Team Mor-Water

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Our Team

Our Mission

Mor-Water is looking forward to promoting the planting and use of Moringa oleifera as a solution to health problems, focusing on providing a regional and natural alternative to the common water purification systems and protein sources offered.

Our Background

Mor-Water, is more than just a group. Mor-Water is a group of guatemalan friends that have studied together for the last 4 years. Our friendship started when we decided to take the initiative to study agriculture production in the National School of Agriculture in Guatemala. Our biggest dream was to provide ways to improve the less favored communities a better lifestyle but we didn’t have the resources to do so. That is why we applied to the Panamerican Agriculture School Zamorano, to continue learning about different ways to provide food to our world. Today, we have specialized our knowledge and learned more about the importance of creating projects to contribute to the problematics that surround us. During our class practices, we have been able to confront the real situation we have in hands as a species and with an opportunity to be a part of the change, we are more than willing to help. Our focus is on water because we believe water is necessary for every branch that has to do with agriculture in a direct way or not. When we find better ways to produce food, we will also need alternatives to have purified water to drink. That is why as a part of Mor-Water we are determined to be a part of the TFF Challenge by using all the resources we have to give more ideas, more alternatives… more water.

Our Team

Our Mission

Mor-Water is looking forward to promoting the planting and use of Moringa oleifera as a solution to health problems, focusing on providing a regional and natural alternative to ...Read More

Our Background

Mor-Water, is more than just a group. Mor-Water is a group of guatemalan friends that have studied together for the last 4 years. Our friendship started when we ...Read More

The information contained here represents student project ideas developed as the result of brainstorming activities during Round 1 of the TFF Challenge. It does not represent any final business plans or commercial products.