Health
 Malawi
Project #11

Promoting soy to help alleviate hunger in Malawi

by World Camp

Summary

Youth learn about the benefits of soy and receive a meal with soy. Each meal costs only 75 cents.
$490.08
total raised
5
donors
0
monthly donors
13
years

Challenge

WCK works to combat hunger in Malawi through an educational nutrition program that teaches youth about the importance of good nutrition. Due to a serious famine in Malawi there is a great need for both sustainable and immediate aid to alleviate hunger in Malawi. Our beneficiaries are Malawian Youth, the staff at each primary school who are all encouraged to share the information with their community. Volunteers also benefit from their first-hand contact with the Malawian people.

Solution

This program will provide immediate aid by providing each youth with a nutritious meal. It will also provide long-term aid through shared information about nutrition and soy.

Long-Term Impact

This project will educate Malawians on nutrition and provide the knowledge necessary to survive the famine their nation is currently facing. Pupils will learn the importance of nutrition and how they can grow soy and incorporate it into their diets.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

http:/​/​worldcampforkids.org

Organization Information

World Camp

Location: Asheville, North Carolina - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.worldcamp.co

Funded Project!

Thanks to 5 donors like you, a total of $490 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. 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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