M.I.A.E

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Our cause, our reason to fight

Our cause,
Our reason to fight

Centre nutritionnel du village de Ayotzinapan au Mexique, association Moyolo

Malnutrition

Malnutrition involves any disease stemming from excessive or insufficient nutrition. The M.I.A.E works for children affected by undernutrition, which causes a lack of the essential nutrients for good health.

  • In 2019, 690 million people were affected by it and more than 820 million people have been affected since COVID.
  • One child out of four under age 5 suffers from it, representing 149 million children impacted by a delayed growth and 45 million children underweight.
  • It is the cause of nearly half of the child mortality rate, representing more than 3 million children dying from it each year.

Our contribution

34 nutritional centers

5,500 children

2,007,500 provided meals per year

Our projects

Our contribution

34 nutritional centers and school canteens 

5,500 children

2,007,500 provided meals per year

The actions of our member associations are not limited to the construction and management of nutritional centers and school canteens. We are going further with the development of projects aiming to meet other essential needs to a child’s fulfillment, therefore improving the daily lives of the families.

Cantine de l'école Le Semeador à Juazeiro au Brésil, associations Sur les Chemins de Juazeiro et Manger pour Grandir et Sourire Ensemble

Our other fields of activity

Our other

fields of activity

Because a child’s proper development is not limited to nutrition,
here are our additional fields of activity :

Education

Health

Environment

We aim to give the children a better future and better opportunities.

Through dispensaries and medical monitoring.

By increasing the children’s awareness to the importance of taking care of nature.

Education

We aim to give the children a better future and better opportunities.

Health

Through dispensaries and medical monitoring.

Environment

By increasing the children’s awareness to the importance of taking care of nature.