children die before their 5th birthday.
Dominican family lives in shacks.
is what they struggle to live with.
income distribution remains unequal
which leads to food insecurity, hence, nutritional problems for children.
quality of health services is inadequate
due to the price of medical consultations being too high.
The unequal access to medical care makes it impossible for parents to save their child’s life.
Here’s how we’re saving a family’s story:
Where We Work
Marlène Sans Frontière currently works in urban areas of Punta Cana, where our team is supporting local families with children living in shacks by providing food supplies and basic medical care.
With access to medical care, they are now able to watch their children grow without the constant fear of not being able to protect their family from medical emergencies.