Kihembe food outreach during COVID-19 Crisis

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It’s a difficult time for citizens of the world right now and we’ve all been affected by COVID-19 in some way. Many people in Kihembe are suffering food shortages as they cannot travel to their gardens and/or shops, and therefore cannot provide adequate food for their families. Therefore, we are hoping to raise enough money to purchase food for as many families as possible, in an attempt to lighten their burden during this lockdown. Anything you can contribute will be gratefully received.

We have identified 170 families who we hope will benefit from our support. It is our intention to provide each family with:

10kg maize flour

5kg beans

1kg salt

1 bar of soap

This will cost approx. £10 and could support a family for up to one week. If you are in a position to make a donation, we would be most grateful and you can do so by following the link below:

https://cafdonate.cafonline.org/12817\

Many thanks in advance for your support and we hope you are staying safe during this difficult time.

Team Zuri x

Published by Ross Young.

Uganda. Coffee. Travel. The blog of The Zuri Project. Guest bloggers welcome and encouraged - get in touch via our website @ www.zuriproject.co.uk

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