We will provide food, vegetable seeds and mosquito nets to 1,200 very poor villagers who lacked this basic amenities for their daily needs. The supply of food is urgent during this time when the Coronavirus pandemic is spreading even in remote areas. This is coupled with changing climate and the virulence of natural disasters. Vegetable seeds will be utilized to improve food security and mosquito nets will be to ward off mosquito-borne diseases.
Local villagers are inundated with multiple problems ranging from massive changes in the climate resulting to natural disasters, poorer soils resulting to poor harvests and lack of income, prevalence of diseases, among others. The need to provide for the immediate needs of very poor villagers cannot be overemphasized for their survival.
We will provide for the immediate and long-term relief of local villagers by the provision of basic essentials like food and mosquito nets as well as the provision of vegetable seeds so that they can start their own food production via backyard gardening activities. We will target those hard-to-reach families living in remote areas in the places where we have our outreach activities.
The well-being of the local people and the health of the land where they live comes hand in hand and there is a need to improve both of them so that sustainability in the future is assured. The crisis happening to the planet today needs to be addressed by everyone rich and poor and collaboration and cooperation is the key.