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Jordan charity gathers hotel leftovers to feed poor
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12 June 2018
On 12 June 2018 Reuters reported:
At the end of a lavish Ramadan buffet in the banquet hall of one of Amman's five-star hotels, a young Jordanian charity worker rushes to gather up left-over food that his team of volunteers will package and redistribute to needy families. Bandar Sharif began his 'Family Kitchen' initiative 10 years ago, [distressed by] the amount of food thrown away by hotels during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, traditionally a period when consumption levels double across the region.
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... His team of volunteers now works all year round to collect unwanted food from large wedding parties, bakeries, and restaurants.
One camp resident [of the refugee camp on the outskirts of Amman] ... said she could not have coped without the [Ramadan] meals delivered to her family.
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