MFK MEDIA & RESOURCES
Overview of Meds & Food for Kids programs and impact
In the News
How St. Louisans helped build Haiti's largest solar project
06/25/2023 • St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Wolff: There is a solution to global child hunger and malnourishment
05/26/2023 • St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Meds & Food for Kids: International Social Enterprise Perspectives
02/06/2023
SLU International Business Now: Conversations that Matter
MFK's 20 year history of saving lives in Haiti.
MFK Research
1. Determinants of Anemia and Hemoglobin Concentration in Haitian School-Aged Children.Iannotti LL, Delnatus JR, Odom AR, Eaton JC, Griggs JJ, Brown S, Wolff PB. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2015 Nov 4;93(5): 1092-8.
2. Early nutrition transition in Haiti: linking food purchasing and availability to overweight status in school-aged children.Morshed AB, Becker HV, Delnatus JR, Wolff PB, Iannotti LL. Public Health Nutrition. 2016 Jul 4:1-8.
3. Fortified Snack Reduced Anemia in Rural School-Aged Children of Haiti: A Cluster-Randomized, Controlled Trial.Iannotti L, Dulience SJ, Joseph S, Cooley C, Tufte T, Cox K, Eaton J, Delnatus JR, Wolff PB. PLoS One. 2016 Dec22;11(12):e0168121.
4. Ready-to-use supplementary food increases fat mass and BMI in Haitian school-aged children.Iannotti LL, Henretty NM, Delnatus JR, Previl W, Stehl T, Vorkoper S, Bodden J, Maust A, Smidt R, Nash ML, Tamimie CA, Owen BC, Wolff PB. Journal of Nutrition. 11 February 2015: doi: 10.3945/jn.114.203182.

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