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Vegan Meals for Flood Victims

Food for Life provides vegan meals for victims of the Pakistan flood.

In wake of the recent floods in Pakistan, Food for Life Global (FFL) affiliate Sri Krishna Bhakti Parivar is now distributing hot vegan meals to flood survivors. The campaign aims to focus on poor and minority groups that have lost their homes because of the flood. FFL is a non-profit that provides vegan meals to those in need worldwide, including victims of disaster. Since the floods, which began in July, the UN estimates five million people have been left homeless, and has affected 17 million people overall. Food shortages are a major concern of the disaster. FFL hopes to create peace and prosperity through providing vegan meals.

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