verb | re·vive | ri-ˈvīv |
-to give new strength or energy to; to improve the position or condition of; to renew in the mind or memory.
A Catalyst For Change
One of our key goals here at reVive Light Therapy® has been to harness the science of light to produce the most innovative and effective Health and Wellness products on the market. For years, the proven health benefits of our products have enhanced lifestyles by being a catalyst for change through healing, reviving and transforming.
This philosophy applies not only to our products but to how we view the world. The dictionary defines the verb revive as meaning to give new strength or energy to, or to improve the position or condition of. We at reVive Light Therapy® are committed to reviving communities around the world that suffer from extreme poverty.
For years, we have partnered with Food for the Hungry(FH) to bring change and revival to the Belladere region of Haiti, located in the eastern mountains. Food for the Hungry (FH) is a relief organization that has been walking with the world’s most vulnerable people for over four decades and is currently working in over 20 countries globally.
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Access to clean, fresh water is a crisis people face in Haiti every day. In this region, where there is no running water or electricity, it is not uncommon for over 2,000 people to depend on a single water spigot for their daily water needs. Gathering water becomes the single biggest burden for these families, and often takes children out of school and consumes daily life. As clean water is the foundation for all types of development and revival, reVive Light Therapy® has worked alongside FH to bring desperately needed water to this area through improved municipal water systems and a water well.
Through the FH child sponsorship program, we have been a catalyst for change and revival as we have helped children go from struggling to thriving.
The children we sponsor through FH receive: Improved nutrition, access to clean water, education opportunities, life-changing training for parents, community projects to create a safe environment where children thrive and hope for a better life.
About Health & Nutrition
- Life expectancy is 63 years. (World Bank 2013)
- 30% of the population is considered food insecure. (World Food Programme 2015)
- Infant mortality: 55 per 1000 births. (UNICEF 2015)
- 59 per 1,000 born in Haiti die before reaching their first birthday. (Ministry of Health 2012)
- Under-five mortality rate: 88 per 1000 live births. (Ministry of Health 2012)
- “An estimated 1 in 285 births will result in a woman’s death, a ratio about 16 times higher than in the United States.” (Partners in Health 2014)