Treat and Prevent Malnutrition in Haiti

$2,285 $2,715
Raised Remaining
Oct 25, 2010

Mesi (Thank you)!

Young boy eating Supplementary
Young boy eating Supplementary'Plumpy®

Thank you all for your continued support of our work to meet the nutritional needs of the most vulnerable children around the world. This year has been a difficult one in many parts of the globe. In Haiti, the rebuilding efforts have been slow and laborious. Fortunately, we have been able to have an impact. With your help we have sent nutritional supplements to hundreds of children in need.

When our team went to Haiti recently, we were able to follow the shipment and its distribution. We are pleased to report that programs depending on these important supplements are successfully providing nutrition supplements (Supplementary’Plumpy®) to young children who are most at risk.

Funds are still needed to complete the project so please help us spread the word.

Mesi (thank you) for being a part of the solution. 

Unloading boxes of Supplementary
Unloading boxes of Supplementary'Plumpy®
Two brothers in a village near feeding center
Two brothers in a village near feeding center



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Project Leader

Marie Wisecup

Communications Manager
Providence, RI United States

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Map of Treat and Prevent Malnutrition in Haiti