People arrange grocery items to be given away at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, started by Ana Patricia Non. Photo: Xinhua People arrange grocery items to be given away at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, started by Ana Patricia Non. Photo: Xinhua
People arrange grocery items to be given away at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, started by Ana Patricia Non. Photo: Xinhua
The Philippines

Philippine woman who started food bank branded a communist, compared to Satan by Duterte’s forces

  • Ana Patricia Non, 26, recently set up a shelf with groceries for those who have been jobless and hungry during Covid-19, sparking a nationwide trend
  • Then anti-terrorism forces accused her of being a Duterte critic and communist rebel, even though the president himself appeared to approve of her initiative

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People arrange grocery items to be given away at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, started by Ana Patricia Non. Photo: Xinhua People arrange grocery items to be given away at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, started by Ana Patricia Non. Photo: Xinhua
People arrange grocery items to be given away at the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City, started by Ana Patricia Non. Photo: Xinhua
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