Scheme launched by an Australian activist becomes city-wide phenomenon, with more than 170 fridges delivering ‘a small act of kindness’ during holy month

Fridges stocked with free food for those in need have become a city-wide phenomenon in Dubai, serving thousands of people every day of the holy month of Ramadan.

The Australian activist Sumayyah Sayed launched the nonprofit Ramadan Sharing Fridge initiative last year, stocking a single unit outside her house with food and drinks for the city’s poor.

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