Israeli ministers unveil $66 million plan to feed the hungry
'Our duty is to make sure no child in Israel is hungry,' says Yair Lapid about the new plan that will have tens of thousands qualify for care packages.
Yesh Atid ministers presented Tuesday their plan to improve food security programs in Israel. The proposal would add 75,000 students, as well as thousands of elders with special needs to the plan, which carries a price tag of 230 million shekels ($66 million).
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