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April 15 to 18: Activity report on food distribution and soup kitchen

I’m pleased to share with you a summary report on the results of our activities from April 15-18!
 
 

April 15 @ Payatas, Kashiglahan
Target population: 127 households/250-300 people
Activity: Distribution of foodstuffs (rice, grains, pasta, salt, sugar, mung beans, coffee) to 127 households
Cooked macaroni soup -> 250 to 300 people

April 16 at Payatas.
Target population: 96 households/30 people/100 people
Activity: Distribution of foodstuffs (rice, grains, pasta, salt, sugar, mung beans, coffee) to 96 households
Distribution of lunchboxes to 30 people
Vegetable spring rolls cooked out → 100 people

April 17 @ Payatas.
Target population: 110 households
Activities: food distribution (rice, grains, pasta, mung beans, salt, sugar, coffee)

April 18 at Payatas.
Target population: 25 households/100 people
Activity: Distribution of foodstuffs (rice, grains, pasta, mung beans, salt, sugar, coffee) to 25 households

Cooked macaroni soup -> 100 people

 
The town hall decided that children were not allowed to leave the house due to social distance considerations. For those children who were not able to pick up their relief supplies, our staff visited the houses one by one.
The roads are not always easy to walk on, and it is hard work to carry heavy relief supplies such as rice and seasonings around during the hot season.
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