Gajuwaka food point saw a high influx of migrants who were on foot and cycle. The food point acted as a source of food and liquids before the migrants headed back home. More than 600 food packets and 1000 tata gluco glasses used to be distributed at this food point.
Gajuwaka food point acted as the first point of contact for the migrants coming from the Industrial regions of AP and the southern states of India. It saw migrants coming in from Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai. The migrants belonged to Odisha, Bihar and northeastern states. As Gajuwaka is considered to be one of the starting points to the central city of Visakhapatnam, we needed to make sure that no migrant passes through the entry point without food, water and other basic needs. A team from Souls of Humanity and other Vizag Volunteers took care of the needs of the migrants at this food point.
The food point provided food, water, rehydration fluids and medicines to the migrants. On average, 500-700 food packets were distributed daily.
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