By Rehnuma Karim, Ph.D - Founder and President of Heroes for All Inc
Low income community served during lockdown
The second Phase of COVID -19 food relief was undertaken with the massive demand from the people who were subjected to economic hardships during the recent lockdown in Bangladesh.
Heroes for All specifially listed families from lower middle and low income who lost their jobs or couldn't work dur to the lockdown that impacted their lives severely.
With local funding and the targetted campaigning dollars-- HFA was able to distribute 2 weeks groceries to 500+ families and will continue to do so before and after EID!
The project area mostly was in Dhaka, the capital as the low income people from different districts were forced to stay back and also ended up finding little or no work in the capital due to the lockdown. The HFA team also answered the call to several families from districts outside Dhaka who were going through hardships.
The bags contained:
3 Kgs of Rice
1 litre Cooking Oil
Dried whole milk
Vitamic C Tablets
Day Laborers who were hurt the most
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