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helps with 60 children in petit goave

by Mopab
helps with 60 children in petit goave


help with 60 children in small Goave our program is designed to provide life-threatening illness, like what the measles and tetanus. what looks like a program is to help our children learn about them - even and about their disease this project will serve to improve and save lives. with this little project we can integrate 60 mother to understand and to learn the mechanisms of food in order to better feed their children. the UN says says 58% of households being able to feed their children

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causes of missing financial means and also faces a deficit of training in families. However, there is no appropriate food practices for children from 0 to 6 years. We are small Goave or food production is its lowest level. that's why every year almost 50 to 60 children of 0-6 years died of causes certain diseases related to nutrition as malnutrition.


These aims we need you for this project is not ours, it's yours is mostly theirs. help with 60 children in small Goave proceed to the training of 60 mothers of their children, takers of the training against deadly diseases such as malnutrition, measles, tetanus

Long-Term Impact

the project will help ensure that 600 children enjoy good health after 1 year the community will have knowledge of the best feeding practices and these children have access to education and 60 mothers so formed may in turn help other mothers in a program called follow-up support mutueul

Organization Information


Location: Petit Goave - Haiti
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Twitter: @mopab_haiti
james ANDRE
Project Leader:
james ANDRE
Petit Goave, Haiti

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