Cheshire/U.K. – Freemasons contribute to £35,000 grant to help starving families


Cheshire/U.K. - Freemasons contribute to £35,000 grant to help starving families

(by David Skentelbery, warrington online, 13TH July 2021)

 

Freemasons from the Warrington area have contributed to a £35,000 grant to help hundreds of families on the brink of famine in South Sudan. The money will provide emergency support through the charity Plan International UK, who have people on the ground in Pibor, one of the worst affected regions.

It will provide cooking kits to 525 families.

Plan is delivering vital programmes for nutrition, education, livelihoods, and child protection.

The UN has described South Sudan’s food crisis as its “worst on record”, with children and communities facing multiple threats at once. Late last year, heavy flooding affected over a million people in the country, destroying homes, devastating livelihoods and…

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Cheshire/U.K. - Freemasons contribute to £35,000 grant to help starving families

 

Cheshire/U.K. - Freemasons contribute to £35,000 grant to help starving families
 

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