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Baran awarded most promising program.

03 August 2018

Team FHF at the event receiving the award.

New packaging machine at Sion NRRTC

01 August 2018

The Vertical Form –Fill- Seal (VFFS) machine being inaugurated by Mr. Sujit Kadakia from Societe Generale.

Societe Generale in partnership with Fight Hunger Foundation inaugurated a new packaging machine at Sion Hospital’s Nutrition Rehabilitation Center in Mumbai on 17th July 2018.

Launch of Project Rise

21 June 2018

Dawoodi Bohra community representatives with Fight Hunger Foundation staff unveiling the Project Rise logo.

Mumbai, 20 June 2018:

The Dawoodi Bohra community, in partnership with Fight Hunger Foundation, launched Project Rise at Govandi, Mumbai. Project Rise aims to contribute towards alleviating hunger in some of the poorest parts of India and significantly raise health and nutrition levels of children suffering from severe malnutrition.

Treatment center at Dharni, Maharashtra.

18 June 2018

With the objective of combatting acute malnutrition in Amravati, Fight Hunger Foundation launched its first Outpatient Treatment Centre (OTC) under the NAOS village project on 12th June 2018. The newly launched centre, at the Sadrabadi PHC (Primary Health Centre), is the 1st of 3 OTC’s that will be set up under the project.

58% acutely malnourished children under POSHAN Baran cured

23 April 2018

POSHAN Baran, a program to combat malnutrition in Rajasthan, implemented jointly by Fight Hunger Foundation / Action Against Hunger, National Health Mission NHM) and Integrated Child Development Scheme, Department of Women & Child Development (ICDS) resulted in recovery of 58% acutely malnourished children enrolled for treatment.

World Health Day 2018

11 April 2018

School children in Dharni - Maharashtra celebrating World Health Day 2018.

The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, the key message being health and well-being of all irrespective of age, gender and geography. It is an integral part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) and directly linked to malnutrition as more than 400 million people globally lack access to basic health care services.

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