Serve to Empower Africa donates food to victims of hunger in Njoro

Over 20 families in the villages of Game and Kilo in Njoro Sub County of Nakuru County on Tuesday benefited from a donation from well-wishers as way of cushioning them from the adverse effects of hunger occasioned by drought.

Lenah Muiruri from Serve to Empower Africa during a donation of food to Njoro Villages.PHOTO/Courtesy.

The donation by Serve to Empower Africa included Maize flour of 15 Kilograms per family.

According to Coordinator of the program Lenah Muiruri, the initiative is mean to support the families that are affected by the harsh economic times following drought in various parts of the country.

“As an organization we decided to step in and support these families that are affected by the drought that has led to serious crop failure and hunger in the villages” she said.

Sentiments echoed by David Muchai.

He called on government to ensure relief food reaches to the most need persons who are at the grass root level.

“We have people going through hard times in the rural areas and villages and should supported especially during this time” said Muchai.

The locals who received the donations lauded the organization for such a gesture.

Led by Mary Wangui, they stated that this will go a long way in cushioning them against hunger.

“We are very grateful for this gesture. At least we shall have a meal and the donation will help us especially during this time when everything seems to be standstill” she said.

Officials from Serve to Empower Africa NGO with Njoro locals during the donation.PHOTO/Courtesy.

Under the Leadership of Chief Executive Officer Andrew Guuru, Serve to Empower Africa is an NGO focusing on families’ empowerment.

This, the NGO does through thematic areas among them Education, Health, Entrepreneurship, Water and Sanitation, and Community ties.



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