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TISI Sangam expects to provide 3 meals per week till the end of the school term

TISI Sangam expects to provide 3 meals per week till the end of the school term

By Naveel Krishant
Thursday 23/07/2020

TISI Sangam says they expect to continue to provide 3 meals per week to all students at their 27 schools across Fiji till the end of this school term.

TISI Sangam Secretary-General Damend Goundar says they provide around 9000 meals per day and this phase is expected to cost around $160,000.

Goundar says whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has brought unimaginable crisis, it has also given them the opportunity to be of service to the people.

He says they are also sharing meals with non-Sangam schools.

Goundar further adds that we are in hard times and 2020 will be remembered as what COVID-19 did to the world and Fiji but we can change that and remember it as what we did and how we came together to make lives happier.

He says they have received donations from their members and people who are non-members as well.

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