AN INTERNATIONAL charity is appealing for vital funding so their food programmes can reach more orphans living in poverty in Africa.
Msizi Africa, a UK-registered charity based in London, is calling on members of the public to give generously and support their vital work feeding orphaned children in isolated villages in Lesotho, southern Africa.
The charity, which is run entirely by volunteers, have been running food programmes since 2007, serving more than 2.8 million meals in the process to children who otherwise would often not eat for several days at a time.
However, in recent years the charity has had to scale back its operations due to challenges with funding. They currently provide food to children in three villages, but hope to raise enough to extend their activities to dozens more children in a fourth village in the impoverished region.
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