The world today is facing an unprecedented challenge in the form of COVID 19. Economies have fallen, mighty nations have surrendered and life as man knows it, has been reduced to the confines of their homes. And while the world is battling the virus, here in our country we have another war also to win. Thousands of migrant workers and daily wagers have been left jobless in the wake of the current state of lockdown which has affected children and women the most. And while most of us are worrying about our kids’ education, our job, our future, our businesses and its prospects and how to handle time at home in isolation or simply getting bored at home. The less privileged ones have only one worry.

 

Where will their next meal come from?
Will their kids sleep on an empty stomach again?
Will their family survive another day of starvation?

 

And if hunger doesn’t get them, disease surely will. They stay in makeshift homes that open into each other. Social Distancing is an alien concept and almost impossible to follow, even if they tried. Their living conditions are deplorable as the most basic hygiene and sanitation facilities haven’t reached them yet.

India it is time now to do what you do best. It is time to SHARE!

Smile Foundation has come forward and developed a multi-pronged approach to mitigate this crisis in this critical hour of need.

SMILE AGAINST HUNGER

A comprehensive Food Supply Programme providing Hunger Survival Kits to children and families in urban slums & rural areas across 22 states of India

So far, we have provided 10 million meals. Our aim is to provide 25 million meals.

BAATON BAATON MEIN SEHAT

A telephonic and digital Health Awareness Initiative providing counseling on physical as well as mental wellbeing to the most vulnerable during COVID-19

Till date, 40,000 people have been counseled. Our aim is to reach 200,000 people.

HEALTH CANNOT WAIT

An initiative to take primary healthcare to the doorsteps of the less privileged children and families and promote a health-seeking behavior among them.

At present, 1 million people are benefitting from our health services. We aim to reach 2 million people.

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