Medika Mamba updates

I wanted to give you an update on the medika mamba program.  For those of you new to the blog you can read here and here.  Medika mamba is produced here in Haiti by local farmers through the organization Meds & Food for Kids.  The medika mamba is purchased in Haiti by World Wide Village.  T & T Livesay work with WWV and get the product to us for the kids.  Tara ran a marathron to raise funds for this project.  This product works well for many, many malnurished children in Haiti.

ELANDE

          lowest weight 13 pounds                     currently  19 pounds

GEDEON

lowest weight 19 pounds                                currently   23 pounds

LOVE-BEBIE

starting weight 12 pounds                               currently 19.5 pounds

MARIE-LANGE

lowest weight 13 pounds                         currently   19.5 pounds

ERLINE

 starting weight 15 pounds                             currently 21 pounds

SILFISE

starting weight 17 pounds                 currently 20.5 pounds

Stats for our program

Graduated—–71

died———— 21

currently on program—-16

That is a total of 108 children that been direclty affected by medika mamba.

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8 Responses to Medika Mamba updates

  1. kristen says:

    I’m sending out articles to two newspapers in my area reguarding items for amputees and also for farming tools. I’ve been in contact with debbie and she is helping me. keep posting, there might be some more viewers.

  2. Anna K. says:

    WOW those kids look AMAZING. Thanks for all the work you do for those kids… toenail to toenail with the devil, and you are winning! Only by the grace of God. Love you Licia.

  3. Amanda says:

    Licia, My name is Amanda and I am friends with the Posys. I am working on getting my prereqs for the nursing program at our local college and seeing these pics just makes me want to work harder and get done faster, so I can help! Thanks so much for all you do… It hurts so much to see these kids sick and it’s great to know someone is over there, helping them, and loving them for Christ!

  4. haitirescuecenter says:

    Okay this is the most amazing post I have done in a long time. Look at those kids! I am just going to leave a comment for myself. The change is amazing to me. Thanks Anna K. for filling the bowls up each night for the kids. You rock!

  5. Caroline says:

    OOOOHHHHHHH MYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY GGGGGGGOOOOOOOOOSSSSHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!! I can’t believe my eyes. These pictures are so amazing. Do you guys know how amazing you are? Look at your hands. Right now, stop what you are doing and look at your hands, those are the hands of Jesus. Thanks for all that you do!!! LOVE Y’ALL!!!!!!!

  6. Dawn in NC says:

    Thank you for posting all these before & after photos. You moved me to start up a fixed monthly donation to Meds & Food for Kids and to encourage others (through my blog) to do so as well.
    Your pictures are worth a MILLION words.

  7. Julie says:

    God bless you.
    God bless you.
    God bless you.

    😀

    In Christ,
    Julie

  8. […] To see more kids treated and recovered, visit this March 2010 post. […]

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