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Covid-19: How Wolwerivier is coping with lockdown

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Children have learnt to stand apart as they wait for their meals

Photo of feeding scheme
The residents of Wolwerivier, with the assistance of NGOs, have implemented an effective feeding scheme. Photo: Ashraf Hendricks
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Wolverivier is located about 25km north of Cape Town city centre. It is one of the City’s Temporary Relocation Areas, although there is nothing temporary about it: the first residents moved here in July 2015. With the lockdown, many residents are unable to work and children are relying on feeding schemes for food.

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