About the project
Families are experiencing hunger as they cannot afford meals. COVID-19 pandemic has affected job security among bread winners resulting to people borrowing food in the streets and also engaging in crime to meet this basic need. Nutrient deficiency diseases in children are also on the rise.
Safaricom Foundation’s Ndoto Zetu initiative through the COVID-19 kitty donated food hampers at a cost of KES 200,000.
The food hampers will cushion families as they look for sustainable methods of putting food on the table. Theft cases in a bid to get food will reduce in the area. Children nutrient needs will be met hence alleviating malnutrition.