Going Home

 Chrislene went home this week.  She is  a graduate of the medika mamba program.  

Desir has been with us since Nov 2008.  He had a severe burn on the inside of both of his legs.  He took over a year for them to heal.     

Miloudia going home this week at 22 pounds-she is a graduate of the medika mamba program.     

This is Elna’s 2nd time in the RC.  She went from 26.5 (lowest weight) to 31 pounds

 Sodney went from 34 pounds (lowest weight) to 40 pounds in 1 month.  He is a graduate of the medika mamba program. 

Wilgens went from 20.5 pounds to 25 1/4 pounds.  He is also a graduate of the medika mamba program

Wisly was here for several months she gained 4 pounds and went home this week with her happy papa. 


Andre Jean started at 35.5 pounds –he got down to 29 pounds after losing his water weight from the kwashiorkor.  He went home this week at 35 pounds.  He is also a proud graduate of the medika mamba program.   

We have an average of 30 children on the Medika Mamba program now.  We added Dayclef today.  He is drinking it mixed with infant formula.  He is still alive.  I love the medika mamba so much and it is great for the kids.  It works so well and has great results.  It is saving lives.  It is healing kids with kwashiorkor.  It is helping adults that are malnourished.  Thanks to all of you that  have made it possible for these kids to recover quickly and return home to their families.  We are so grateful to World Wide Village and the Livesay family for their continued support of this program.  All of us together are changing lives through a simply product that is produced right here in Haiti.  That makes me love the product even more.  I wish you could all come and see with your eyes the change that happens with these kids.  How quickly they begin to transform, how their smile returns, how they begin to play, how they begin to walk, how they begin to run and jump.  I love  when their families comes to visit them they are shocked  to see the change in their child.  Most raise their hands and say “Merci Jezi”  (Thank you Jesus) and “Bondye ap fe travay li” (God is doing His work).  Sometimes you do not even have to tell someone with your words about Jesus, they feel Him and see Him through the actions that you do.  They believe that God has healed their child and they want more of Him.  We see it over and over and over again.  

1 Peter 2:10-12 (The Message)

 9-10But you are the ones chosen by God, chosen for the high calling of priestly work, chosen to be a holy people, God’s instruments to do his work and speak out for him, to tell others of the night-and-day difference he made for you—from nothing to something, from rejected to accepted.  11-12Friends, this world is not your home, so don’t make yourselves cozy in it. Don’t indulge your ego at the expense of your soul. Live an exemplary life among the natives so that your actions will refute their prejudices. Then they’ll be won over to God’s side and be there to join in the celebration when he arrives. 


5 Responses to Going Home

  1. a friend says:

    Yes, praise God for doing His work!

  2. Debby says:

    Thank you for sharing all the blessings of children getting better and going home. My daughter and I would like to come work with youfor a week or two in March. she is a will graduate as an RN in May. I continue to support you in the life saving work you are doing. Praying for all the children and adults at RHFH.

  3. Bonnie says:

    Praying for you. Thank you for all of the difficult things you face every day that so often leads to others seeing the face of God.

  4. Jonas says:


  5. […] the RHFH blog there are arrival photos paired up with going home photos, and if you page down at this particular post, you can read a little bit about how they use Medika Mamba and the great impact it can have on […]

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