Patricia Wolff, M.D., treating a child in Justinian Hospital's malnutrition clinic in Cap-Haitien, Haiti.
Jean pouring Medika Mamba—a peanut butter-based treatment for malnutrition produced at Meds & Food for Kids.
Jonas, a farmer near Cap-Haitien, Haiti, holding some of his peanut crop. Dr. Patricia Wolff’s organization, Meds & Food for Kids, helps Jonas grow better peanuts and then buys them for its Medika Mamba production in Haiti.
Jean-Marie and Jamie unloading raw peanuts from local farmers into the Meds & Food for Kids factory.
Therèse sealing a packet of Medika Mamba in the Meds & Food for Kids factory.
Dr. Patricia Wolff in the Meds & Food for Kids factory’s quality-control laboratory.
Dr. Patricia Wolff with Harold, head of peanut processing at the Meds & Food for Kids factory.
Madame Gourges, chief nurse at Justinian Hospital’s pediatric malnutrition clinic, weighing a patient.
A child receiving a packet of Medika Mamba.