The Power of 5 Campaign was built on the idea of teamwork. And we would like to offer our thanks to the many Amway Business Owners, market-based teams, and employees who continue to come together to help fight childhood malnutrition around the world.
This is the story of Eric, a boy from South Africa with a big story and a happy ending.
Thanks to the Amway India team for promoting the Power of 5 Campaign during their recent National Nutrition Week.
World Food Day is an annual event that spotlights the everyday goals of the Power of 5 Campaign. Many thanks to those who participated in our virtual race or took this opportunity to make a donation.
October 16 is World Food Day and we will once again be hosting a virtual race. Our goal is to raise funds and awareness for the Power of 5 and the issue of childhood malnutrition. In addition to providing essential nutrients, our programs help improve overall wellness and build immunity.
We have worked with Un Kilo de Ayuda in Mexico since our very earliest days and are so pleased with their support.
We celebrate the many partners that work with us to help malnourished children in Indonesia survive, thrive and grow.
The May 2020 Virtual Wellness Event had several goals. It was a time when many people around the world were under stay-at-home orders to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. For most, this quarantine significantly changed their daily routine and forced people to find new ways to stay healthy.
When we talk about being “on the ground,” we’re describing our work with people who participate in the Power of 5 Campaign programs around the world. These are usually remote locations where our help is needed most.
The month of May brings a special opportunity from the Power of 5 Campaign – all donations will be split equally with 5 COVID-19 relief organizations. And you get to choose which ones.
In addition to fighting childhood malnutrition, our offerings vary from place to place, depending on local needs and cultural influences.
The Power of 5 Campaign is built to accommodate partnerships because we’re fighting a big global issue – childhood malnutrition – and no single group can do it all.
The Power of 5 Campaign is supported by many people and organizations around the world.
As Amway co-founder Rich DeVos once explained, “We believe it is essential to be more than a corporation that simply makes or markets stuff. To remain viable, we know we must first improve the well-being of people around the world.”
The Power of 5 is expanding again – this time in a whole new way. We’re working with our affiliates in Argentina, Korea, Philippines, Thailand and India to add local Power of 5 programs that fight childhood malnutrition with nutrition and health education along with a variety of additional tools.
Thanks to your support, the Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign is expanding our reach and will be supporting an additional 60,000 children by the end of 2018.
Amway and the Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign are being honored for working to improve…
Learn why the Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign targets children ages 6 months to 5 years old.
Amway shared the development of the Malnutrition Mapping Project with Harvard Kennedy School.
We know Nutrilite Little Bits helps improve the health of malnourished children. Here are results from a study done in Mexico.
Cadres are health volunteers in Indonesia. Learn why they recommend Nutrilite Little Bits to families and what results they see.
Mario René suffered from chronic-severe malnutrition. Learn how Nutrilite Little Bits is helping him thrive.
Learn how children in Costa Rica are becoming more active and alert thanks to Nutrilite Little Bits.
One father explains how Nutrilite Little Bits is helping his children in Zambia.
Meet Melvin from Honduras and learn how the Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign is improving his health.
From 2016 to 2017, the Nutrilite Power of 5 Campaign helped more than 13,600 children in China.