Through partnership and mutual support we are able to reach even more children throughout Haiti.  Together, we will continue to work toward ending malnutrition in Haiti.

 


 

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Pmakendyroducts used:

Medika Mamba|Mamba Djanm

Our Partnership:

Partners since 2014, MFK is proud to work with Children’s Health Ministries.  Children’s Health Ministries conducts malnutrition clinics in two locations, holds annual mobile medical clinics, and distributes RUTF in an impoverished area of Carrefour. In the course of 2+ years running a malnutrition program CHM has seen almost 1,000 children in two locations in Carrefour.  They have had a great success rate in treating children with Medika Mamba.

 

 


 

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Products used:

Medika Mamba|Mamba Djanm

Our Partnership:

Partners since 2013, MFK is proud to work with Danita’s Children.  Danita’s Children serves the children of the Hope for Haiti Children’s Center, as well as the children of the surrounding region of Ouanaminthe, Haiti. The dedicated doctors and nurses of Danita’s Children are able to perform outpatient primary medical and malnutrition care, and provides patients with an on-site pharmacy.

 

 


 

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Medika Mamba|Mamba Djanm

Our Partnership:

Partners since 2010, MFK is proud to work with Real Hope for Haiti.  Real Hope for Haiti’s mission projects have grown and become focused on a particularly impoverished part of Haiti, a rural village called Cazale. The mission has formed a medical clinic as well as a rescue center for children with life threatening conditions, such as kwashiorkor, severe malnutrition, and third degree burns.

 

 

 


 

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Reimagine Mamba KidsProducts used:

Medika Mamba

Our Partnership:

Partners since 2014, MFK is proud to work with Reimagine Haiti.  Reimagine Haiti treats children with Severe Acute Malnutrition in in-patient and out-patient programs. Located in Belle-Anse, on the coast of Haiti’s Southeast Department, they work together with local Haitians to take a holistic approach to community development. Their malnutrition treatment with Medika Mamba is just one program of many that they have to assist in the local area.

 


 

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Medika Mamba|Mamba Djanm

Our Partnership:

Partners since 2011, MFK is proud to work with Second Mile Haiti.  Second Mile Haiti treats children with Severe Acute Malnutrition in an encouraging residential environment that allows mothers to learn more about their child’s condition and participate in their recovery.  Located between Milot and Cap Haitien, Second Mile Haiti uses Medika Mamba and Mamba Djanm to treat severe, chronic and acute malnutrition in children.

 


 

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Products used:

Medika Mamba|Mamba Djanm

Our Partnership:

Partners since 2012, MFK is proud to work with Sonje Ayiti.  Sonje Ayiti is a group of Haitian and international  humanitarians who collaborate to uplift the Haitian community through education, economic development, and health promotion.  Meds & Food for Kids partners with Sonje Ayiti to provide treatment of severely malnourished children in some of Haiti’s most rural areas (The Last Mile).

 

 


 

 Shada Clinic

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Medika  Mamba|Mamba Djanm

Our Partnership:

Shada is the poorest area of Cap Haitien, Haiti. Cap Haitien is the second largest city in Haiti. Next to a finger of  the ocean, Shada is a tightly packed neighborhood of cement block buildings with metal roofs or wooden lean-tos. There is a very high percentage of unemployed adults, a high number of single parent households, and the kind of poverty that does not allow for $1 transport of a sick child or a pregnant woman to the local hospital. Many illnesses go untreated and rates of childhood malnutrition and maternal undernutrition are high. MFK, in partnership with Hands Up For Haiti, supports a supplementation program using Mamba Djanm for pregnant and nursing mothers and supplies Medika Mamba for malnourished children.