Latwell Nyangu, H-Metro Reporter
The fight against Covid-19 has seen several charity organisations coming on board to aid the vulnerable throughout the country.
Amongst the charity organisations visiting the vulnerable, is Rufaro NeNyasha who on Tuesday donated consignments of groceries worth thousands of dollars to widows, widowers, orphans and disabled.
Speaking to one of the organisers Obedience Ndamba, he said:
“Together with our partners we gave a tonne of mealie meal, cooking oil and sanitation masks to the individuals who were gathered in Mufakose at ACOP Church.
“The mission of this food distribution was to help those individuals affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and the climate changes in the past seasons as the disadvantaged families have nothing to eat with during the lockdown.
“In combating the Covid-19 pandemic, Rufaro NeNyasha also went to Bindura Prison on May 29 with a tonne of mealie meal, soap and sanitation masks which were given to Bindura Prison Services and Mashonaland Central Quarantine Camp in Madziva,” he said.
The organisation, also did several other distributions since November last year where they conducted distributions in Chitungwiza district to several hundreds of the vulnerable people of community.
“We target groups of people including widows, widowers, orphans, disabled and other struggling people around communities,” he added.
The Charity organization was founded by Reverends Peter and Lydia Ndamba with the focus to help and support the disadvantaged and vulnerable people of society in Zimbabwe.