment, a group of organizations and the Kenya government established a joint venture to improve the sanitation with EM Technology while creating jobs for those who seek. more
Costales family runs a farm growing food and farming in- and out of water in south of Manila, Philippines. Their style is nature farming, which was awarded by the president in 2012. Farming was not the only business of theirs. They hold workshops to spread EM Technology use in the neighborhood.