Food is the primary need for the survival of a human being. It is the fuel that feeds our bodies with endless energy. Quality food with the highest nutrition value is necessitated for leading a healthy life. Our relation with food describes us as an individual.
Though there is an abundance of food production in India, not everyone in the population has economic and physical access to it. The major concern for our country is poverty, starvation and malnutrition, which is why India continues to fall behind other South Asian nations when it comes to battling hunger.
India ranks 94 in a list of 107 countries on the Global Hunger Index. The virus has worsened the hunger woes condition in our country.
Many Government organisations and other non-profit agencies have taken an initiative to banish hunger from this nation. They have launched many projects such as free mid-day meals for school children and distributing necessary food items to poor households. But the only loophole is the quality check, no special team for controlling the quality and nutrition check.
The Humanity Welfare Council has initiated the much-needed project, Project Foodline, to battle the hunger situation in our country. We tirelessly work beyond hours and relocate to places away from families to serve bread to disadvantaged people of India. We set up community kitchens with high-quality measures and proper nutrition checks on the food. Our main objective is to provide a nutritious meal to every individual and not let anyone sleep empty stomach. This Foodline is free and open for all without any caste, religion, age, or sex barrier. So labourers who work day and night on roads can anytime grab a pack of a nutritious meal.
Not just a free meal, but a box of nutrition and satisfaction to the soul is served, along with a balanced meal. Many poor people rely on cheap street food with heavy spices and zero nutrition because a healthy meal is a hole in their pocket. They are hard hit by the rising prices of basic food items.
Project Foodline will be the biggest hope for these poor people to have a proper meal in a day without compromising on money and nutrition. This community kitchen provides relief to working labourers who hustle every morning to make tiffin before they rush to work.
We at HWC work at the rural level to let the voice of development reach every corner of the nation.
Our mission is to make the Indian population healthy and free from malnutrition. We want to see India hunger-free.
Our vision is to fight hunger woes in our country by feeding every human a balanced meal.
You can donate food like raw rice, pulses, wheat flour, cooking oil and other groceries for children. Companies, individuals, schools and groups of people can collect food by running a food drive in your network.