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RVA distributes food packs to poor amid lockdown



Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.
Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.
Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.


Radio Veritas Asia, through the initiative of its Mandarin Service, was able to distribute food packs that include rice and canned goods, to poor communities in the Philippine capital. Most of the donations came from the Diocese of Wenzhou, while others came from Catholics in Guangzhou, Tianjin and Fujian, and from priests, nuns and parishioners in China. At least 4,000 families in urban poor communities across Manila benefitted from the relief distribution project of Radio Veritas Asia.
 

Radio Veritas Asia (RVA), a media platform of the Catholic Church, aims to share Christ. RVA started in 1969 as a continental Catholic radio station to serve Asian countries in their respective local language, thus earning the tag “the Voice of Asian Christianity.”  Responding to the emerging context, RVA embraced media platforms to connect with the global Asian audience via its 21 language websites and various social media platforms.