Vision Tactical –
However, many are struggling at home. Some are starving. Again, it can only be with our culture of solidarity that we can overcome food insecurity in South Africa at this time.
Two Captains … #Each1Feed1
Watch this space ! pic.twitter.com/wise0CiqrL
— Vision Tactical (@visiontactical) April 26, 2020
Due to the national lockdown put in place by the President to combat COVID-19, many families are unable to earn an income to feed their families. Some of the worst affected are those that are informally and precariously employed, the elderly and child-headed households. Early Childhood Development (ECD) practitioners who operate informally are some of the worst affected by the loss of income due to the lockdown.
To respond to the increased levels of food insecurity, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Imbumba Foundation and the Siya Kolisi Foundation have partnered on an initiative called #Each1Feed1. The name of the fund is inspired by the old Congress of South African Students (COSAS) mantra “Each one, teach one” and is adopted in honour of OR Tambo.
Vision Tactical is proud to be associated with all affiliates in the #Each1Feed1 campaign and will be assisting in whichever way possible.
As many people experience hunger under the conditions necessary to mitigate the #coronavirus epidemic, we salute those that work to provide relief.
Contribute here:@NelsonMandela Foundation > https://t.co/U9TsQhJNDL @forgoodSA > https://t.co/2nscNRWq2x #Covid19 pic.twitter.com/aEIr6en8rs
— Cyril Ramaphosa Fdn (@CyrilFoundation) April 23, 2020