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Community support to disadvantaged families

Financial and material support is being extended to disadvantaged families in the Northern Red Sea and Central Regions with a view to ease the burden they might encounter due to the ‘Stay at Home’ guideline to combat the spread of corona virus.

Asmara, 19 July 2020- Financial and material support is being extended to disadvantaged families in the Northern Red Sea and Central Regions with a view to ease the burden they might encounter due to the ‘Stay at Home’ guideline to combat the spread of corona virus.

Accordingly, the National War Disabled Veterans Association branch in the Northern Red Sea Region distributed over 20 thousand Nakfa to 25 of its disadvantaged members in Nakfa town.

Boarding Schools of Tsabra and Asmud in Nakfa sub zone on their part extended 40 quintals of food items to 83 disadvantaged families in Baqla, Endlal, Mariet and Laba administrative areas.

Likewise, 12 quintals of food items contributed by the Dogoli Farmers Association as well as over 7 quintals of similar items business owners in port city of Massawa contributed was extended to disadvantaged families in their areas.

Similarly, youth civil servants in the Ministry of Marine Resources extended 6 quintals of food items to 12 disadvantaged families in Massawa sub zone.

In related news, in the Central region. Over 300 thousand Nakfa was extended to disadvantaged families in Kitmowlie, Gala Nefhi sub zone and additional 22 thousand Nakfa was distributed to disadvantaged families in Adi-Guadad sub zone. Moreover, over 31 thousand Nakfa was extended disadvantaged families in Akria and material support was distributed in Kuazen, report indicated.

Similarly, 15 quintals of food items residents of Safira administrative area, Adi-Keih sub zone was extended disadvantaged families in the area.

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