The food crisis is looming in many parts and communities due to poverty and the recent global pandemic. The devastation has left low-income families starving and others apprehensive about imminent famine.
And as hunger bites harder, many elders worry as less attention is given to them. Moreover, during harvest season, some families store less of which they sell the surplus, hence facing the prospect of relying on relief food from JFM.
As of now, villages are experiencing rain failure, and everything is hit by the scorching sun, including human beings. Elders say the situation has hit them so hard, and they should be provided food urgently. They lamented that some of their children no longer attend school due to hunger. We appreciate men who care for their families in an era when men neglect their families. Men who switch their responsibilities have contributed significantly to many families’ suffering because they are accountable. JFM is caring for people, not harming them. In other words, JFM is raising kids they didn’t make and mending broken hearts they didn’t break.