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Algerian Food Bank is the largest food bank in the history of Algeria. Initiated by SIDRA Association July 5, 2013, our project has a non-profit aims to collect, manage and share food and to free or almost free of charge to the poorest of effective and sustainable manner. We act at the national level through partner organizations to respond to food emergencies in the most remote areas. Our campaigns involve different sectors of society in a voluntary action and is based on the energy and freshness of Algerian youth to achieve innovative and effective against hunger and malnutrition campaigns.
Algerian families involved and interact positively with the charitable initiative to help the poor
Special logo including a special initiative wants to donate
Post variety of different strata of society
Volunteers of Algerian Food Bank initiative exchange a conversation.
The last recommendations before the start of the actual application of the initiative
Coordinator of the project is to encourage and motivate volunteers
Participation of different age groups of children
Great enthusiasm for the kids, and their active participation and distinctive in the promotion of the initiative
Childhood innocence mixed with charity work, a picture of kids pick up a souvenir photo by the way
College student volunteering in the joy of the initiative and smiling
A child holds a sign calling for encouraging good deeds and donating to the poor.
A large turnout of visitors to the shop to participate in donating to the poor and put their mark in charitable work.
Round youth volunteer initiative to invite people in solidarity with the poor
Visible signs of a smile on the young volunteer
Happy volunteer efforts and the interaction of people with initiative
Volunteers of the Algerian Food Bank initiative pose for a photo holding the slogan Dir El-Khir, which translates as a call for enjoining good.
A father and his two young daughters show support for the Algerian Food Bank campaign initiative.
A child shakes hands with the campaign's mascot.
Algerian Food Bank volunteers hold the slogan Dir El-Khir, which translates as a call for enjoining good.
Volunteers queue to sign up for the Algerian Food Bank campaign.
A child poses for a photo with the mascot of the Algerian Food Bank initiative while holding a sign calling on people to do good deeds.
Interface pulled commercials for the initiative
In a marking of “12/12/12” (December 12, 2012) Yemenis nationwide were invited
to participate in a massive campaign to “Clean-up Yemen,” by painting walls,
sweeping streets or shoveling debris out of the way of road traffic.
The effort was led by the office of President Hadi, Yemen’s first president since the
2011 ousting of Ali Abdullah Saleh after an uprising that ended his 33-year rule.
Three men participate in the nationwide "Clean Up Yemen" day on Algiers Street in the capital of Sana'a on Wednesday