On Saturday 15th July, 2023, Lagos Food Bank Initiative (LFBI) will officially commence its first Subsidy Removal Food Aid Program in partnership with Global Food Banking Network (GFN) with an outreach to help ease the economic burden arising from the effects of subsidy removal within the country.
The Subsidy Removal Food Aid Program (SRFAP) is a 3 months food relief intervention that is set to provide immediate relief and support to the vulnerable communities in Lagos, Nigeria, who are grappling with heightened food insecurity and economic hardships in the wake of the fuel subsidy removal.
About Our Partner:
The Global Food Banking Network (GFN) is an international nonprofit that works towards a hunger-free future in more than 40 countries by sustaining, uniting and strengthening food banks. They believe that food banks are an integral and viable solution in empowering the world to defeat hunger and change lives.
The goal of this outreach is to assist vulnerable women in low-income communities cushion the effects of subsidy removal, leading to the increase in prices of food stuffs in the market, thereby ensuring food-insecure communities get the required assistance they deserve through our intervention program.
- To reduce the effect of subsidy removal in low-cost communities.
- To provide food for vulnerable women living in low-cost communities.
- To bring hope to the vulnerable amidst the increasing prices of food caused by the removal of subsidy.
DATE: Saturday 15th July, 2023
BENEFICIARIES – Vulnerable women living in low-income communities.