Which one came first - hunger or illiteracy?
When addressing the concept of illiteracy in India, one of the first things that come to our mind is hunger. While many may question the connection between hungry and illiteracy, there is an undeniable link.
To eradicate hunger and illiteracy, the Government of India introduced the Midday meal scheme that feeds children at school-going age.
At Annamrita, we strive to blend excellence into the midday meal scheme. We believe that beyond just being fed, it is imperative that children get nutritious and wholesome meals. Through better nutrition, children can concentrate better while studying. And, with the promise of good food, the attendance in schools grows multifold.
Your contribution of
will feed a child for an entire year.
We are deeply appreciative of the contribution made by this (Annamrita) great movement. Just imagine within a short span of time … today I am told that Annamrita movement runs more than 600 centers all over the world, every day in India it provides food to over one million children, healthy food and the message… of love, compassion, which is inherent in Indian civilization”
Shri Pranab Mukherjee - Former President of India
Setting benchmarks to nurture The future
We have been haunted by hunger
for several decades.
It is time to take a stand.