New Delhi (India), March 28: The issue of hunger and poverty has been a persistent challenge across the world, and India is no exception. Despite being a rapidly developing country, India ranks 102 out of 117 countries on the world hunger index, indicating the urgent need for action to address the issue.
One of the major contributors to hunger is the wastage of food. Every day, tons of food go to waste, while millions of people go to bed hungry. This is a stark reminder of the need for a more equitable and just society where resources are distributed fairly and no one is left behind.
“Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation” is doing its bit to help the needy and poor people. The foundation is committed to providing comprehensive support to the marginalised and oppressed sections of society, including widowed women, homeless people, children, and other underserved sections.
Khushagra Srivastva, the founder of Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation, is a selfless and dedicated individual who has been working towards the betterment of society for over a decade. His unwavering commitment to the cause of eradicating poverty and homelessness in India has earned him numerous accolades and awards.
The Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation is a privately incorporated entity that was registered with the Registrar of Companies in Delhi on October 9, 2021. Its classification is that of a non-governmental organisation. Kushagra Srivastava serves as one of its directors.
Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation recognizes the importance of providing basic necessities like food to those who are struggling to make ends meet. They understand that hunger is a serious issue in India, especially for children who often go without proper nutrition or enough food to eat. The foundation is committed to providing food to those in need and has launched several initiatives to address this issue. One of their programs includes providing food to homeless children who are forced to beg for food and money. They also provide meals to elderly citizens who are destitute, sick, and abandoned by family. By providing food to those in need, Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation is helping to alleviate hunger and ensure that vulnerable populations have access to one of life’s most basic necessities.
The foundation’s initiatives are focused on women’s empowerment, child health, and education, with a core emphasis on economic empowerment as the key to uplifting underserved communities and alleviating their distress. The foundation is also working towards ensuring universal health coverage for men, women, and children, with rapid strides in the dispensation of key facilities and amenities for improving the quality of life of poor people in urban as well as rural areas.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought an unprecedented level of suffering to individuals and families across the world. Many people have lost their lives to this virus, leaving their families in financial distress and emotional turmoil. In India, the situation was particularly dire, with millions of people struggling to make ends meet.
In one such case, a family lost its main earning member to COVID-19, leaving behind a mother who was fighting for her life with multiple health issues like kidney and Myelopathy disease. The family was in a critical financial crisis and struggling to pay for the expensive medical treatment needed to save their mother’s life. This is where Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation stepped in to offer support.
The Foundation took the initiative to help this family in their time of need. They provided the necessary financial assistance to help the family pay for the medical expenses and save the life of the mother. The family received a ray of hope amidst the despair and was able to come out of their critical situation.
This is just one example of the countless families who are facing the brunt of the pandemic in India. The situation is dire, and the need for support is enormous. It is in times like these that organisations like” Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation” play a crucial role in providing support and assistance to those in need.
The Foundation’s initiative to provide safe shelter to homeless children and elderly people in India is especially important. With millions of children forced to live on the streets, homeless and abandoned, they are at risk of being trafficked, forced into child labour or drug use. The elderly who are destitute, sick and abandoned by family, and those uprooted by disasters also require a safe space to live.
Therefore, it is crucial that we support organisations like Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation, which are working tirelessly to make a difference in the lives of the underprivileged and marginalised sections of society. They need our support in terms of funds, resources, and volunteer work, to continue their initiatives and create a brighter future for those in need.
As the famous saying goes, “Sharing is Caring.” Let us all come together to make a difference and contribute towards building a more equitable and just society where no one goes to bed hungry. Join and support “Ek Khushi Welfare Foundation” in their quest for comprehensive welfare initiatives for the underserved sections of society.
Khushagra Srivastva’s work is a true inspiration for all, and his unwavering dedication towards the betterment of society serves as a shining example of the difference one person can make in the world.
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