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 Children  India Project #35882

Micro Donations to feed children in need in India

by Responsenet Development Services
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India
Micro Donations to feed children in need in India

Summary

A micro-donation the cost of your next coffee can help immensely. It is important to help children access schools for education, health and to stay safe. Help us in the mission to Leave No Child Hungry and to work on the fundamental need of food for children to help build a better future by ensuring children stay in schools, learn, play, stay healthy and safe. Micro-Donations you can make monthly help feed meals to children every day.

$20,000
total goal
$18,074
remaining
8
donors
1
monthly donor
1
year

Challenge

According to the Global Nutrition Report,12 India has the world's largest number of stunted (46.6 million) and wasted children (25.5 million). Two percent of its under-five children are overweight. Twenty-three percent of women and 20 percent of men age 15-49 are underweight, and almost the same percentage are overweight or obese (21 percent of women and 19 percent of men). The proportions have doubled in the last decade.

Solution

The meals provided are many times the first meal of a child. We help children like Ankita, who is 5 years old migrated to Delhi with her family from Rewa village in MP in search of a better life. Her father is a ragpicker and mother is a house-wife. Ankita and the family had struggled to get their daily meals. Ankita was enrolled and ate meals daily which otherwise she wouldn't have been able to get. This improved her health and learning capacity to help realise her potential.

Long-Term Impact

Long-Term Impact for a better future of vulnerable children: 1. Daily meals ensure better health and thereby creating better concentration power for learning. This minimizes cost and visits to the doctor. 2. Keep children safe from abuse and off the streets. 3. Everyday education and helping build a better future. 4. Increase in Happiness Quotient of Child

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

http:/​/​www.delhifoodbanking.org
Creating social impact through nutrition & health
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Organization Information

Responsenet Development Services

Location: NEW DELHI - India
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Twitter: @responsenetds
Project Leader:
Kuldip Nar
NEW DELHI, India
$1,926 raised of $20,000 goal
 
10 donations
$18,074 to go
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