INGD needs about 12,000 tons of food for displaced people every month

The National Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (INGD) needs about 12,000 tons of various food products per month to assist the displaced in the city of Pemba, in the resettlement sites.

The information was advanced today in Maputo, by the national director of INGD, César Tembe, on the sidelines of the inauguration of the members of the board of directors of that organization.
César Tembe underlined that the mobilization of resources for humanitarian assistance to the victims of terrorism, is still a challenge.
"We continue to do resource mobilization in order to make sure that people who are in that displaced situation, can benefit from this humanitarian assistance," he said.
For her part, the president of INGD, Luísa Meque, appealed to the newly sworn-in members to strive to provide assistance to the needy.

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