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Every child deserves the comfort of their favourite nutritious meal. This World Food Day, let us ensure that the millions of most vulnerable children have access to food they love to eat with their families.

World Vision India’s Hunger-Free campaign

In 2017, over 9 lakh children in India did not live to see their 5th birthday. Malnutrition remains an underlying cause of 45% of these deaths. Through the Hunger Free campaign, we holistically respond to many facets of malnutrition and help save lives. We address the root causes of the issue and bring about just solutions to the complex issue of hunger and malnutrition. We are a proven and dedicated partner in ending malnutrition. Our relationship with vulnerable communities is a partnership of mutual respect, empowerment and accountability. We provide immediate food for today and empower families to produce their own food for tomorrow.

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UMANG (Urgent Management and Action for Nutritional Growth)
In keeping with the need for multi-dimensional approaches to combat malnutrition, World Vision India conceived and developed a nutrition-specific intervention for underweight children across the country for a period of 90 days. Through this community based feeding programme, children receive one meal and snack meeting the basic 600k calories needed, 25 grams of protein and 400 micrograms of Vitamin A requirements of children.

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Children with severe acute malnutrition are referred to Nutrition Rehabilitation Centres (NRCs) and a monthly food basket is given to these families for a period of six months followed up with health, nutrition, hygiene messages and counselling. This food basket contains a combination of rice, ragi, masoor dal, green gram whole, refined sunflower oil, toor dal, wheat, Bengal gram dal, soyabean oil and jowar as per the context.

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