Disaster relief for Marlboro fire victims

Stop Hunger Now delivered 4,536 meals to the site of a fire that left hundreds homeless.

Manalesi Vaya, a Stop Hunger Now Southern Africa volunteer, talking to the victims of the Marlboro fire.

Stop Hunger Now Southern Africa (SHN SA) delivered 4,536 meals to the site of Sunday's fire that destroyed 200 shacks and left hundreds homeless.

These meals, taken from the SHN SA disaster stock, will provide one meal per day for 300 people for one month. SHN SA The meals consist of rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and 21 essential vitamins and minerals.

"I felt really hopeless yesterday delivering the meals," said Lyndajane Hinton, Communications Officer of SHN SA, "when I realised that these victims do not even have pots in which to cook the donated meals".

An appeal was made on Talk Radio 702 to assist in this regard.

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