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      Foundation helps needy Tsumeb residents



      by Taati Niilenge

      

CARING ... Members of the Ndjendjela family foundation prepare food parcels for distribution to needy Tsumeb residents. Photos: Contributed

      THE Ndjendjela Family Foundation of Tsumeb has launched a programme to donate food that includes two kilogrammes of fresh fish and 5kg of maize meal to needy families in the town.



      The foundation plans to distribute the food parcels to 200 needy people at Tsumeb.

      

The owner of the foundation, Tsumeb regional councillor Gottlieb Ndjendjela said he is happy to help the town's residents, especially during these hard economic times.



      "We will distribute food every second Saturday of each month for as long as I am the constituency councillor for Tsumeb, because this comes from my salary," said Ndjendjela.



      The foundation was started in 2014 and it aims to help residents to pay school fees, renovate destroyed houses, erect shacks, help with funeral expenses and donating food, among others. 



      "The foundation was not known by many, as we were helping without publicising. After I became the councillor, we deemed it fit to go public, to avoid accusations of any kind due to my position. The aim is to share and bring dignity to the needy," said Ndjendjela

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      The councillor's wife Lowisa Ndjendjela is the executive director of the foundation.


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