Today, hunger is still a prominent issue. Many psychologists believe that not having basic needs met, such as nourishment, can trigger mental illnesses in our population. The nationwide Mid-Day Meal Scheme in India was introduced in 1995 with the objectives of enhancing school enrollment, retention and attendance while simultaneously improving nutritional levels among children.
The government, moreover, claims that local communities, parents and teachers – especially those from disadvantaged groups – should be given an active role and the scheme might enhance social equality in classrooms and beyond.
Sneh Social Welfare Foundation looks forward to eradicating hunger and undernourishment by providing mid-day meals or distribute food packets with the help of your cash and kind donations.
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