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FOOD SEVA


194.6 million people go without one basic meal in India. In the capital city of New Delhi alone there are over 150,000 – 200,000 homeless children, women and differently abled people living on the streets without access to food, water or safe shelter. The Nada Yoga foundation’s Food Seva programme is committed to providing a mid-day meal for 500 children studying across seven centres affiliated with Able Charities School for Non-Formal Education. This school provides access to basic education for children of construction workers and labourers in Faridabad.The seva guarantees a nutritionally complete meal that includes dal, rice and green vegetables so that the children can benefit from at least one healthy meal a day.


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THE FOOD SEVA PROGRAM