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True stories of Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Service

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The first wave of the COVD-19 pandemic brought with it a disaster that the world had never seen before. The deeply affected people were the ones who depended on their daily wages for their livelihoods. India saw something like a mass exodus of migrants. Daily-wagers went back to their hometown with their family and children. With no job to save for the future and no money to buy groceries or other essentials, the migrant communities were the worst hit.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation joined hands with the Central Government, State Governments and District Authorities of India to begin its COVID relief service. Here are a few stories of people who have benefitted from Akshaya Patra’s feeding initiative.

With the help of people who gave charity in India, Akshaya Patra served a cumulative of 124 million (12.4-crore) meals that included cooked meals, grocery kits and happiness kits. Each kit contained dry ration that could help a family sustain for a month.

Slowly as things started to get back to normal after a few months, people started reopening their business, daily-wage labourers again got their jobs and things started to sail smoothly.

This is when the second wave of the pandemic struck all of us again. And this time, it has come back stronger and is deadlier. It is affecting millions of people and this is why we need to reach out to many more of them this year. Donate online to be a part of Akshaya Patra’s COVID relief service. Remember, we can tackle this pandemic only by uniting with each other.

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With the help of people who gave charity in India, Akshaya Patra served a cumulative of 124 million (12.4-crore) meals that included cooked meals, grocery kits and happiness kits. Each kit contained dry ration that could help a family sustain for a month.

Slowly as things started to get back to normal after a few months, people started reopening their business, daily-wage labourers again got their jobs and things started to sail smoothly.

This is when the second wave of the pandemic struck all of us again. And this time, it has come back stronger and is deadlier. It is affecting millions of people and this is why we need to reach out to many more of them this year. Donate online to be a part of Akshaya Patra’s COVID relief service. Remember, we can tackle this pandemic only by uniting with each other.

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Restart of Akshaya Patra’s COVID response in India

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A daily-wage worker of a thread-manufacturing company was handed over two months’ salary just before the lockdown was announced in March 2020. Due to the surge in prices of food and daily commodities, the money that could have lasted for another two months was quickly exhausted. This is the story of 42-year old Mohan Jadhav.

To read about Mohan Jadhav’s story in detail, click here

In the first half of March 2021, the Health Minister of India, Shri Harsh Vardhan declared that India was in the end game of the pandemic. (BBC)
Since the peak in the number of positive cases decreased from 93,000 cases in September 2020 to 11,000 in mid-February 2021, everyone started to breathe a sigh of relief that everything will finally be back to normal.
But then, the COVID-19 pandemic came back with a bang and this time, it was stronger; it took away the lives of thousands of people and millions of them tested positive all over the world. As if this was not enough, it continued to affect the low-income sections of the society. Lockdowns were announced in various states to curb the spread of the virus and millions of migrants travelled back home to ensure they stayed with their family during these tough times.

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The Akshaya Patra Foundation never stopped its service to the needy people of India. Since day one of its service on 25th March 2020, it has been continuously providing meals to people hailing from challenging socio-economic conditions. With support from the Government of India, State Governments, District Authorities, Individual donors and corporate donors, it has cumulatively served 12-crore meals till 31st April 2021. However, the number of people who are dependent on these meals are constantly on the rise.

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This NGO in India serves construction-site workers, labourers, daily-wagers and needy people from old age centres. Depending on the state in which the COVID Relief Service is carried out, fresh meals that comprise of dal and rice, or khichadi/roti and subji are served. These freshly-prepared meals are served in 28 locations of India that include Hyderabad, Jaipur, Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Surat, Ahmedabad, Kandi, Vadodara, Bhilai, Ajmer, Mathura, Vrindavan, Lucknow, Vizag, Ballari, Silvassa, Thane, Pune, Bhilwara, Jhalawar, Nathdwara, Chittorgarh, Chennai, Vijayawada, Hubballi, Mysore, Mangalore, Nagpur, Bhavnagar and Puri.

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Akshaya Patra has served meals and helped millions of people like Mohan Jadhav in this pandemic. Your online donations to feed the needy people of India can go a long way and provide their family with grocery kits and happiness kits that ensure their sustenance. No matter how big or small your contribution is, what matters is your generosity to provide food assistance during this tough time. Even ₹25 can feed a healthy meal to 1 person.
Then why wait?

