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Lovejie, Fara Mardi and Guerrier Lamothe

BALANCED HIGH NUTRITION MEALS:

The team from Kids Against Hunger, Cargill, Pillsbury, General Mills and Archer Daniels Midland successfully developed a food mixture comprised of fortified soybean, essential vitamins & minerals, vegetables, and rice.

 

Our food packet can reverse the starvation process, help restore health, and improve a child's mental and physical alertness.

Multiple Servings Per Packet: One packet provides a child with six one-cup servings.

Protein Rich: Each packet contains six 11 gram servings of protein.

Vitamin and mineral fortified: Each serving contains 21 essential vitamins & minerals for a growing body.

HaitiOne partnering with United Caribbean Trust feeding children in Haiti physically and Spiritually
HaitiOne partnering with United Caribbean Trust feeding children in Haiti physically and Spiritually

Global Acceptance: Rice, a globally recognized staple, is used as the base.

Simple & Safe to Prepare: Boil packet contents in water for twenty minutes.

Keeps Well: Unopened packet has a shelf-life of three years.

Seen here the UCT Haiti coordinator delighted to have been given a box of this excellent product.

 

United Caribbean Trust Sawyer point one filter Homes of Hope Caribbean
Food for Life Haiti

 

HAITI STATISTICS:

 

Haiti

U.S.A

Average Annual Income

$1,800

$43,500

Life Expectancy

53 years

78 years

Poverty Rate

80.0%

13%

Literacy Rate

52.9%

99%

Infant Mortality Rate

72 deaths/1,000 births

6.3 deaths/1,000 births

Malnourished Children Under 5

greater than 33%

less than 1%

Consider that the top 1% of the world's richest people earn as much as the poorest 57%. When we talk about the world's richest 1%, we are not talking about millionaires living is luxury. If you are reading this article, there is a good chance that you belong to this 1% group.

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HaitiOne partnering with United Caribbean Trust feeding children in Haiti physically and Spiritually
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Information below sourced from www.wfp.org

Every year, an estimated 38,000 children under the age of five die - almost one out of three because of malnutrition.

Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, and one of the most disadvantaged countries in the developing world. It ranks 153 out of 177 countries on the UNDP Human Development Index (2004). 75% of Haitians live on less than US$2 per day, while 55% live on less than US$1 per day.
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Vio Oberto Maryse Aladin Maudeline Maloi

Chronic malnutrition is widespread among the most vulnerable, with severe or moderate stunting affecting 42 percent of children under five.

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While easily preventable, maladies like malnutrition and diarrhea kill 28 percent and 20 percent of children aged 0–5, respectively. Food supply covers only 55 percent of the population and daily food insecurity affects 40 percent of Haitian homes.
Kettelie Maloi
Nadege Antoine
Clifford Desir
Haiti ranks along with Afghanistan and Somalia as one of the three countries of the world with the worst daily caloric deficit per inhabitant (460 kcal/day).

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Fara Mardi  and  Guerrier Lamothe Chaneica Jerome
Wideline Bayard and Ismael Louis
After School Club feeding program Some 2.4 million Haitians cannot afford the minimum 2,240 daily calories recommended by the World Health Organization.
After School Club feeding program Sebastian
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“When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist.”

Archbishop Dom Helder

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Steve Jerome and Stevenson Drouillard
Otnel Philogene
Kettelie Maloi

Permission requested to use information from www.wehaitians.com

1 of 6 hungry people in the slums of Haiti are giving new meaning to the phrase "dirt poor." As food prices soar, many desperate people are eating mud cookies to stave off their hunger pangs. In Haiti children are able to shoe dirt-streaked tongues after eating mud cookies.

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Sully Anderson
Clington Cherubin
 
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