Food Parcels for Uganda
Although many people in our country are struggling to provide food for their families as a result of Covid19, people in Uganda, as in many developing countries, do not have the luxury of food banks/furlough schemes/other government & charitable support and many are, literally, struggling to get enough food for each day.
We are in close communication with the staff at Uganda Women Concern Ministry and although they are not able to carry out their normal community activities due to lockdown restrictions, they are distributing emergency food and household parcels to families who, without this support, would literally have nothing to eat.
Each family was given 10kg of maize flour and 3 kg of beans which lasts approx. 3-5 days depending on the size of the family:
“This changed the story of these families because they saw it as a miracle as they did not expect any thing of the kind in such a moment and the package was termed as God hears and answers prayers.”Uganda Women Concern Ministry (UWCM)
It costs approx. £10 to provide these parcels and if you would like to make a donation to help provide food parcels for more families, please go to the Uganda Concern ‘Giving‘ page where there are full details on how to make a donation.
EVERY PENNY OF YOUR DONATION WILL BE SENT OUT TO UWCM TO PROVIDE FOOD/HOUSEHOLD ITEMS FOR FAMILIES IN DESPERATE NEED.
Please visit www.ugandaconcernuk.org if you have any queries.