As the novel coronavirus pandemic shuts down businesses globally and forcing countries into lockdown, the disruptions have cut off supply chains and increased food insecurity. The World Food Program warned that the number of people facing acute food insecurity stands to rise to 256 million and the people likely to suffer most are in low and middle-income countries. It is there for vital to maintain food assistance programs. We would like to provide families with food that can't afford it now
Families are locked home as the government tries to curb the spread of the virus, this leaves many families that work for daily food with no means to access food which food is much needed for better health.
Families will be able to get food relief and therefore not die of hunger and also their hope will be increased.
1) Higher Literacy Levels in the community 2) Improved Health 3) Fewer cases of Destitute and abandoned children