Underrepresented communities in Hawaii, Jamaica, and Ghana, Africa will benefit in the following ways:
1. Water quality improvement by using plants to filter out pollution. Tropical surface water quality worldwide is declining and needs green solutions;
2. Primary bioassay screening of botanical remedies for cancer and HIV/AIDS. Intellectual property rights go to traditional healers;
3. Education and curricula development through collaborative research and video documentation.
The project will aim to create sustainable medicinal plant ecosystems for underrepresented peoples in Hawaii, Jamaica, and Ghana, Africa led by traditional healers from different nations collaborating together for the first time ever.
Monitoring, educating on, and creating indigenous based health ecosystems in developing nations in order to provide affordable medicinal plant systems at a community level to treat cancer and HIV/AIDS.