Donate online to Akshaya Patra and make a difference in the lives of people today!

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Akshaya Patra’s Support during COVID-19 2.0

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The Akshaya Patra Foundation began its COVID-19 relief services on 25th March 2020 by providing freshly cooked meals, grocery kits and Happiness Kits to thousands of people by coordinating with various State Governments & District Administrations. Around 12-crore cumulative meals were served and distributed to people from marginalised sections of the society.

The NGO supporting during COVID-19 adheres to safety and hygiene measures while serving cooked food and while distributing kits in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Tripura, West Bengal, Punjab, Jharkhand and Himachal Pradesh.

Just when all of us began to accept the new guidelines that were accepted as norms, the 2nd wave of the pandemic hit us again! And this time, it hit us even harder. Akshaya Patra continues with all its might to feed the needy people during the second wave too.

Akshaya Patra’s ongoing relief activities
• Serving cooked meals with COVID-19 Relief Service
• Distributing grocery kits (food relief kits) with COVID-19 Relief Service
• Providing happiness kits with Happiness Kits Initiative
• Issuing food & water to rail passengers with Yatri Sewa Programme

Supporting each other is the need of the hour
Many State Agencies, District Authorities and citizens have come forward to show their support during this crisis that has hit us harder than before. By donating to Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Service, you can ease the worries of needy people. Every penny of your donation towards Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Service will help the Foundation to:
• Continue providing cooked meals and grocery kits to daily wage workers, migrant labourers, and the low-income sections.
• Expand the relief operations to serve many more needy people. The intensity with which people are affected by this 2nd wave is worse this year (Times of India).

If a majority of citizens are well-fed and healthy, they will have more power to ward off the virus. Support generously for the sake of people who need you the most this year.

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Generous Supporters of Akshaya Patra During COVID-19 Crisis

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Thousands of employees are staying at homes and fulfilling their duties as responsible citizens to flatten the curve. While we do so, there are NGOs who have come forward to help fellow citizens who are struggling for something as basic as food – these are the people from the migrant communities.

With the harsh blow struck by the Corona disaster, millions of migrant workers and labourers had to deal with reduced or loss of income, food shortages and job insecurity.

According to World Economic Forum, there are over 139 million migrants in the country.

And to help them, The Akshaya Patra Foundation commenced its COVID Relief Service on 25th March 2020. By adhering to all safety and hygiene measures, it serves meals and distributes grocery kits to low-income and marginalised sections of the society that comprises of daily-wage earners, migrants, labourers, construction-site workers, needy people at old-age homes and night shelters.

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Every citizen is coming forward to do their bit to help people in distress due to the COVID disaster. With constant support from various State Governments & District Administrations, donors and volunteers, the Foundation has extended its relief operations to reach a total of 19 States of India.

Because of this generous support, Akshaya Patra has been able to serve a cumulative of 5,61,17,791 meals thus far.

Cooked meals are distributed on a daily basis to ensure that every individual is fed and does not have to stay hungry. Essential grocery kits are distributed every day to help migrants and their families survive during this testing time. Each grocery kit contains rice, pulses, oil, spices and vegetables that can serve 2 people with 42 meals for 21 days.

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With the help of these donors and supporters, Akshaya Patra has equipped itself in providing food relief materials to the needy.

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The entire Foundation wholeheartedly thanks each and every one who stepped in to support the COVID-19 food relief service. There are million more people who are still in need of food relief amidst the chaos. We can reach out to them only with support from generous people like you.

Click here to play an important role in feeding people from migrant communities.

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Eminent Celebrities Support our COVID Relief Efforts

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In the crisis caused by the COVID disaster, the virus seems to have brought forth the goodness in every human being. Many individuals have come forward to do their bit to help people who are affected during the crisis. All across the nation, you can see people providing meals to the lower-income sections from their residences, donating money towards distributing relief kits for the affected people, helping the front-line workers with PPE kits, etc.

