Youth NGOs' Innovative Ways To Keep Mumbai Fed During Lockdown

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  • Published On: May 04, 2020
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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected lives and livelihoods. Daily wage labourers and migrant workers have taken a huge hit. Medical and emergency staff have been working round the clock for days and often, not had the time to go home and have a meal with their families. NGOs driven by young people are ensuring that those affected have a good meal everyday, and are coming up with innovative solutions to ensure no one in Maximum City sleeps hungry. Whether it's YUVA (Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action) that is providing cooked meals and dry rations or KhaanaChahiye.com, a citizen initiative to fight hunger in Mumbai by crowdsourcing a hunger map and marrying it with food supply through activating dormant restaurant kitchens.

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