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Hi! I am Onoria Salasio Bernardino, an international student of Marwadi University located in Rajkot, Gujarat, India and an Intern of the Social Entrepreneurship at Hamari Pahchan NGO. The NGO is working hard to eradicate hunger in India and to make it a happy and safe place to live for the underprivileged.Feeding the hungry homeless elderly, women, children, leprosy patients, disabled on the streets as part of zero hunger. Our aim to feed the hungry homeless destitute, abandoned senior citizens, migrant workers. Hamari Pahchan NGO works to eradicate hunger, malnutrition, food wastage. Donate today to help us to serve the hungry. With the increase in the number of COVID-19 and Omicron cases, underprivileged families are badly affected. People lost their jobs due to the outbreak of Pandemic as lockdown was announced in the country. Lockdown and absence of midday meals has hit child nutrition badly. Even worse-off are the very poor and street children, who are struggling to secure a meal a dayFighting hunger in India is necessary due to poverty, the rapid growth of population, exhausted governance, inadequate health systems and unreliable national indicators. Particularly affected are the very poor and the street children who can be seen asking for food at every major traffic signal, outside bus depots and metro stations and railway stations, temples and even tourist spots. Most hotels and restaurants, through their associations, pass on the leftovers to feed the poor, but they too have taken an unprecedented hit and have little to spare today. Attempts to provide dry rations is not reaching the people who need it most.
  Children of working mothers in the lower income groups have been impacted the most. With their mothers out at work from the crack of dawn, it is only those who have older relatives living with them that get a hot cooked meal for lunch. But most of these elderly relatives are now “back home” in Bihar or Uttar Pradesh.Though the country has seen a major economic progress, the poorest areas of India are comparable to the environments of some of the poorest countries around the world.India has, in the last decade, seen a significant increase—almost twice—in its produce and grain production. In fact, India produces a sufficient amount of food for its population but is unable to distribute and provide access to the food for most of its population, mainly women and children. This is why one out of four children in India will experience hunger which often results in malnutrition.There are a series of organizations and nonprofits who have focused their efforts on India’s most solvable issue. For instance, Action against Hunger has been instrumental in saving lives in India in the past decade by taking a hands-on, direct approach. This organization has implemented nutrition programs, worked on health systems in India in recognizing and subsequently treating the signs of malnutrition.This project helping the poor, feeding the homeless people to eradicate hunger in India. Help us to feed the hungry senior citizens, differently abled, elderly, street children belong to homeless. Daily Food distributes to homeless people, poor families living on streets. Every time we feed the poor, the happiness on their faces is beyond description. Our motto is to feed every hungry, who carry their hungry stomach to the bed. Preventing a pandemic of hunger along with COVID-19 is our goal.

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