An Enduring Commitment to Haiti
University of Minnesota Almuni Spotlight
April 25, 2011
While short-term relief has its place, Patricia Wolff, M.D., is partial to the permanent fix. Wolff, a pediatrician, 1972 Medical School alumna, and founder of the nonprofit Meds & Food for Kids, is focused on combating malnutrition in Haiti — starting with its root causes.
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Meds & Food seeks $600,000 for Haitian factory
St. Louis Buisness Journal
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Meds & Food for Kids a St. Louis-based nonprofit that produces and distributes foods to malnourished children in Haiti, said it needs to raise $600,000 in the next six months in order to build a much-needed new factory there this year. The planned new, larger factory would be more efficient and enable production to be increased tenfold, to treat 80,000 children annually, Meds & Food for Kids officials said.
Below is a rendering provided by Burns & McDonnell of the factory.