KAVREPALANCHOWK: Different goods including rice, blankets, and clothes have been distributed to poor single women and new mothers of two local levels of Kavrepalanchowk district under the Inclusive COVID-19 Resilience Project.
Resource Management and Rural Empowerment Centre, Dhulikhel, with the support of CBM Nepal distributed two blankets, one sack of rice, clothes and other goods each to 400 poor single women and new mothers of Madandeupur municipality and Bhumlu rural municipality of the district. Project Manager of Inclusive Project for All, Rajan Gautam, said that rice would be distributed to them for the next three months. The project has incorporated all wards of both local levels. Two thousand people of 400 families have been benefitted under the project.
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