Dr. Pat Wolff and Maryse Sterlin Sine, the factory’s general administrator, unpack supplies from the U.S.
Inside the factory, three workers mix a batch of medika mamba.
A fresh batch of the peanut butter medicine. In the background: a grinder.
Workers pour medika mamba into packets.
Peanut butter ready for transport to Port-au-Prince.
Workers sort through peanuts, looking for signs of mold.
Inside the MFK storeroom.
Wolff and Miss Gourges, head nurse at the Justinien clinic, confer over a patient, Robenson Yean.
Waiting to see a nurse at Justinien.
Jamie Rhoads, MFK’s agricultural development specialist, examines a peanut plant.
MFK board members Mark Breihan and Paul Kindl consult with Jamie Rhoads and farmer Coeurcius Jonas.
Coeurcius Jonas, a farmer, holds an upside-down peanut plant.
Shada, the worst slum in Cap-Haïtien.