150 low-income families were helped in Bolnisi

The Integration Center of Georgian Azerbaijanis (ICGA) continues a support campaign in quarantine regime applied in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of the campaign, ICGA provided food assistance to 150 low-income families living in Bolnisi district. The food packages were handed over to the Bolnisi mayor's office for delivery to needy families. Each of the 150 aid packages includes flour, rice, pasta, vermicelli, buckwheat, powdered sugar, sugar, sunflower oil, salt, tea and other necessary food products.
It should be noted that, on April 10, ICGA managed to deliver food aid to 250 low-income families living in Marneuli in a similar way.
It should be noted that since March 23, for the first time in Georgia, a strict quarantine regime has been applied in Marneuli and Bolnisi districts. This has complicated the social situation of low-income and poor families. Taking into account the current situation, ICGA has launched a support campaign to help low-income families.