Kenyan Pastor Rev Natasha Responds to Food Security Amid COVID-19 In South Africa

COVID-19 In South Africa

Rev Natasha reaches out to South Africans through the distribution of food packs. In continuing the global impact of touching lives in over 17 nations, Audrey Monene Maluleka, the Assistant Director of The Natasha Hands of Compassion Team in South Africa coordinated a successful donation outreach and led the team is going to the Rural settlements of Limpopo Province and brought joy to hundreds of families.

It was heartwarming seeing the elderly going back to their homes with food supplies after passing through difficult moments due to the global Pandemic , these are families who found themselves going through hard economic times, no income and having a meal to many becomes an impossible task .

COVID-19 In South Africa

The Coordinator, Ms. Audrey ensured that the donation outreach flowed smoothly and in conformity with various health guidelines. The team shared much-needed food assistance to hundreds of families, there was a huge number of elderly people reached.

COVID-19 In South Africa

In the words of Rev Natasha, ” We cannot fold my hands when we have families and especially the elderly and children who are struggling to have a meal.” Her Social outreach measures have been much appreciated by the families , well coordinated by her team and what an inspiring example of caring Leadership.

COVID-19 In South Africa

When the annals of history are recorded, it will be clear to all that when there was a global problem that stopped so many income generating activities, Rev Natasha was at the frontline in touching nations with kindness and generosity, being an answer to our communities , providing food to many and through her efforts inspiring her generation that we face problems together and overcome them together.

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As the whole world goes through a trying time, key leaders such as Rev Natasha inspire many with hope, compassion, and assurance that together we are stronger and together we will be victorious.

COVID-19 In South Africa

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