As we work to create sustainable change in vulnerable communities, we know that numbers only tell part of the story – really, it’s about the names, faces and personalities of the children and families we work with each day and the thoughtful professional strategy we are planning and implementing in our offices and on the ground to make their situation better. Thank you for your role in making 2015 another fantastic year in our journey with communities.
SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2015:
Food security to more than 2,500 orphaned and vulnerable children - totaling 1,763,475 meals.
Expansion of our Early Childhood Supplemental Feeding Program in partnership with the Guatemalan government.
120 safe, energy efficient cook stoves constructed to date, resulting in healthier homes for approximately 1,000 people.
Improved access to nutrition for families with a totalof 45 organic home gardens.
100 health and empowerment trainings, frequent home visits, as well as other key support provided to women in 6 Guatemalan communities.
18 mission teams supported our programs in Haiti and Guatemala.
Multiple medical clinics in Haiti and Guatemala serving over 600 children and their families.
Over 300 children treated for worms and tested for anemia, malaria and HIV in Haiti.
School Supplies for over 900 Guatemalan children.
Christmas parties for orphanages and communities - bringing joy to more than 3,000 children.
New Partnerships: CEC Infrastructure Solutions, International Medical Outreach, Oklahoma State University Chapter of Engineers Without Borders, The Riverside Church of New York City, and The Zimmerman Family Foundation.
In 2016, we are looking forward to building on these successes, expanding our reach, and as always increasing the sustainability of all we do!
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