Food for our Barangay 81

Update posted by Dennis Ko On Mar 17, 2020
The virus has been a total disaster eversince the lockdown has been implemented. A lot of people cannot report to work. But the payment for bills and basic needs continue after a month. Eith no mass transportation in sight becnof the Luzon lockdown. People are forced to stay home without having a descent meal. 96 percent of families here belong to the poor. May you save them. Thank you.
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the poor wont be able to properly observe social distancing and will be asymptomatic, passing on the virus to their high risk family, and neighboring friends

Dennis Ko

Update posted by Mar 17

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While the powerful get tested for the virus , the greater majority of the country which is often the poor and those who dont have access to socmed are left to attend to themselves and their own needs. I wish to help my community

Dennis Ko

Update posted by Mar 17

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work from home is no option for the street vendor. and they are included in the list of micro businesses closed for 1 month with no income and no aid and left to fend for themselves. planning to launch a gogetfunding in my barangay. in which I can help the street vendors with no more source of income

Dennis Ko

Update posted by Mar 17

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