Taking about refugees, one of the issues that exacerbates the struggle to find meals is that refugees often end up in remote neighborhoods that aren’t well-served by public transport and have limited services and stores. The stores that are there often don’t stock familiar foods and may not offer the fairest prices.
WFP already provides cash assistance using an e-card system, whereby vulnerable families who can’t afford to eat properly are given prepaid credit cards with $27 per person to be spent on food each month. The organization also works directly with local shops, particularly in neighborhoods with large refugee populations, to ensure that prices are within a fair range!
=> Dalili app, hungry families can compare prices at different stores, see what’s available in each store and transportation assistance