Apart from individuals coming forward to help the marginalised sections, many NGO’s in India have extended their services to provide them with relief during the COVID-19 crisis. The Akshaya Patra Foundation began its COVID-19 Relief Services from 25th March 2020. The Foundation has served a cumulative of over 6-crore meals to people belonging to backward sections of the society. It has consistently worked towards serving cooked meals & distributing grocery kits for the last 80 days and will continue to do so throughout the lockdown period.

Many eminent personalities have taken to social media for appreciating Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief efforts. Here is what each one has to say.

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Manish Sisodia - Deputy Chief Minister of DelhiTestimonial_Sanjeev Kapoor – Indian ChefTestimonial_Anil Swarup - Indian author

Testimonial_Captain Manivannan – IAS Officer, Karnataka

Testimonial_Debjani Ghosh – Researcher

Testimonial_Dr. Sumita Misra –IAS Principal Secretary Department of Tourism, Haryana

Testimonial_Himanta Biswa Sarma – MLA, Assam

Testimonial_Hrithik Roshan – Bollywood Actor

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Testimonial_Ram Sampath – Indian Composer

Testimonial_Ravi Shankar Prasad - Minister of Law and Justice of India

Testimonial_Shashi Tharoor – MP, Lok Sabha

Other celebrities who have supported Akshaya Patra in their relief efforts

Actress Raveena Tandon created a campaign to support #KnowHungerNoHunger on World Hunger Day

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The Department of South-western Railways, Karnataka, appreciated Akshaya Patra’s efforts to feed Shramik passengers during the COVID-19 crisis

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Australian pacer, Brett Lee appreciates Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 relief services

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Bollywood actress, Vidya Balan raised funds with Akshaya Patra during the COVID-19 crisis

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Indian singer, Sona Mohapatra supported Akshaya Patra by creating a fundraising campaign

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With support from these prominent personalities who are appreciating the Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Services, there is hope for feeding million more people with meals and essential kits.

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Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Food Relief Services in India

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As in the past, The Akshaya Patra Foundation has once again come forward to support the needy during a crisis hour, and this time for a totally unforeseen one – the COVID-19 Pandemic. Working in coordination with the Government of India, State Governments and Local Administrations, and in association with Volunteers and Donors, Akshaya Patra began its COVID-19 Food Relief Service on 25 March 2020.

In this hour of need, when the nation is under lockdown to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, Akshaya Patra is aiding the Government’s effort by serving cooked meals and distributing grocery kits to low-income and marginalised population of the society comprising of migrant labourers, daily wage workers, construction site workers, and needy people in old age homes and night shelters.

As on 13 Aug 2020, The Akshaya Patra Foundation has served 2,84,92,715 cooked meals and distributed 7,69,668 dry grocery kits across Rajasthan, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Punjab, Tripura, Jharkhand and Himachal Pradesh.

Here is a weekly glimpse of Akshaya Patra’s relief work in various locations across India.

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Akshaya Patra is thankful to all the supporters and volunteers.

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Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Service across India

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The Akshaya Patra Foundation always stands up for the needy by providing its relief services during crisis. As the COVID-19 pandemic struck the globe, the NGO stepped up to provide relief services to the needy in India. The Foundation is providing cooked meals and dry grocery kits to the migrant labourers, daily wage workers, construction site workers, and needy people in old age homes and night shelters. In close association with the Government of India, State Governments and Local Administrations, and support from Volunteers and Donors, Akshaya Patra began its COVID-19 Food Relief Service on 25 March 2020.

During this lockdown period, Akshaya Patra has served 2,43,85,295 cooked meals and distributed 6,81,423 grocery kits as on 14 June 2020. The relief service activities are carried out with great precaution and safety measures in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Punjab and Tripura.

Here are some clippings to provide you an overview of Akshaya Patra’s tireless service during the unprecedented crisis.

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1. Akshaya Patra reaches the 3 crore mark in COVID-19 relief services


2. Akshaya Patra serves 30,000 migrants in Delhi during COVID-19 crisis

3. Akshaya Patra helps the needy during the Corona crisis

4. Akshaya Patra Delivers Meal Boxes to the Needy During the Corona Crisis

5. Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Operations in Jaipur

6. Hope In A Box – Akshaya Patra Relief Services

7. Akshaya Patra COVID-19 Relief Service

8. Shridhar Venkat speaks on World Health Day

9. COVID-19 Relief Services by Akshaya Patra

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10. Akshaya Patra serves 5 crore meals during its COVID-19 relief service

Be a part of Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Service and provide food to thousands of needy

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Akshaya Patra Commences COVID-19 relief services!

