A part of Narendra Kumar's vision, "Feed the Needy Campaign," revolves around eradicating hunger, food wastage, and serving hungry souls. Millions of lives have been traumatized and affected throughout the world amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Millions of Indians are suffering who can't manage their food on a daily basis for themselves. Therefore, the team members working all day and night to convert Narendra Kumar's dream into reality have become the Corona warriors in the challenging hours to make food available for everyone.
People unable to get access to food and starvation cases in India are not limited to the Corona period, but it was before the pandemic and will be there even if the pandemic will end in the future course of time. Unfortunately, many underprivileged people can't manage three square meals per day; Thus, "Feed the Needy Campaign" initiated by Narendra Kumar would help in getting most of the hungry ones served.
Food is the primary right of all human beings, regardless of their religion, caste, doctrine, etc. Hence, it's required to have food in sufficient quantity for all those people who are suffering in this world due to hunger. Narendra Kumar believes that such people should lead a healthy life. For that reason, he has formed a group of individuals willing to make their immense contribution in plucking out the seeds of hunger and malnutrition from the marginalized communities.
Recently, a team led by Narendra Kumar has made a distribution of near about 12 lakh food packets in various parts of Delhi NCR and Bihar. In addition to this, 6 lakh ration kits have been distributed to migrant workers.
Through our Aatmnirbhar Seva Kitchen initiative, we are feeding more than 15,000 daily wage labourers and the other needy ones in Noida, Greater Noida, and other parts of Delhi NCR on a daily basis, and also serving the hungry ones in Runnisaidpur, Parihar, Olipur Sarhachiya, and other villages of Bihar.
The noteworthy point linked with this Feed the Needy Campaign is that less privileged hungry souls are getting the food in just Rs. 5 with utmost love and respect.
Our volunteers actively administer the food distribution activities by serving nutritious meals to families of daily wage workers and labourers.
Our initiative, Aatmnirbhar Seva Kitchen, advocates for accomplishing our Zero hunger mission zero by bringing policymakers under one roof, talking about hunger-related concerns, and receiving the relevant solutions. Aatmnirbhar Seva Kitchen is reducing hunger and giving hope in the phase of hopelessness. Till now, we have filled the stomach of lakhs of poor people living in the shadow of poverty, and we are aiming to keep serving till we reach the point of zero hunger in Bihar, Delhi NCR, and other parts of India.