Over one thousand families have now received emergency food relief thanks to the prompt action of our partner NGOs in Bangladesh

Over one thousand families have now received emergency food relief thanks to the prompt action of our partner NGOs in Bangladesh

Over one thousand families have now received emergency food relief thanks to the prompt action of our partner NGOs in Bangladesh foodshortage hunger povertyalleviation solidarity fairtrade covid_19 lockdown future sdgs2030

As the strict lockdown in Bangladesh is extended until May 5th, many families with no daily wages are beginning to suffer food shortages. Our partner NGOs are preparing for large scale distribution of emergency relief parcels containing rice, lentils, potatoes, cooking oil and detergent. Maison Bengal and others are providing financial assistance

As the strict lockdown in Bangladesh is extended until May 5th, many families with no daily wages are beginning to suffer food shortages. Our partner NGOs are preparing for large scale distribution of emergency relief parcels containing rice, lentils, potatoes, cooking oil and detergent. Maison Bengal and others are providing financial assistance

As the strict lockdown in Bangladesh is extended until May 5th, many families with no daily wages are beginning to suffer food shortages. Our partner NGOs are preparing for large scale distribution of emergency relief parcels containing rice, lentils, potatoes, cooking oil and detergent. Maison Bengal and others are providing financial assistance covid_19 lockdown hunger…

When you can’t venture out, street-hawkers selling a wide variety of fresh food door to door are a lifeline. Photo sent by dear friend Augustine In South West Bangladesh

When you can’t venture out, street-hawkers selling a wide variety of fresh food door to door are a lifeline. Photo sent by dear friend Augustine In South West Bangladesh

When you can’t venture out, street-hawkers selling a wide variety of fresh food door to door are a lifeline. Photo sent by dear friend Augustine In South West Bangladesh lockdown intouch solidarity oneworld