High Life Foundation has donated 362 food hampers to people living with disabilities after the latter complained about being left out in COVID-19 interventions, Newdsay reports.
The donations were confirmed by Zimbabwe National League of the Blind executive director and National Association of Societies for the Care of the Handicapped chairperson, Ishumael Zhou who said:
We received generous donations comprising packets of 10kg Pearlenta mealie-meal, 10kg chunks, 2kg beans, 2 litres cooking oil and 500 grammes salt. This will go a long way in alleviating the hunger affecting people with disabilities at a time when the country is on lockdown. Most PWDs depend on begging, especially those that are blind, and some depend on street vending, channels which have been closed.
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