The ‘100 Million Meals’ campaign has started providing food packages to individuals and families that are in need in three African countries. Uganda, Angola, and Ghana have started receiving food packages.
To ensure quick and smooth delivery of the packages, the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI) are collaborating with local food banks and charities for faster delivery.
In Ghana, the MBRGI is collaborating with the non-profit organisation ‘Good for all in Ghana’, where 2.5 million meals were given out in Ghana.
In Angola, MBRGI is working with the ‘Food Bank of Angola’ to distribute around 1.25 million meals, to families in homes and residences across Luanda.
In Uganda, the MBRGI is collaborating with the ‘Haba Na Haba‘ Food Bank to distribute 1.25 million meals to low-income families across the country.
The 30 countries receiving food packages include Egypt, Sudan, Tunisia, Somalia, Senegal, Benin, Angola, Ghana, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Burundi in Africa, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Palestine, Yemen, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan in Asia, Kosovo in Europe, and Brazil in South America.