Feeding India Daily feeding programs it now serves nearly two lakh meals a day to those in need, Goyal said.
“In a span of six months, @FeedingIndia has doubled its impact. From around 1 lakh of meals in 2021, we now serve around 2 lakh of meals a day to those in need. Eager to get in touch with the NGOs they address malnutrition in India. Let’s do it together? ”Goyal tweeted.
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– Deepinder Goyal (@deepigoyal) 1652265634000
Goyal wrote in the blog post that she was able to reach this milestone with the help of over “145 local NGO partners and numerous individuals and companies passionate about the cause”.
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Based on what it has learned in recent years, it will broaden its focus to include malnutrition and poverty, he said. To do this, he “will create evidence-based programs with measurable results”.
“We plan to achieve this by partnering with social sector organizations that are conducting targeted interventions to address malnutrition among children and women in India,” Goyal wrote.
Goyal said the foundation plans to build a portfolio of high-quality NGO partners who will be supported with financial aid and capacity-building tools to measure and scale their impact. She will also work with organizations to integrate the Daily Feeding India program with schools across the country, especially in places where malnutrition is rife.