Nourish our Children initiative a beacon of hope during lockdown, feeding thousands of kids daily

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"One in four South African children are chronically malnourished and classified as stunted." Photo: Getty Images.
"One in four South African children are chronically malnourished and classified as stunted." Photo: Getty Images.

The last thing children should have to worry about is where their next meal will come from. Having little or no food at home may affect children in ways that parents have not considered. 

Severe lockdown presented many families with circumstances they never imagined. Some parents were retrenched and lost their properties, and some had to close up businesses that were their sources of income.

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