Fighting Malnutrition

According to latest statistics, malnutrition contributes to about fifty percent of child deaths under the age of 5 worldwide. Additionally, it causes physical and mental development impairments to millions of children. By using intervention, we can save millions of children by using a proven methods and support new approaches to fight malnutrition. Many children who live in poverty lack the right kind of food to get a healthy normal growth. This in turns make those children susceptible to illness which in turn weakens their immune system.

Malnutrition has been overlooked worldwide where contribution to fight it accounts for only one percent of foreign aid worldwide. This is due to its hidden role in the causes of children deaths and illnesses.

It is a fatal cycle where the problem starts even before pregnancy where malnourished woman and girls are more likely to give birth to unhealthy children. Due to their weak immune system, children who are malnourished are more likely to be infected with life threatening diseases as well as physical and cognitive impairments. This in turn puts a limitation on their ability to excel at school and diminishes their ability to be self-sufficient as adults. It is a malicious cycle that put a limit on families, communities, and countries to raise themselves out of poverty.

We work with our partners on verified tactics to improve nutrition, such as focusing on timing our attention to the first one thousands days immediately after birth, help young children, adolescent girls, and women have access to fortified food and supplemental. We help increase awareness of how good nutrition is essential to our quest to eradicate poverty.

We work closely with government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private sectors in order for us to share expertise and broaden our knowledge base in order for us to leave a positive impact on societies.