Food Distribution Muslim for LAPs

Food Distribution Muslim for LAPs

Even only in IDP camps in Sittwe township, more than 3500 families (about 20000 people) are identified as non-IDP and they are called livelihood affected people (the conflict was not directly affected their villages but consequences of conflict indirectly affected upon their livelihoods and they had to moved to nearby IDP camps from the villages with the aim to get humanitarian supports) and not on WFP ration list and are in need of food. BBS has been helping those people in food need in IDP camps in Sittwe.

By this project, BBS distributed food packages for those livelihood affected people, 130 families (about 650 people) in Ohn Taw Chay IDP camp in sittwe township, Rakhine state. The ad-hoc food distribution was helpful for the beneficiaries to survive about three weeks to one month period of time.
Distributed items/family
  • Rice (50 kilo)
  • Cooking Oil (3 liter)
  • Chickpea (3 kilo)
  • Dry Chili (1.5 kilo)
  • Salt (3 kilo)

Distribution Date: 30th March 2017
No. of Benefitted Family: 130
‚ÄčLocation: Ohn Taw Chay IDP Camp, Sittwe, Rakhine State, Myanmar

Funded by Al-Rahma (Germany)

CONTACT US

Address : No.229 (B), Main Road,

Rupa-North Ward,

Sittwe, Rakhine State, Myanmar.

Phone : +95-9-458371100

‚ÄčEmail : info@bbs-mm.org

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