Hands In Service is another organization that we work with in taking teams to Honduras. They also provide many goods to MAMA for distribution (clothes, toys, shoes) and we are grateful for their provisions.
In Haiti, Hope for Health provides MAMA clinics to villages around LaBaleine, Haiti. They have teams about 4 times a year to serve through mobile medical clinics.
In Ian's Boots provides shoes for our teams to hand out in community visits.
Jesus is Our All - A missionary nurse to Kenya provides medical care to very remote villages. She also provides micronutrients and uses some of the materials from the Child Survival Trainings in her work.
MAMA Project is a member of International Noma Federation , helping children in Sub-Saharan Africa that are malnourished and often suffer from noma as a result.
One Village Coffee is a local coffee business that support fair wages for coffee farmers around the world. In the past, they have sold sell a Honduran coffee that helps benefit MAMA's programs.
Project Harar works in Ethiopia and has begun using our micronutrient powder in their orphanages.
Rona Foundation in Nairobi, Kenya works with the widows. They have begun to use our micronutrient powder with the people whom they serve.
Sharing the Journey International focuses on cleft palate surgeries for children in Guatemala. Due to living conditions, many of these children are malnourished as well. The organization has begun implementing some of what they learned through MAMA's Child Survival Trainings to improve the health of the children that need surgeries.