Ever wonder what makes MANA think we can use terms like"eradicate" when referring to severe acute malnutrition?  Here's why I defend the ambition, however impossibly bold - or even "nauseating" -  it may seem: The Carter Center Task Force for disease Eradication is an effort for...

We have a great team of people around the world who will be helping us with the renovation plan and layout for the factory in Kigali. Additionally, some of them are planning to travel to Rwanda later this year to help with factory set up...

Bret Raymond - Country Director for our Rwanda operations - and his family were highlighted in a recent Arkansas Democrat Gazette article. Read it here! Photos were taken by David Johnson of Silent Images....

Today, in Rwanda, 13 mothers, one father and their respective children went home from the feeding center with their first week-long supply of MANA RUTF. Kids range in age from 7 months to 24 months, and one mother is treating her twin babies. Photos, videos and stories...

Yesterday was a major milestone in MANA's history: We started our work with the Rwaza Health Center in northwest Rwanda to provide MANA for children who are suffering from severe acute malnutrition. Before going to Rwaza, we visited the district hospital in Ruhengeri where we met...

This is video from our first visit to the Rwaza Health Center. Next week, we plan to start distribution of MANA to children in Rwaza who are suffering from severe acute malnutrition. Rwaza is located in northwest Rwanda, about 13km from Musanze/Ruhengeri. The Health Center serves...