Already on reduced rations, from 1st August they will no longer receive rice, cooking oil, tin fish or ‘sweet powder’. Yellow bean, a great source of inexpensive protein vital to these communities, and salt, has not been supplied for some months now.
These children urgently need your help.
Women With a Mission is providing funds for meat and vegetables until November of this year, which is the first six months of the school year. However, despite the fact it costs a mere B320 per child, per month, to provide these most important dry food items, WWM absolutely do not have the funding available to pick up the required shortfall until the end of the school year in March next year.
What we need is 266 families or individuals willing to contribute B320 per month for the next eight months, or one upfront contribution of B2,560 to help feed these children through to the end of the school year. It’s not a lot when it’s broken down - approximately £52, USD80 or €66 to feed a child for eight months. Can you help?
WWM do not use any funds donated for administration or travel costs. Or for anything other than what they’re nominated for. We pay our own way, always.
See www.mywwm.org for more information on Women with a Mission’s Nourish, Educate and Care projects.