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Good eating: Scottish cafe chain builds village for homeless
by Lee Mannion
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18 May 2018
On 18 May 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A cafe chain that employs homeless people and runs a scheme to provide free food to rough sleepers has gone a step further, building a village of 11 houses in Scotland. Up to 20 homeless people will be given accommodation in the new village to the north of the Scottish capital Edinburgh built by Social Bite, which was set up in 2012. Last year the Scottish government pledged 50 million pounds ($67.53 million) to fund homelessness prevention schemes over the next five years.
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