As the restriction on movement has been imposed in the Kingdom, most people do not want to leave their home for their own safety.
In order to provide a flexible daily need for the residents of the city during times of crisis, BookMeBus team partnered with others to create a conventional food and product store called “Chabhuoy Chalat” (Grocery Mobility), a mobile delivery service, to meet the daily demand of the people during the difficult time of global health crisis.
People can find and buy groceries and other necessities which they need on a daily basis at the Chabhuoy Chalat website and its Facebook page. All the products of Chabhuoy Chalat, with the same price tags as those on the local market, can be ordered simply by a message to the page’s inbox.
The users can choose the service to ship their products home within just one to two hours (shipping charge) or wait for one day to receive their products (free of charge). Each order, however, has to be worth more than $5.
“We want to use the flexibility of technology to serve the needs of the citizen and this project is also open to all business owners who want to find more markets and partners that are experiencing economic hardship,” Hun Keolydeth, the Communication and PR Executive of BookMeBus says.
In addition to this, the project also provides employment opportunities for the local people who are affected by the economic impact caused by coronavirus so that they can support themselves and their family.
On top of that, the driver’s hygiene and safety are also taken into account that each of them will receive personal protective equipment while performing their jobs.
To browse the item and order, users simply log in to the ‘Chabhuoy Chalat’ website’ and make their orders through an inbox.