Treat and Prevent Malnutrition in Haiti

 
$2,285
$2,715
Raised
Remaining
Feb 3, 2011

One Child at a Time

A year after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, we look back on the year of recovery and rebuilding. There are still many challenges left to overcome and the problems are not all solved. 

But, Edesia is proud to have played its part in the response.

Through the shipments of Supplementary'Plumpy, young children at very high risk of malnutrition were prevented from falling into severe malnutrition. In times of emergency, ready-to-use foods allow us to intervene quickly and have an immediate impact, providing children with the nutrition they require until they are able to get nutritional autonomy. 

To stay up to date on these critical issues as they unfold you can find us at http://www.edesiaglobal.org/ or join us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Edesia/152173231660.

You have played a valuable role in helping us to reach one child at a time. You have had an impact. Thank you!

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Organization

Edesia, Inc.

Providence, RI, United States
http://www.edesiaglobal.org

Project Leader

Marie Wisecup

Communications Manager
Providence, RI United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Treat and Prevent Malnutrition in Haiti