This project will support daily feeding of 200 Muslim orphans in this time of extreme hunger and poverty in Nigeria in the blessed month of Ramadan. The project beneficiaries are mainly less-privileged, orphans and Persons with disability that faces hardship in getting Sahur and Iftar food to eat.
The scale of the current national hunger and malnutrition crisis in Nigeria is enormous, with an expected 37 million people projected to be food insecure according to World Food Program of the UN. The study identified that thus data may rise as the country is facing serious inflation while million of families has no access to daily meals. This project will therefore ease their challenge by providing free food for them in the blessed Muslim month of Ramadan.
Every year, Humanity and Community Development Foundation provides free Sahoor and Iftaar meals to ease the suffering of starving less-privileged and PWD Muslims in Nigeria that faces hunger challenges during the blessed month of Ramadan by establishing daily food distribution centres in communities mostly affected by the problem.
The project will complement the UN SDG 2: Zero Hunger in changing lives and helps to build human capital, support governments in strengthening food security, stabilize communities in particularly precarious places, and help them to better survive with their families.