Covid-19: How Wolwerivier is coping with lockdown

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

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Photo of feeding scheme
The residents of Wolwerivier, with the assistance of NGOs, have implemented an effective feeding scheme. Photo: Ashraf Hendricks

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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