Malnutrition Center Equipment in Haiti

$2,000 of $2,000
This project is completed!
Location: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Partner: Middle Ground
Placement: Hunger
Impact: 200 Kids
We believe every child deserves to thrive!

Chronic hunger is an enormous problem plaguing Haitian families. More than 1 in 10 children in Haiti are severely malnourished, and 1 in 5 are underweight. The malnutrition and recovery center is here to help! Join us in fighting for the vision of a country where every child can thrive at home with their family.

This provides a place for these families to come to heal. We strive to not only offer intervention through emergency treatment of severe malnutrition, but also offer opportunities for families to provide for their children once they return home, through sustainability and education groups. To date, 3 years since opening, we have seen 382 children across 290 families, and every week we see and admit new children into the recovery center who need malnutrition treatment.

We are in need of a new inverter which will provide electricity to the whole recovery center. Everywhere from the emergency treatment rooms to the classrooms. Without consistent and reliable electricity we cannot provide the life-saving malnutrition care people need, as all of our medical equipment is electrical. As we now have more babies we also need a new scale. This is at the heart of what we do, to assess children, determine their treatment and watch their progress as they fight malnutrition, we need a accurate pediatric scale.
Lift Up is a Non Profit Organization where we believe every donation makes a difference, which is why we maximize your gift by making sure 100% of your donation goes to those we Lift Up. We make it easy for you to change the world, whether it be combatting malnutrition or being able to donate clean water to communities that need it, we believe every project matters and strive to bring the tangible needs that are close to your heart to the light.
We believe that every child deserves to thrive!

Malnutrition Center Equipment in Haiti

$2,000 of $2,000
Project Completed