Help the Underprivileged in combating HUNGER! | Milaap
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Help the Underprivileged in combating HUNGER!
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"One may not be able to help the entire world, but we definitely can attempt to help the world around us".

I, Niveditha Behju Balan started volunteering with Hamari Pahchan NGO and have witnessed various problems faced by society. My goal is to help and provide service to every individual I can!

HAMARI PAHCHAN  is raising a campaign, HUNGER PROJECT aimed at food distribution and helping the needy.

During these unprecedented times where we are dealing with the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus, we are faced with another critical issue of food shortage and malnutrition.

Malnutrition or undernutrition is a condition that results from eating a diet that does not supply a healthy amount of one or more nutrients. Malnutrition in India is triggered by a mixture of factors. Poverty is the primary cause of a lack of adequate nutritional food, which leads to malnutrition.

 Even though the world produces adequate food to sustain all 7.9 billion people, 8.9% of  people worldwide goes hungry nearly every day.

These problems have been fueled by the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus in Covid-19. The restrictions on the movement of goods and people jeopardize the disruption of the supply chain and price volatility of already unstable dietary systems. 

At Hamari Pahchan, we aim to improve public health reduce inequalities, and end hunger by ensuring that everyone eats at least one square meal before going. We do not simply intend to provide people with a meal, but choose it and provide it according to the required nutritional needs.

In order to attempt and meet the growing needs, we are raising funds. We are facing a situation never seen before, so every donation will be warmly welcomed.  And there's no such thing as a small or big contribution; it is the contribution that actually matters.

Always remember "no one has become poor by giving " - Anne Frank.


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