The danger of famine

does not cease with

a plentiful harvest

Thomas Jefferson, 1789

Inanition is a Disease

Whether referred to as starvation, famine or severe acute malnutrition, death due to the lack of nutrition is a disease endemic to regions of low agricultural productivity.

Inanition is Endemic to Regions

Inanition is endemic in regions of the world where agricultural production per capita remains in decline.

Sub-Saharan Africa is one of the regions of the world where agricultural production per capita remains in decline.

Inanition has a Solution

Children suffering the disease of inanition during famines are rehabilitated by public campaigns using Ready-to-use Therapeutic Foods.

Therenteral

We are an alliance of companies and institutions developing therapeutic enteral (therenteral) products that directly address inanition.

Experience

We are a diverse group of specialists from agriculture, biotech, pharmaceuticals, nutrition, and business.

Leadership

We seek to develop the next generation of therapeutic products that specifically address the disease of inanition.

Capacity

We are uniquely capable of producing new therapeutic food, reducing costs and improving outcomes for relief programmes.