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The Akshaya Patra Foundation has gone beyond its call of duty and is supporting for more than its cause of ‘Food for Education.’ Responding to COVID-19 Pandemic, Akshaya Patra began providing food and grocery kits to the people in need; this includes daily-wage labourers, old age homes and marginally poor population across several locations in India.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation has begun its COVID-19 relief services by providing healthy, cooked meals and dry ration kits to thousands of people by co-ordinating with various State Governments & District Administration.

Safety and hygiene measures are adhered to while serving cooked food and while distributing dry grocery kits to the needy in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Telangana, Gujarat, Maharashtra, NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Assam, Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Tripura. As on 13 May 2020, a total of 1,78,17,671 cooked meals and 5,66,400 dry grocery kits were distributed.

Akshaya Patra’s on-going relief activities:

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Akshaya Patra continues to serve cooked meals and dry grocery kits across all its relief service locations.

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Akshaya Patra has begun serving in Uttarakhand while continuing to serve in other locations.

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Akshaya Patra has begun serving in Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh while continuing to serve in other locations.

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Akshaya Patra has intensified its relief service across all locations.

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Akshaya Patra has begun relief service in Assam too while continuing to serve other locations.

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Akshaya Patra has begun relief service in Andhra Pradesh too while continuing to provide cooked meals and grocery kits in other locations.

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Akshaya Patra is continuing its effort to maximising its reach so that more needy people can be supported during this crisis.

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By the day, as the COVID-19 crisis is intensifying, Akshaya Patra is also increasing its reach of relief service.

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Akshaya Patra enters the second week of its relief service.

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Akshaya Patra began its relief service in three more states.

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The aim is to ensure the needy receives the much-needed food each day.

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Akshaya Patra is tirelessly working to reach out to more and more needy people to provide food relief during these tough times.

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As the lockdown got stricter, groceries seemed to be the need of the hour too. Hence, Akshaya Patra stepped up to provide dry grocery kits (contains rice, dal, oil, and vegetables) along with continuing to serve cooked meals.

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It was about serving more and more needy people.

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The Foundation extended its relief service to other locations.
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Akshaya Patra began its relief service from Jaipur in Rajasthan by providing 16,000 cooked meals to the needy.

Supporting each other is the need of the hour
Many State Agencies, District Authorities and citizens have come forward to show their support during this unforeseen crisis situation. You too can make a difference by donating to Akshaya Patra’s Corona Relief Service. Every penny of your donation towards Akshaya Patra’s COVID-19 Relief Service will help the Foundation to:
• Provide cooked meals and dry grocery kits to daily wage workers, migrant labourers, and the low-income and marginalised section.
• Expand the relief operations to serve many more needy people at this hour of great crisis.

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Support generously. It’s for the well-being of the people of our own country.

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Strong Immunity – A way to fight Coronavirus COVID-19

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Health and hygiene are given utmost weightage at this hour. On following certain precautionary and safety methods, you can stand a chance of keeping the virus at bay. The Akshaya Patra Foundation feeds freshly cooked, hygienic meals to 18,00,907 children studying in 19,039 Government and schools located in 52 locations of 12 States and 2 Union Territories of India.

There has been a lot of flurry of articles, news, social media posts, memes and blogs about the virus – Coronavirus that has been doing the rounds on digital media. The whole world is enveloped in fear. Theatres, movies, retail shops, offices, restaurants are on a hiatus and people are working from home with the same fear of contracting the virus.

What is COVID-19?

Coronavirus disease 2019 also known as COVID-19 is a disease caused by a family of coronavirus which causes respiratory illnesses such as cough, fever and severe cases of difficulty in breathing. It spreads easily by contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. The virus was first found in Wuhan, China in December 2019.

It spreads majorly when an infected person comes in contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. It spreads when a person touches the surface of an object that has the virus on it, then later touches their eyes, nose, or mouth.

