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Mama to the Rescue gives 1,000 meals to slum kids

Over 6.2 tonnes of hot meals have been served so far

In Summary

• The organisers have reached more than 15,448 health workers and communities

Vulnerable families receive food
Vulnerable families receive food
Image: Ezekiel Aming'a

Children at Shofco Kawangware last Sunday received 1,000 meals from Mama to the Rescue, an initiative supporting frontline workers and vulnerable communities.

Through various partners, the organisers have been able to reach more than 15,448 health workers and communities across the country.

Over 6.2 tonnes of hot meals have been served so far. The top priority is to support to the health workers to help curb the pandemic and not forget those impacted by the virus.

A child receives food from the Mama to the Rescue team
A child receives food from the Mama to the Rescue team
Image: Ezekiel Aming'a
Various families receive food from Shofco staff
Various families receive food from Shofco staff
Image: Ezekiel Aming'a
Packaging of food at Shofco centre
Packaging of food at Shofco centre
Image: Ezekiel Aming'a
Door-to-door food distribution
Door-to-door food distribution
Image: Ezekiel Aming'a
Children pose for a photo after a meal
Children pose for a photo after a meal
Image: Ezekiel Aming'a
Part of the food that was distributed
Part of the food that was distributed
Image: Ezekiel Aming'a