The Ministry of Housing and Community Development says it has discovered individuals who were at that point utilized and monetarily fit for taking care of themselves, applying for the Veilomani Food Bank help.
In an announcement, the Ministry of Housing and Community Development says while circulating food packs throughout the end of the week, Ministry authorities found that a family applied for food help in spite of the fact that they possess and work not many cabs.
Priest Premila Kumar says it was somewhat disastrous that a few people are attempting to beat the framework, denying the individuals who urgently need help.
She says the Veilomani Food Bank is here to help the individuals who really need help and they can possibly do this well if individuals from general society are straightforward and approaching.
She is encouraging general society to think about those Fijian families who are in more prominent need and battling to make a decent living.
She says the Ministry has so far conveyed 38 food packs to 38 families living in Suva, Lami, Nasinu, Davuilevu, Koronivia, Valelevu, HART habitation in Newtown, Waidamudamu settlement, Cunningham Stage 1, Khalsa Road and Waila.
The individuals who wish to look for help under the Veilomani Food Bank activity can either visit the Housing Ministry at 33 Gorrie Street to fill the structure or call 3309918 to give their subtleties.
For those in the Western and Northern divisions, they can visit the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission office and give their subtleties.
The British, New Zealand and Australian High Commissions, the American and Japanese Embassies, Asco Motors, Office of the Auditor General, the Fiji Development Bank have gone ahead board to help influenced Fijian families around the nation.
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