The Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere. The 17 Goals were adopted by all UN Member States in 2015, as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a 15-year plan to achieve the Goals.
"Poverty is a very complicated issue, but feeding a child isn't"
'Food For All' is our initiative to end hunger. Through this program we provide monthly ration kits and daily cooked meals to the underprivileged. A ration kit costs Rs 700 while a cooked meal costs Rs 50.
We aim in achieving the target of Zero hunger (Sustainable Development Goal) Hunger and undernourishment have a severe impact on children especially under the age of five which becomes the cause of wasting and stunting among them. India has slipped to the 101st position in the Global Hunger Index 2021 of a total of 116 countries, from its 2020 position of 94th and is behind its neighbours Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Let us all come together and work so that no one sleeps empty stomach and no one remains undernourished.
Our first health camp was held at Powayan, Shahjahanpur of Uttar Pradesh where we treated more than 250 people. Free health check-ups, medicine distribution and health counseling were provided to people. Our motive was to alert people about their health problems before it turns into a serious one. Likewise, we conducted various health camps in many villages and towns of Uttar Pradesh.
Our aim is to meet the Sustainable Development Goal of 'Good health and well-being'. A healthy lifestyle plays the most important role in our lives. Living a healthy lifestyle can help prevent chronic diseases and long-term illnesses. .
Madanpur Khadar: We pay regular visits to the people of this area. We have helped people by providing them with ration, meals, clothes, stationery kits and menstrual kits. People in Madanpur Khadar struggled to have a ration card. We helped them in having one.
Slums in Noida: We reached out to people of this area and provided them with ration, meals, clothes and sanitation kits. Sanitation was one of the biggest problems in such areas.
Our aim is to achieve the 'Clean Water and Sanitation' SDG goal.
We provide tuition classes to over 300 students in JJ Colony, Rohini in New Delhi. Free education is provided to children of classes LKG to 8. Along with academic studies we also give lessons on value education to them. We work with the mission of leaving no child deprived of education. We are working on the Sustainable Development Goal of 'Quality education'.
Our ‘We are with Women’ scheme provides free sanitary pads and spread awareness on menstrual hygiene. We distribute menstrual hygiene kits to women so that they can have a safe period. A major cause of illness and possible death among menstruators is period poverty. Diseases like UTIs and other infections are often fatal due to minimal access to menstrual products, poor medical care, and poor menstrual hygiene. In India, a majority of women do not have the means nor the luxury to choose between menstrual cups, tampons, or pads.
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