Overcoming obstacles in Moldova
When meetings were banned across the country, Mission Without Borders Moldova continued to cook food for our regulars at the Soup Kitchen and Street Mercy projects. The warm food was either distributed to people’s homes or people were invited to come and collect it.
As the restrictions grew more limiting, changes had to be made again. Beginning March 30, all the Soup Kitchens in Moldova will deliver packages of food products instead of warm food. The homeless who depend on Street Mercy are being given packages of tinned food that do not require cooking to sustain them through these tough months.
MWB staff in Moldova are grateful to God that they have no cases of coronavirus among those we serve or any of our staff. They say, “We thank God that despite all the turmoil, according to our country manager, Tudor Lungu, we were able to provide the families and children in our programs with enough food for the next four to six weeks. We are praying for possibilities to provide more help later on, supporting people in distress to survive through this period with hope.”
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