Local4Local’s cyclo pantries bring meals on wheels to capital’s needy

Publication date 07 September 2021 | 07:26 | ICT

A fleet of cyclos – each one carrying a refrigerator-like box – are ready to travel throughout the city to collect donated items and distribute them to people in need.

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