The poorest citizens of Malawi make less than RM 763 annually, and more than 70% of the population lives in poverty. Since Cyclone Freddy is posing a death danger to thousands of people, the situation in Malawi has gotten even worse. The storm actually produced more energy during its entire existence than a full US hurricane season.
But food is their answer.
The children of Malawi can finally receive the nutrition they require to grow up healthily and attend school with the help of routine school lunches. They will have the ability to concentrate on their studies and acquire the education they need to unlock a better future if they study after eating.
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'Do not show lethargy or negligence in giving alms and charity until your last breath.'
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Sahih Bukhari
Laida and her five kids are only a small portion of Malawi's 5.4 million people who experience persistent food poverty.
Laida raised her entire family alone after her spouse left.
She works hard to sell other people's products for commission because it's difficult to find a straightforward, reliable source of income. Every dollar is spent on placing food on the table, but even so, it is insufficient.
Food is their answer.
Laida can send her kids to school because there are consistent, wholesome school lunches accessible. In addition to providing her with much-needed financial relief, this enables her children to flourish in health, education, and an improved outlook on the future.Donate Now