Kimberly Green of the Green Family Foundation is currently featured on The Huffington Post in response to the recent “mud cookie” article by AP reporter, Jonathan Katz about malnutrition and hunger in Haiti.
Kimberly has been an advocate for the people of Haiti since she met the founding doctors of Project Medishare in 2002. Her article makes excellent points about holistic solutions to end poverty proposed by Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, and how Project Medishare has used its own unique strategy which emphasizes social justice and personal empowerment.
Read Kimberly’s article, “Global Poverty at its Worst: Mud Cookies in Haiti” here.
You can give your own support to Project Medishare by donating $25, $50, $100, or more to Medishare’s Akamil Plant and its accompanying Nutrition and Training Facility which is currently under construction.