AIC Cure donates food, non food items to West Pokot residents

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West Pokot Governor John Lonyangapuo received the donation at the County headquarters in Kapenguria

The African Inland Church [AIC] Cure International Organization has donated food and nonfood items to vulnerable people in West Pokot County courtesy of Canada Hope to cushion residents from hunger in the wake of  Covid-19, mudslides and floods.

The donation comprises of bars of soap, 6,000 litres of vegetable oil, 8,000 Kgs of beans, 8,000 Kgs of rice, 38,000 Kgs of maize, 8,000 Kgs of green grams, 50 Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) wheelchairs among other non food items.

The team led by the organization’s Executive Director Abed Milelu said that Cure International targets 2000 vulnerable families  including widows, orphans and the disabled. “These groups have been identified as the most vulnerable when disaster occurs,” he said.

Area Governor John Lonyangapuo who received the items at Kapenguria County headquarters said that the County had not received any thing apart from 25 PPEs given by the national government.

He lauded heath workers for their good job in combating Coronavirus.