One Family One Sack of Rice 1 – The first one completed
One Family One Sack of Rice 1
On 30th 07- 2020 Friends for Human Survival and Development Limited donates to a family of 7 children.
Our todays recipient was a mother of 7 children. 4 biological kids and 3 other orphans who are kids for her late brother. The name of lady is Nalubega. But they reside in Wakiso district, Makindye Ssabagabo sub-county, Ndejje Parish, Kanyanya village. Thanks to Mr. Mulindwa and the volunteers who carried out this activity on behalf of the organization
The family head is the mother. She is the mother and the father of the family. Given the Organization objectives of Serving the underserved communities, it aims at groups like Single mother families. This is because such communities tend to be more vulnerable to economic crisis’s and effects of pandemics.
The organization thinks that the 50Kg of Rice can take them from 15-20 or so days according their general consumption of food.
With such project, HumanityFriends can be able to kill two or more birds with one stone. It is able to lessen the effects of pandemic (covid-19) on such communities, securing food for children and caring for single mothers whom were either abandoned naturally or forcefully by their husbands due to natural or man-made circumstances.
The organization will continue to carry out different Charity food projects. You can participate with us by either making a donation, subscribing to our projects’ information or propose to us a needy family when we launch the next event on both our website and on our Twitter account.
Even though single mother families are always struck with different problems and challenges in caring for their families, looking food for themselves and their children is the most paramount. This is because without food is like without life. Therefore, this is where the friends for human survival and development organization limited comes in with the project titled “one family one sack of rice” to give answers to such desperate and needy communities.
We can’t forget to thanks our friends from “Benevity” for their help and technology in handling and channeling donations up to the grassroots of local communities. At the grassroots is where the true recipients of the donations are in most cases found.