About 15,850 Families Benefited from Meat Distributions on the Second Day of Eid
Despite the repercussions of the COVID-19 crisis, and the deteriorating economic crisis in Lebanon, the Union of Relief and Development Associations (URDA) continues to implement its Eid Al Adha project for the second day in a row in various Lebanese regions, bringing the number of sacrifices to 1,605 distributed to some 15,850 disadvantaged families of different nationalities, where 215 calves and 100 sheep were sacrificed today. The distribution areas included Aarsal, Bekaa, Baalbek, Tripoli, Akkar, Beirut, Mount Lebanon, Sidon, Shebaa and others.
The Eid sacrifice has become a glimmer of hope for many families in Lebanon, perhaps it could ease their difficult living conditions.
The first and second days of Eid totaled more than 164,000 beneficiaries who received meat portions from 428 calves and 341 sheep. Field teams are still deployed in various Lebanese regions working day and night to implement Eid Al Adha project with high professionalism, delivering fresh meat portions to beneficiaries while adhering to WHO’s strict preventive measures concerning COVID-19.