Hunger is an uncomfortable or painful physical sensation caused by insufficient consumption of dietary energy. It becomes chronic when the person does not consume a sufficient amount of calories (dietary energy) on a regular basis to lead a normal, active and healthy life. For decades, FAO has used the Prevalence of Undernourishment indicator to estimate the extent of hunger in the world, thus “hunger” may also be referred to as undernourishment.
Why this topic?
Those who can't have income sources, kids without parents,elder people without any resources, underprivileged women and children are beneficiaries of this project.
In the 2021 Global Hunger Index, India ranks 101st out of the 116 countries with sufficient data to calculate 2021 GHI scores. With a score of 27.5, India has a level of hunger that is serious.
Who are the beneficiaries of this project?
Hunger is a worldwide issue. Where women, children, elder people from every category are suffering from Hunger. While hunger is a major issue for the underprivileged.
How can an individual make a difference?
To take care of their belongings and neighbourhood. As well as that person can contribute to the society by giving extra incentive to those which are needed,
How can a society make a difference?
People from a society can look to those “which need most will get it first”. They can work on a trusteeship formula and collect things for those who need it.
How can an organisation make a difference?
We started a hunger program at the time of the pandemic when people are waiting for their belongings out of the hospital and there is very little space for the government to quarantine suffering people. At that time homeless people had nothing to eat and they didn't have any shelter either. Once we started the hunger program we continuously worked on it.
How can I make a difference?
People can't shift every facility to someone but they can share their happiness with others. With the help of fundraising and distribution of food we can share happiness and fight against Hunger among people. Even a small contribution can make a difference. People can share packed food and other edible items with the help of organisations where we can reach the most needy person.