Children
 Haiti
Project #16013

Give Wisly a year of nutritious food!

A microproject by International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)
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Summary

This project will provide a year of nutritious food for Wisly. 12 year old Wisly's dad died in the earthquake, leaving his mom to look after ten children. She couldn't provide for them, so she abandoned Wisly and two of his brothers at the orphanage. Wisley is one of the orphanage's most out-going kids - he LOVES posing for photos. He's also doing really well in school. But without nutritious meals to keep him growing, Wisly's future will be bleak.
$440
total raised
8
donors
0
monthly donors
2
years active

Challenge

As an orphan, Wisly is among the most vulnerable of Haitian children. There isn't a nationwide child protection service operating in Haiti to provide for her basic needs. That means that, without your help, Wisly may have to go without nutritious meals, leaving him more vulnerable to illness and less healthy.

Solution

By donating today, you'll help us provide the food Wisly needs to stay healthy.

Long-Term Impact

A healthy, balanced diet prevents illness and promotes healthy growth. By providing the nutritious food Wisly needs, you're preventing illness and helping him to grow up strong!

Resources

http:/​/​www.idvolunteers.org

Organization Information

International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)

Location: Bristol, Somerset - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​www.idvolunteers.org
Project Leader:
Emma Taylor
Enderby, Licester United Kingdom

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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