Soup kitchens struggle to feed homeless as water woes hit Klang Valley

Noel Achariam Elill Easwaran

Due to the water supply disruption and hot weather, it is sad to see the homeless go thirsty and unable to find any other water source, says a soup kitchen operator. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, October 13, 2021.

THREE soup kitchens that provide about 1,800 meals to the homeless in Kuala Lumpur from Thursday to Saturday will not be able to do so now because of the water supply disruption currently affecting the Klang Valley.

The operators told the Malaysian Insight that with their limited resources, they will be able to provide meals for only 200 individuals.

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