As a school meals charity, our aim is to help children from forgotten and neglected communities stay healthy and get a good education. We do this by providing regular, nutritious meals for children in schools.
By giving a precious gift of a school donation, you can help to change young lives forever.
Your generosity can feed starving children, giving them the chance to get an education, escape poverty and empower them to achieve their dreams. By donating to our school meals project, you will be helping us deliver healthy meals to children in impoverished areas of the world who struggle to get an education and live their lives to the fullest.
We recently launched our school meals programme in Afghanistan, targeting communities with the highest illiteracy and food insecurity rates in neglected regions such as Parwan, Kandahar, Laghman, Kunar, Ghazni, Kabul and Jalalabad.
We will provide meals to 5,000 children across 10 schools.
Poverty is particularly severe in these provinces due to ongoing conflict and internal displacement. Our aim is to reach out to those most needy, who have no one else to address their needs.
school children supported by end of 2021
of the population live under the poverty line
We recently launched our school meals programme in Ethiopia covering 4 schools and serving lunches to 3,885 children.
We will be distributing school meals to schools that serve the urban slum communities of Addis Ababa and internally displaced (IDP) communities in camps on the edge of the city. There is an urgent need to overcome food insecurity in these communities.
children supported across 5 schools
meals will be served each month
internally displaced communities and slums in Adis Ababa
We recently launched our school meals programme in Malawi. We will be funding feeding programmes in Muslim-led schools and madrassah’s in the Mangochi district where the poverty rate is extremely high at a staggering 73%.
Our work here is vital to ensure children in Malawi have a reason to stay in school.
of over 15’s don’t attend school
of Malawian children complete primary school
is the poverty rate in Mangochi
In Bangladesh, millions of children suffer from malnutrition that prevents them from reaching all of their mental and physical potentials.
To change this situation, we provide meals every day to hundreds of children in Dhaka's slums and Rohingya refugees in the city of Cox’s Bazaar.
meals provided last year in Dhaka
children supported last year in Dhaka
meals provided last year in Cox’s Bazaar
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