Food for 200 Hungry Children

by Association of Locally Empowered Youth in Mindanao (ALEY-M) Inc.
Food for 200 Hungry Children
Supporting with meals
Supporting with meals

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you for your generous support to our project providing food to 200 hungry children. The condition of poor families with limited resources and small farms is deteriorating because of abrupt and severe weather patterns cause by changes in the climate. Few months back we have severe drought that kills the plants and make so many people go hungry. This reporting period, the occurence of typhoons is frequent, destroying crops and livestock and making farming a losing investment for most families. In order to provide imediate assistance we organized food distribution teams and deploy them in barrios that have many children without food. We were able to assist a total of 72 children in this manner.

Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed Christian

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Ducks as food source
Ducks as food source

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you for your support to our project providing food for hungry children. Our plan is to provide a long-term strategy so that this project will jive with our community development efforts. This is because our community development activities is geared towards provision  of food, income and good health to very poor farming communities. In this particular situation we will focus our initiative to providing duck meat and duck eggs to our beneficiaries. The meat and eggs of ducks are high in protein and is very nutritiuous. We think that this project is very excellent.

Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed

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Seed supply
Seed supply

Dear Friend,

Warmest greetings and thank you very much for helping us provide food for hungry children. This project is very important because children here without food go hungry and malnourished and are often sickly. They have very little chance of surviving and their future is bleak. Often their neighbors too are in similar poverty situation and they will not be able to help too. This reporting period, we decided to purchase vegetable seeds in order for parents to start their small gardening activity in their backyards and using organic fertilizer readily available in the backyard. We decided on this approach so that food supply is continuous and always available. We were able to distribute seeds comprising okra, tomato, eggplant, beans and bitter gourd to 120 families and we will monitor their vegetable plots in order to ensure they are free from diseases.

Again thank you very much.

Very sincerely yours,

Jed

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Association of Locally Empowered Youth in Mindanao (ALEY-M) Inc.

Location: Cagayan de Oro - Philippines
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Project Leader:
Jed Christian Sayre
Director
Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

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