A larger, more efficient Meds & Food for Kids factory will increase our Medika Mamba production from 80 metric tons to 800 metric tons annually, and the number of children who can be treated will likewise increase tenfold to 80,000. A facility designed for safe food processing and large-scale production will in turn drive economic development by creating more jobs and more demand for peanuts from local farmers.
Our plan to help end malnutrition and ignite economic development in Haiti is strong. We can’t do it without a new factory and we can’t do it without you. Your gift to the Local Hands, Bright Future campaign is an investment in the future of Haiti’s children.
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External Rendering of Factory
images provided by Burns and McDonnell