Meds & Food for Kids Interview

Haiti has a serious malnutrition problem. One in five Haitian children is malnourished, while one in fifteen dies by the age of five. Haiti finds itself in this position due to a series of political coups in the late 80s and early 90s. The political instability left Haiti in a world of trouble as the country lacks sustainable economic development. Poverty ravages the island, and toddlers, and pregnant and nursing women take the brunt of it.

Meds & Food for Kids produces gold standard treatment for malnourished children in Haiti. This employs Haitians, buys from local farmers and decreases the cost to treat malnourished Haitian children and women.

Find out how Meds & Food for Kids follow the standards set by the World Health Organization when it comes to nutrition and health.

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