NawalParasi, Nepal: In Sarawal Rural Municipality of West Nawalparasi, Nepal the food items collected from the fist donation program run by ABC Nepal have been handed over to the poor and extremely needy families.
In the midst of the impact of the second variant of Coronavirus on the poor and extremely destitute households living in Sarawal Rural Municipality, 15 dialogue centers in Sarawal rural municipality conducted fist donation programs within the rural municipality.
Adolescents and animators of the Samvad Center distributed food collected from the fist donation program to 10 poor and needy households in Sarawal on Sunday.
Food items were handed over in the presence of Sarawal Rural Municipality Chairman Radheshyam Chaudhary Deputy Chairman Uttama Ray.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman Chaudhary said that the campaign launched by ABC Nepal and Samvad Center’s in a state of the epidemic has brought relief to the poor and extremely needy families in the Sarawal Rural Municipality.
In the program, the front leaders of the Center said that the new variant of the second phase of Corona has affected the lives of the people and it is difficult to make a living on a daily wage in this difficult situation.
He said that the assistance provided to the poor and needy households within the municipality was commendable.
ABC Nepali Supervisor Saida Nisha Pathan informed that 7 kg of rice, 2 kg of potatoes, 11 kg of wheat, 1 kg of salt, and 1 kg of rice were provided to each family from the food collected by the Samvad Center.