Seed of Hope Feeds hundreds of street-connected children affected by Covid-19
The COVID 19 pandemic has disrupted the lives of many of the poor people who depend on the bustling city life to survive. Most of these people, living in slums and other inner cities in Kumasi have been left with virtually nothing to live on.
Seed of Hope Foundation therefore today reached out to over 100 street-connected people in Kumasi and its environs with food and medical supplies.
Presenting the items, the team leaders, Zakari Issah and Zack Agon used the opportunity to sensitize members of the public on the COVID-19.
Also, they provided the beneficiaries with practical guidance on how to reduce their risks including maintaining better hygiene and proper handwashing. They also advised the people to stay home to help flatten the curve.
Receiving the items, the Assembly Member for Adukrom Nima thanked the team at Seed of Hope for remembering the poor and other vulnerable in society. He also asked for more to help alleviate the hardships the people are going through as a result of the lockdown.