Community Programs

Malnutrition and diseases related to hunger cause about six in ten childhood deaths, or approximately 5 million per year in the world. In addition vitamin deficiencies or hidden hunger affects health, growth and development, and educational performance. Anemia, which can result in long-term diminished mental development affects up to 61% of children 6 months to 6 years old. As such, providing healthcare to an impoverished population involves more than prescribing medication.

In a country were many struggle to have enough to eat, distribution of food such as rice, beans, and cornmeal makes all the difference. We offer services, which help those we serve heal and prosper. This includes:

Distributing donated clothes, toys, and toiletries.

  • Offering education programs in nutrition, disease prevention, children and
  • women health, pregnancy prevention, HIV/AIDS, and other conditions.
  • Developing a nutrition program to alleviate the problem of hunger and malnutrition.
  • Distributing food, nutritional supplement,vitamins.
  • Elderly program to support a very vulnerable portion of the population.

We work and collaborate with local and international organizations to ensure that the residents get the assistance they need to improve their lives.


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