“We Have On This Earth What Makes Life Worth Living!”
Lebanon’s sea promised gas, and its soil enjoys various treasures that might be exploited if the population give up for a moment complaining and their “Shisha”. A young guy worked in Mahmerch village, in Batroun, to transform poultry waste into natural fertilizers that were less expensive than chemical ones, to avoid weight pockets and chemical malignancies… Fertilizers that help agriculture, which helps the national economy: Andrew Daou, who shone brightly amid the gloom of our youth.
Andrew has not only transformed garbage into fertilizer that feeds the earth, but he has also transformed hopelessness into hope, which feeds Lebanese spirit.
The hopes of young people have spread like wildfire from the fringes of Batroun.
Andrew produced fertilizers for export from poultry manure, which is a significant source of new revenue; thus, does the state prioritize selling these items above shipping young people?