According to the administration’s press secretary, Deputy Mayor Adanech Abebe, in collaboration with senior officials of the administration, officially inaugurated the second Hope Light Feeding Center in the Bole sub-city.
Adanech Abebe, Deputy Mayor of Addis Ababa, said the country has been supporting and assisting the poor since the outbreak of the Covenant Epidemic.
“If we use our resources properly, we can solve many of our problems,” he said, adding that the center can feed more than 1,000 people once a day.
“Since the change, the government has been focusing on our citizens,” she said.
He said the center will not only feed citizens but also provide them with sustainable training and self-sufficiency.
He said the city administration is organizing a permanent food center in five sub-cities by coordinating volunteers and institutions interested in helping the needy.
The management and staff of Ethiopian Airlines, Temple of Gad Church, and Skylight Hotel thanked Bole Sub-City for their contribution to the project.
The Bole Hope Light Feeding Center will benefit more than 1,000 low-income people who cannot afford to eat once a day.
The Addis Ababa City Administration has officially launched a feeding center for low-income citizens who cannot eat more than 1,000 meals a day in Arada sub-city on Easter Day.