Mazatlan.- Save the Children and the Association of Farmers of the Presidio River (AARP) joined forces to reach out to vulnerable families in the south of the state in these times of pandemic.
Jesús Octavio Loaiza Torres, president of the AARP, reported that 27,380 pantries are distributed in the state, of which more than 10,000 will be channeled to the southern area that will benefit more than 2,500 families.
The Farmers Association gave the day laborers in the south of the state the food support under the auspices of “Save the Children”, a global organization that promotes the protection of children, seeking that families have the minimum needs so that infants receive a adequate nutrition for at least a month.
The AARP, for its part, guarantees that aid is received by the day-laborer population that has been affected by the health emergencies caused by the new SARS Cov-2 coronavirus, which has affected everyone both healthily and economically.
The Mazatlan Post