On Thursday, 17th December 2020, we have distributed food aid provisions in the Meli Village of Baebunta, North Luwu, South Sulawesi to 105 beneficiaries.
Right now vulnerable communities around the world need our support more than ever due to the pandemic.
In addition to the direct health effects of Covid-19, measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus are creating recessionary economic conditions in almost every country.
Formal and informal markets are closed, travel is restricted, and incomes are falling; the economies of most countries are in static. The economic hardships created by these conditions are most severe in developing countries.
The need for food assistance is growing. Our Food Aid Provision programme supports the most vulnerable families in Indonesia during the pandemic as well as delivering to families that have been affected by natural disasters.