The 2010 earthquake in Haiti did not cause the country’s poverty, but put a country in crisis over the edge. Today, 25% of Haitian children are severely malnourished, a problem that leads to children who are stunted emotionally, physically, and intellectually.
Medika Mamba, a proven peanut butter based nutritional formula made by Meds and Food for Kids and produced in Haiti, can help end child malnutrition in Haiti. Made with rich nutrients kids need, the formula can make a severely malnourished child healthy in just 5 weeks! Testimonial after testimonial have proven how a treatment of Medika Mamba—administered at home—can save a child’s life and let them grow up to be healthy and happy.
That’s why Janji , the new socially-conscious running apparel line, has chosen to partner with Meds and Food for Kids to fight malnutrition in Haiti. Troubled by decades of problems only worsened by the earthquake, the newest generation in Haiti needs our help to make their country better, and t it starts with the right nutrition.
We can help make a difference in Haiti.
Run for another by helping Haiti end childhood malnutrition.
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