Algeria: food support for low-income households

Meat, flour, vegetables, fruit: prices have rocketed in the last two years!

collected on a goal of 3,000 €

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End of the project: 11/27/2023

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Algeria: food support for low-income households

In Algeria, fruit has become unaffordable for low- and middle-income households. These past two years, inflation has been hitting the poorest households hardest, says University Professor Abderrahmane Mebtoul (source). Electricity and gas bills have also more than tripled. 

Low-income families and elderly people, orphans and disadvantaged students are those who suffer most. Thanks to its local partner charity, Seed has identified a list of beneficiaries in Wilayas located in the north-west of the country: 

– Wilaya of Oran, including an orphanage

– Wilaya of Chlef 

– Wilaya of Relizane, midway between Oran and Chlef, where some 50 single-parent families (mothers with their children) have already been identified.

Once the needs have been identified, purchases will be made locally to support the local economy:

– foodstuffs

– hygiene kits

– clothing

– school supplies

– toys for children

Total budget: €3,000

© A. Lecarpentier for Huffington Post Algeria

The achievement in image

Thanks to your donations, we were able to support 51 families with children, 72 isolated people (students and elderly people in retirement homes) and 8 orphans, i.e. nearly 300 people!

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