EL NUEVO DIARIO, Santo Domingo – DR Food Bank, Santo Domingo Economic and Social Development Council (Codessd), FAO, World Food Program, WFP and the Zero Hunger Movement join forces to support those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. coronavirus Provide food aid to thousands of The country’s population has been affected by the recent rains.
In this sense, they call on companies, manufacturers, food distributors and all Dominican families to express their solidarity through donations of food and essential goods.
According to a statement issued on Monday, they requested:
10 pound bag of rice.
5 pound bags of beans.
Corn flour to cover.
Fixed pasta menu.
– Bottle of oil.
Milk powder box.
– Evaporated milk.
Water and basic necessities such as Pampers, detergent, towels, sheets and basic household items.
Pick up point:
Church of San Judas Tadeo (Naco).
San Pablo House (Bella Vista).
Food Bank (Santo Domingo Oeste).
Food Bank (Santiago de los Caballeros).
AV. Winston Churchil.
– leave. Venezuela.
– San Cristobal.
WFP, FAO, Zero Hunger Movement and CodesSD, leaders and essential actors in the field of food security, have joined the DR Food Bank to work with regional churches in the logistics of classification and distribution of door-to-door aid , mobilize donations of food and support. The most affected departments: San José de Ocoa, Azua, Sánchez Ramírez and National Zone.
The organizers report that another way to collaborate is to donate products to food banks and deposit them in the BanReservas account:
RD$ Current Account: 240-016157-1
USD Savings Account: 960-293066-8
Republican National Committee 4-30–102954.
An atmospheric phenomenon has unleashed torrential rains since Saturday and throughout the weekend, causing deaths, serious flooding and material damage to homes and infrastructure, mainly in the southern and northeastern provinces of the country, Santo Domingo.