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What a waste: Lima’s soup kitchens rally to fight hunger

By AFP
14 September 2021   |   6:28 am
Volunteers from Lima’s soup kitchens are calling on supermarkets to allow them to collect any excess food, to feed the rising number of families relying on their services to survive. In Peru, poverty has risen over the course of the pandemic to affect almost a third of the population.

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