25-03-2017 by redazione
The solidarity chain started from Kenyan Embassy of the Order of the Knights of Malta and also promoted through our site, with the complicity of compatriot Rita Valentini, has arrived at the desired result, to bring a water tank and a truck containing 6,700 kg of maize flour, 2,600 kg of beans, oil, sugar and salt in the hamlets in malindino particularly affected by drought.
With the help of the Malindi Red Cross, Caritas and the mission of the village of Adu, the most needy villages have been identified, where the climatic conditions had a negative impact on crops and livestock.
A Changoto, Baraka Jembe, Masa and Dzitsuhe was not yet brought any kind of help from any institution or organization.
In the presence of Franco and Marinella De Paoli, Father Orazio and some volunteers, aboard a jeep made available by Franco Rosso, last March 22 were distributed foodstuffs collected for 260 families and a total of 1,500 people approximately.
The situation starts to get serious. The drought and the decline of tourism on the Kenyan coast have created a terrible mix of poor harvests and lost earnings that has devastated entire families of inland villages.
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