Over 85,000 Kenyans from 5 counties to receive food donations courtesy of Wakenya Tulindane campaign -

Over 85,000 Kenyans from 5 counties to receive food donations courtesy of Wakenya Tulindane campaign

The Wakenya Tulindane campaign has recently announced that they will be providing food donations to over 85,000 Kenyans living in 5 different counties. This campaign, which translates to “Stand with Kenya” in Swahili, aims to address the issue of hunger and food insecurity in the country.

According to the World Food Programme, nearly 10 million people in Kenya are facing severe hunger due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing drought. The Wakenya Tulindane campaign aims to provide much-needed aid to these communities by distributing food packages containing staple items such as rice, beans, and flour.

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The 5 counties that will be receiving these food donations are Nairobi, Kajiado, Kiambu, Machakos, and Murang’a. These areas were chosen based on their high levels of poverty and food insecurity, as well as their accessibility for distribution.

The Wakenya Tulindane campaign is being run in partnership with local organizations and volunteers, who will be responsible for distributing the food packages to those in need. The campaign organizers have also made an effort to ensure that the distribution process is fair and transparent, with a focus on reaching vulnerable communities and individuals.

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This initiative is a much-needed source of support for many Kenyans who are struggling to put food on the table. It is a testament to the power of community and the importance of coming together to support those in need.

Overall, the Wakenya Tulindane campaign is a heartening example of how people and organizations can come together to make a positive impact in their communities. It is our hope that this campaign will continue to grow and reach even more people in need, helping to alleviate hunger and improve the lives of Kenyans across the country.