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Inclusion,
Published 01.06.2020 12:48
In Spain, NGO World Central Kitchen cooks 8,500 daily menus during the pandemic.
It is the largest solidarity kitchen in Spain, established at the School of Hospitality Santa Eugenia in Madrid. This is a project of the celebre chef José Andrés, who launched a non-profit devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters responding to the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The kitchen…
Lockdown, ,
Published 31.05.2020 17:13
In Algeria a restaurant owner is distributing food to health workers fighting Covid-19.
Raissi, a chef and restaurant owner, along with several volunteers is preparing and distributing meals to health workers fighting Covid-19. The restaurant collects food donations from the community and the volunteers prepare and distribute the food. They have also started distributing food to families that are in need during the…
Lockdown,
Published 31.05.2020 11:22
In Puerto Rico, the elderly receive a basic food basket from the community health clinic Prymed.
PryMed is one of the community health clinics that have received donations from the Puerto Rico Community Foundation to support a coronavirus prevention and containment strategy among the elderly. The basic food baskets have non-perishable products which were delivered to the houses of the elderly.
Unemployment,
Published 30.05.2020 17:47
In Venezuela, the Catholic Church prepares meals for vulnerable people.
Members of the Parish of Nossa Senhora de Carmen are preparing lunch boxes and delivering them once a week on the street to the vulnerable people in the city of Cojedes.
Unemployment, ,
Published 30.05.2020 10:43
In South Africa breweries are being converted into a soup kitchen during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In Cape Town, a group of brewery owners have turned their idle breweries into soup kitchens to help feed the unemployed during the Covid-19 pandemic. The collective known as the Brewers Soup Collective wants to convert all of the city’s breweries into soup kitchens. The government has banned the sale…
Lockdown,
Published 29.05.2020 06:49
In France, drinking at the bar will be forbidden as cafés will reopen from June 2.
In France, drinking at the bar will be forbidden as cafés will reopen from June 2. Inside cafés and restaurants, tables will be limited to a maximum of 10 people. French government will allow bars, restaurants, museums, theatres, beaches and parks to reopen nationwide. Although theaters are allowed to reopen,…
Unemployment,
Published 26.05.2020 23:08
In Mexico, Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit started a communal kitchen.
The project is to prepare 400 lunch boxes daily which are distributed to residents of low-income neighborhoods in the Tepic city thanks to donations. Meales are delivered at lunchtime. The kitchen is disinfected and workers use personal protective equipment.
Lockdown, ,
Published 26.05.2020 13:12
In Senegal the government has pledged to provide food aid to 1 million families affected by Covid-19.
Each household will receive food packages consisting of 10 kilograms of rice, 10 kilograms of sugar, 10 litres of oil and 18 pieces of soap. The estimated price of each package is US$ 109. By supporting households the government believes they will reach approximately 8-10 million people.
Unemployment, ,
Published 26.05.2020 12:45
In Tunisia, an NGO is distributing food aid using text messages.
The Sustainable Food Bank has partnered with a local supermarket to provide food aid to families who have lost their jobs as a result of Covid-19. Through the partnership the NGO pays the supermarket directly for groceries and sends out a text message to recipient families crediting them with an…
Unemployment,
Published 25.05.2020 14:33
In Uruguay, a platform allows customers to pay for vouchers and use them in their favourite restaurants when the lockdown ends
Rodrigo Martinez, 29, a chief commercial officer of a software company EagerWorks explained to Outriders why they launched “Lo de siempre” (meaning “as usual” in Spanish). After 45 days of campaigning, restaurants in Uruguay have started to open and have finished the project. They have sold about 700 vouchers in total these days.

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