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Fri, 17 Apr 2020 17:19 - Updated Fri, 17 Apr 2020 17:13

Congenital malformation family gets food aid

Ondjiva - Members of the Haufiko family, in southern Cunene province, suffering from congenital malformation, benefited on Thursday from a donation composed of various goods in order to minimize their food shortage.

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The products donated by the CPJ Provincial Youth Council in Cunene, as part of the April Youth Day, include rice, cornflower, cooking oil, biscuits and used clothes.

The gesture, according to the CPJ secretary aims to minimize the food shortage the family faces due to their physical condition.

Alfredo Miguel, head of the Haufiko family, thanked the gesture, adding that the donation will help them to improve the diet.

The Haufiko community consists of 72 members, who depend on the support of the provincial government and civil society.

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