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Non-Government Programs- Mission Heal: Giving Relief from Hunger

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Hunger is a problem that many impoverished people face every day. Unfortunately, they are helpless to do anything about it due to their financial instability caused by poverty. In India, the poverty ratio is much higher than in other countries, exacerbating the hunger issue. In this critical situation, we, as a Non-Government Organization support programs, to provide relief to the less fortunate, as we hope to create a world free from hunger.

Non-Governmental Programs Mission Heal standing for the less fortunate

Our Non-Governmental Programs not only tackle hunger issues but also various other aspects of society, such as women’s empowerment, clothing distribution, education, lack of rights, and more. As an NGO, we are dedicated to cleaning up society from any kind of issue that can hinder the growth of individuals. Sometimes, a person also needs mental support, and as an organization, we aim to bring peace into people’s lives. We try to create an environment that can calm the disturbed minds of people who are less fortunate.

Hunger is spoiling the community’s strength.

Hunger can weaken a community in many ways. When people don’t have enough to eat, it can lead to malnutrition and health problems. This, in turn, makes it harder for them to be productive and active members of society. Furthermore, hunger can also affect children’s ability to learn and concentrate in school.

Apart from this, hunger can create social and economic inequalities. Those who are food insecure may struggle to find stable employment or access resources that can help them thrive. Therefore, it is essential to address hunger and ensure that everyone has access to nutritious food.

Hunger can cause malnutrition.

When someone goes through a prolonged period of hunger and lacks access to a balanced diet, it can result in malnutrition. Malnutrition occurs when the body does not receive sufficient essential nutrition, such as protein, vitamins, and minerals.

These nutrients are crucial for the proper functioning and development of the body; without them, individuals may experience stunted growth, impaired immune function, weakness, fatigue, and cognitive issues. Malnutrition can have long-term effects on physical and mental health.

How can health be affected by hunger?

Hunger can have a significant impact on one’s health in various ways that are often overlooked. Apart from the immediate consequences like malnutrition and weight loss, it can

lead to a weakened immune system, making individuals more susceptible to infection and disease. Moreover, chronic hunger may cause psychological stress, which can result in sleep disturbance, anxiety, and depression.

Additionally, hunger can affect cognitive abilities, reducing focus, memory, and decision-making skills. In summary, the effects of hunger on health extend beyond physical well-being, encompassing emotional and mental aspects as well.

India’s statistics of hunger

  • India has been ranked 111th in the Global Hunger Index 2023, with the highest child wasting rate.
  • The percentage of people suffering from hunger in India in 2020 was 16.30%, which increased by 1.7% from 2019. In 2019, the percentage was 14.60%, which increased by 1.3% from 2018. The percentage in 2018 was 13.30%, which increased by 0.1% from 2017. In 2017, the percentage was 13.20%, which decreased by 0.7% from 2016.
  • Over 20 crore Indians sleep with empty stomachs every day. More than 7,000 Indians die per day due to hunger.

What is the major cause of hunger in India?

The major cause of hunger in India is a combination of factors such as poverty, inequality, lack of education, inadequate infrastructure for food distribution, and inefficient agricultural practices.

Addressing these issues through policies promoting economic growth, education, better infrastructure, and sustainable agriculture can help reduce hunger and malnutrition in the country.

The Non-Government Programs Mission reducing hunger through their initiatives

Our aim as a Non-Governmental Programs is to eradicate all the negative aspects of society, be it hunger, lack of education, or health issues. Our dedicated mindset towards the welfare of this country and its underprivileged people is unwavering. As an NGO, we support deprived individuals through various programs that help them grow.

Our steps that are making a positive impact

  • Hunger is a major concern in our society. As an NGO, we have made it our top priority to address this issue by distributing healthy meals through food camps. Our goal is to ensure that nobody goes to bed hungry. Additionally, we provide individuals with access to healthcare facilities and regular check-ups. This is essential if we wish to maintain a strong and healthy community.
  • Our NGO strongly supports women and endeavours to empower them. We recognize that women face the most inequalities and discrimination in society, which is why we aim to eliminate these obstacles. We offer vocational training and quality education to women, providing them with the most powerful tools to become independent and self-reliant. Our aim is to help women earn a living and become financially stable.
  • Our Non-Government Programs aim to provide education opportunities to children from families who are unable to afford higher education and school fees. We offer quality education to less fortunate children and work towards raising awareness in slums about the importance of education and the positive impact it can have on the lives of children and their families.


Mission Heal is a Non-Governmental Programs that aims to provide relief to people who struggle with basic needs and opportunities. We believe that our small steps can help those in need to improve their lives and bring quality to them. Our goal is to create a society that can offer opportunities to every individual who comes from a low-income family.

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