Did you know that 10,000 students will have a chance to taste the goodness of Ragi Ladoo? Isn't it amazing? Let's find out how?

Did you know that 10,000 students will have a chance to taste the goodness of Ragi Ladoo? Isn't it amazing? Let's find out how?

One Healthy Ragi Laddoo at a time.

Ragi Ladoo - CSR - Section 8 - 80G - Mitti ke rang - Donation - Rural kids

We are distributing 10,000 boxes of high-protein ladoos, to 1,000 children.

Mitti Ke rang Foundation has always strived to uplift the marginalized through various mediums. Today we are all geared up to take our favorite snack, ladoos, to the kids all across.

I know right, who knew a ladoo could provide nutrition to a child?

Mitti Ke rang is fighting hunger in India by supplementing meals with ladoos - healthy, nutritious, and delicious ladoos.

The MMM – or the Mitti Ke Rang - Millets Mission - Promotes millets from farm to plate. Supplementary Nutrition Programme.

RAGI LADDU IN CHILDREN’S DIET OF SCHOOLS ACROSS INDIA

Together, we can reduce malnutrition. Partner with us today, and together we can help children get the nutrition they need.

A flagship initiative. Where At, Mitti Ke Rang. We are looking forward to supporting women entrepreneurs. By buying the ladoos made by them. And, the same healthy nutrition ladoo will be distributed to the students across India.

The more support we get from the donors. We can employ more women entrepreneurs to make ladoos.

 

The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2023 as the ‘International Year of Millets’. To help enhance the nutrition of children in the tribal-dominated area.

In order to popularise the importance of healthy millets. Across the state and national levels. There is a need to engage with multiple stakeholders. Including CSR, Corporates, Individuals donors, grants, etc.

Reviving the traditional millet-based diet. Which is climate-resilient and boosts immunity,” “This is a first of its kind initiative. We are hopeful that we will be able to distribute as many healthy Ragi Ladoos.

This will help to make a comprehensive solution to addressing malnutrition. Unemployment and motivating farmers to increase their millet cultivation area. Facilitating the implementation of MMM at the grassroots.

When the necessities of a child are not fulfilled. Education often becomes the last priority. A nutritious diet is an important part of a child’s life and no child can learn when hungry.

Good nutrition is the bedrock of child survival and development. Well-nourished children are better able to grow. Learn, play and participate in their communities.

Yet, today, many children are not getting the nutrition they need to survive and thrive. This is especially true for the poorest and most vulnerable children.

At least one in three children under 5 is affected by malnutrition. In its most visible forms: stunting, wasting, and overweight.

Less visible forms of malnutrition. Such as hidden hunger, can occur when children become deficient. In essential vitamins and other micronutrients.

The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the pre-existing crisis of child malnutrition. Threatening families’ livelihoods, disrupting the availability and affordability of nutritious and safe diets.

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About Mitti Ke Rang Foundation -

It is a Section 8 and 80G certified. 

All taxpayers are eligible to make donations to charity under Section 80G. And claim a deduction, subject to limits set down by the government. 

Also now we are eligible for CSR ( Corporate Social Responsibility)  as well. So, for any company that does CSR, we can discuss the same.

Mitti Ke Rang works for the livelihood of women entrepreneurs from across India. We have an eCommerce platform where we onboard products made by them. We help them market their products, digitize their business, and help with outreach, sales, and growth..

Ecommerce platform - https://mittikerang.org/

Donation Linkhttps://rzp.io/l/MittiKRANG

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