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More than a treatment. A solution.

Based in Haiti, we save lives and transform futures
by treating malnourished children & mothers, training farmers, and creating jobs.

50%

of Haiti’s population is at
emergency or crisis levels of
food insecurity

1 in 3

Haitian children
are living in
severe food poverty

277,000

children in Haiti
are acutely malnourished
in 2024

WE REACH THE LAST MILE.

Our staff and partners work together to ensure children in the most affected and hardest-to-reach parts of Haiti receive the treatment they need.

WE EMPOWER COMMUNITIES.

By training and supporting Haitian farmers, more families have access to nutritious foods. Keeping our workforce in Haiti stimulates the local economy and reduces poverty.

Together with our supporters, we make a difference by doing what works.

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Our Mission & Vision

Meds & Food for Kids is dedicated to meeting the essential nutritional needs of malnourished children, pregnant and nursing mothers, and school children using Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTFs) produced in our factory in Cap-Haitien, Haiti.

Our long-term vision sees the achievement of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger. By strengthening food systems, interrupting the cycle of poverty, and treating and preventing malnutrition, Meds & Food for Kids advances towards this goal every day.

Meds & Food for Kids has treated nearly 1 million children and mothers.

Help us reach 1 million with your gift today.

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“I make it my duty to share with you the happy outcome of your providential donation of Plumpy’Nut to the MSPP… With inputs from MFK, we were able to put 1,919 children in Cite Soleil under treatment for severe acute malnutrition… Thank you for your effective and efficient collaboration.”

Dr. Joseline Marhone Pierre

Director of Food & Nutrition, Haiti Ministry of Public Health & Population