Welcome to Rah Foundation




B Block GTB Nagar Kareli,
Prayagraj Uttar Pradesh 211016

Series of Food distribution drive conducted to satisfy the Hunger of Underprivileged Children.

 Satiating the Hunger of Underprivileged Children

The RAH Foundation is dedicated to eliminating hunger from the poverty-stricken regions in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh. There is no doubt that hunger has become the world's most serious problem that needs to be addressed immediately by anyone who can come up with better solutions for meeting the daily food needs of underprivileged children.

The pleasure of preparing mouth-watering dishes at home, as well as dining out, is enjoyed by most of us.  Due to a scarcity of food, millions of Indians are starving, and they have to sleep empty-handed. A positive point associated with this matter is that hunger issues can be resolved.

We are continuously striving to reduce the disparity between economic and social advancements within the Indian boundaries. It is our responsibility to make sure that hunger-stricken children receive regular meals in order to develop properly and become valuable resources for the upliftment of the nation on a global scale in all spheres.

According to global reports, more than 820 million people around the world suffer from hunger-related problems. According to a study by the World Food Program, one in nine people sleep without a meal on a daily basis. A specific segment of India's population cannot manage three square meals even though the country's growth has been nothing short of remarkable over the last two decades.

As an NGO, we envision a society where nobody goes to bed hungry. It is essential that Indians have access to needed pulses and cereals, know about the importance of healthcare and nutrition, and eat hygienic food in order to live a long and healthy life.                                         

Facts Concerning Hunger in India

  • UNICEF report shows that 8.8 lakh children below five years of age lost their lives because of starvation in 2018.
  • In India, near about 3000 children die due to hunger on a daily basis. Over 20 crore Indians go to sleep empty-stomach every day.
  • FAO 2019 Report reveals that around 14.5% of the Indian population falls beneath the underfed category.
  • In India, around 194 million people withstand the shackles of undernourishment.
  • National Family and Health Survey reckons that 38% of children over five years of age fall under the section of stunted ones, and 36% of children are underweight.
  • As per the assumptions from the current data, 25 lakh Indians die every year because of hunger.
  • As per FAO 2019 Report, 51.4% of women b/w the ages of 15 and 49 are anemic.
  • 30% of newborns die due to a lack of nutrition.
  • India ranks 102nd out of the list of 117 qualifying nations in the 2019 Global hunger index.

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