HaBaby Food: Duke Students Introduce New Social Enterprise

Friday, April 7, 2017

There's a new social enterprise on the rise here at Duke, and they would love your support! HaBaby Food is a new social enterprise dedicated to empowering and serving refugees. Led by a team of Duke students, their mission is to become the first multicultural baby food brand in the country, while providing infant malnutrition relief to families in refugee settlements around the world. Right now, they're raising money on Indiegogo to launch their pilot program in refugee camps in Greece this summer, where they will be working with NGO partners to provide specialized nutritious food to infants and toddlers in need. However, in order for them do so, they need your help.

If you're interested, please check out and share their Indiegogo campaign here: www.indiegogo.com. You can also follow them on Facebook to stay up-to-date with the team and their progress. Be a part of Team HaBaby!

The HaBaby team brings together students with humanitarian and business experience, including MMS student Andrew Huang, Adia Coley, Priyanka Venkannagari and Shantanu Sharma.