Food Supplementation for Anemic girl child of Govt. Schools | Milaap
Food Supplementation for Anemic girl child of Govt. Schools
of Rs.30,84,688
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  • Synergy India Foundation

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    Synergy India Foundation INDIA
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Anaemic children of Telangana State Welfare Hostel Students

    from Telangana

80G tax benefits for INR donations

Synergy India foundation has been working for more than a decade towards health, sanitation and nutritional requirements of children of different ages.We wish to alleviate anaemia district by district in  the Telanagana government residential school girls to help them lead a healthy and active life.
Anaemia is the leading cause of stunting and weakness leading to poor cognitive skill developement in children in the developing countries and affects the overall performance in education and sports.We are working for the health of 3.2 lakh children from the Telanagan Residential hostels combined  and can confidently say that ,after analysing our data,that malnutrition and anaemia are the leading causes in India for stunting and low cognitive development.We wish to reduce malnutrition through are highly nutritious and tasty food supplements that children love to eat,through community participation. We have chosen the top 3 districts from Telangana with high prevalence of anaemia which are Khammam,Mahaboobnagar West and Nizamabad with the following number of students :


S.No Our chosen nutritious food supplements
1.Spirulina Chikki
2.Moringa sesame Chikki
3.Spirulina Ragi Biscuits
4.Moringa jowar Biscuits
5.Amaranthus Chikki

S.NoName of the snackRequirement  of packs per student per month(Each pack contains 2 cookies/1 chikki cake)Price per pack(INR)Budget requirement per month per student(INR)
1Spirulina and ragi biscuits44.718.84
2Spirulina , peanut chikkis44.718.84
3Moringa , jowar biscuits44.718.84
4Moringa,sesame chikki44.718.84

Cost of the proposed snacks per student per month

INR 75.36 per student per month

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