On July 22nd, Patricia Rice writes in the St. Louis Beacon about the progress in Haiti since the earthquake. It focuses on Meds & Food For Kids and a Haitian hospital, both founded by St. Louisians. The article discusses the problems facing Haiti following the earthquake and the relief provided by MFK. Rice writes that Medika Mamba "has more magic than anything in Willie Wonka's fictional factory." To read the complete story please Click here.
Meds & Food for Kids saves the lives of Haiti's malnourished children by producing and distributing highly nutritious foods, including Medika Mamba, a Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food endorsed by the World Health Organization and UNICEF. Because of its commitment to Haiti's long-term development, MFK produces Medika Mamba in Haiti, with Haitian labor, and with many Haitian raw materials.