Children  Niger Project #7239

Treat Malnutrition with Plumpy'nut® in Niger

by Edesia, Inc.
Treat Malnutrition with Plumpy'nut® in Niger
Treat Malnutrition with Plumpy'nut® in Niger
Treat Malnutrition with Plumpy'nut® in Niger
Treat Malnutrition with Plumpy'nut® in Niger


This project provides revolutionary, nutrient-rich Plumpy’nut® to children in Niger and saves the lives of children suffering from the worst form of malnutrition.

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This year Niger is facing one of the gravest food and nutrition crises of its history. Due to drought, massive loss of crops and livestock have contributed to 17% of children under five suffering from acute malnutrition requiring immediate treatment. Plumpy’nut® is the most effective way to treat malnutrition. A peanut paste packed with calories and nutrients, and transforms a child in a matter of weeks. This project will supply Plumpy’nut® during this critical time.


Plumpy’nut® provides the calories and micronutrients that a starving child needs. This means more children will survive, and ultimately recover, gain weight, build stronger immune systems, and have healthy futures.

Long-Term Impact

During a crisis such as this one it is vital to reach children as soon as possible. We have a small window of opportunity to ensure that children not only survive but are able to grow to their full potential.


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Organization Information

Edesia, Inc.

Location: North Kingstown, RI - USA
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Twitter: @edesiaglobal
Edesia, Inc.
Marie Wisecup
Project Leader:
Marie Wisecup
Communications Manager
Providence, RI Afghanistan

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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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