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Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need

by Jake's Diapers, Inc.
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need
Hurricane Matthew: Saving Haitian Babies in Need

Summary

Jake's Diapers serves babies around the world living in devastatingly difficult situations, where sometimes a choice has to be made between food and diapers. On Tuesday, October 4th Hurricane Matthew hit Haiti, devastating parts of Haiti and severely damaging other areas. This project is specifically for provision of cloth diapers at no cost to orphanages, rescue centers and missionaries in hurricane-affected areas.

$260
total raised
4
donors
0
monthly donors
2
years

Challenge

Babies living in extreme poverty around the world have to choose between food & diapers. Though rescue centers, orphanages and missionaries exist to assist some of these populations, those organizations still struggle to find enough funding and supplies to help these babies. Now imagine being hit by natural disaster, Hurricane Matthew, and the situation is much more dire.

Solution

Just 12 cloth diapers can diaper a baby from infancy through potty-training, meaning these babies can finally have diapers, instead of going without. Through our Diaper Drops in Haiti, we are helping local organizations leverage the funds they have available to better care for their babies and focus extremely limited resources on recovering and rebuilding from the devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew.

Long-Term Impact

As our partner organizations in Haiti continue to have their diaper needs solved, they are able to save funds and work on recovery efforts from Hurricane Matthew. Long term, they can work towards future improvements in their care. This can mean adding educational programs, offering better healthcare, improved quality of food (more protein!) - all steps that set these babies up for long term survival and productive members of society.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.jakesdiapers.org
Jake's Diapers Official Website!
Find Jake's Diapers on Facebook!
Learn about one of our Diaper Drop Partners!
Lindsey's Mission Trip to Real Hope for Haiti

Organization Information

Jake's Diapers, Inc.

Location: Little Chute, WI - USA
Website:
Project Leader:
Stephanie Bowers
Jake's Diapers, Inc.
Kaukauna, WI United States

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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