School Feeding Project supports 20,000 families in food products
To alleviate the impact of Covid-19 on family income and reduce malnutrition of school-age children, the School Feeding Project “Food for Knowledge” started the process of distributing about 20 tons of agricultural products from the gardens supported by the project, in four districts of Maputo Province.
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among its beneficiaries, the School Feeding Project, a project by ADPP Mozambique and Planet Aid, distributed hand-washing soap to about 3 thousand volunteers, mostly parents and guardians of the students who benefit from the project.
The spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Mozambique and in the world has already taken an alarming shape, affecting thousands of people and, consequently, affecting the functioning of several areas.
ADPP Mozambique was recently at the forefront of a campaign to prevent COVID-19, a disease that plagues the country and the world, in the district of Nhamatanda, in an initiative in partnership with World Jewish Relief.
The world today celebrates International Hand Hygiene Day, at a time when its need is one of the main preventive measures for the new coronavirus.