Symptoms of COVID-19

The Corona symptoms are not very dominant in an infected person. They are mild and gradually develop the below symptoms:
• Cough
• Fever
• Tiredness
• Difficulty in breathing
Some may also have nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, body pain or diarrhoea.

Safety measure & preventive methods
The best method to prevent the illness is to avoid being exposed to the virus. The virus mainly spreads when the respiratory droplets of an infected or person reaches the mouths or noses of the nearby people.

How can you protect yourself from the virus?
Maintain hygiene and cleanliness – Wash your hands regularly with soap and water. Sanitize them with an alcohol-based sanitizer.
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth – Avoid touching the ‘T-zone’ of your face.
Maintain at least 3 feet distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
Cover your mouth and nose – Use a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.  You can also sneeze or cough with your bent elbow to cover any droplets spreading to others.
Stay home if you are unwell. If you have slight fever, cough or difficulty breathing, seek medical attention immediately.
Keep yourself updated on the latest COVID-19 hotspots in your locality and avoid traveling.

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Along with following the above precautions, it also helps to stay away from viruses in general if you have a good immunity.

The Akshaya Patra Foundation is an NGO that is following all the rules directed by the Indian Government to keep the infections at bay. It is an NGO that works towards feeding healthy and nutritious food to school children. The wholesome meals consumed by children as a part of the Mid-Day Meal Programme helps in boosting their immunity. Freshly prepared, nutrient-rich meals also help them to focus and concentrate better in class.

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At this time of the hour, you can help in boosting the immunity of children with your donation. Your generous donation will go a long way in benefitting children with health and nutrition. Join Akshaya Patra to take the first few steps towards a progressive nation where children are ambitious, healthy and resourceful.

Make these little children a part of your circle, help us to nourish and nurture them.

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North Karnataka Needs Your Help

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North Karnataka is hit with very heavy rains and has flooded many places. The Akshaya Patra Foundation, Hubballi-Dharwad is serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in 48 ‘Ganji-Kendras’ (temporary shelters) for more than 16,000 people who are affected by the floods in Dharwad district.

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The Akshaya Patra Foundation had stepped in to provide food to flood affected people in North Karnataka-Dharwad district.
Location of relief work: Dharwad
Relief activity period: 6 Aug 2019 – 17 Aug 2019
Number of meals served: 2,19,736 meals
Meal menu: Upma, rice, sambhar, kesaribath, pulao, dal, bisibelebath, wheat sweet, and pickle.
Status of relief work: Completed

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Akshaya Patra’s Works During Natural Disasters
Whenever a place is hit by natural disasters like flood or earthquake – within the country or across the borders, Akshaya Patra is always present to provide relief to the affected-people by providing food. Here is a quick overview of Akshaya Patra’s past relief activities:

Assam Flood Relief
Activity period: 17 July 2019 to 3 August 2019
Location of relief work: Several relief camps in Kamrup district
Total meals served: 52,880

Odisha Cyclone Relief
Activity period: 15 May 2019 to 6 June 2019
Location of relief work: Brahmagiri, Satar, Kanas, Gok, and Satyabadi
Total meals served: 1,00,000

Kerala Flood Relief
Activity Period: 13 August 2018 to 30 September 2018
Total Meals Served: More than 1 lakh

Chennai Flood Relief
Activity Period: 8 December 2015 to 25 December 2015
Total Rice-based Meals Served: 2,12,000

Gorakhpur Flood Relief
Activity Period: 25 August 2017 to 8 September 2017

Nepal Earthquake Relief
Akshaya Patra airlifted 1,00,000 meals to earthquake hit Nepal in April 2015. It also established a centralized kitchen in June 2015 to support the affected people of the region. The Earthquake Relief Centralised Kitchen Project was a joint initiative undertaken by Akshaya Patra, Jamsetji Tata Trust, and Sipradian Sahayata Sanstha. The kitchen served 1.4 million meals to the affected people for 88 days.

Gujarat Flood Relief
Activity Period: 25 July 2017 to 30 July 2017
Total Theplas Served: 4,00,000
Areas Covered: Banaskantha District (North Gujarat), Kalol, and Ahmedabad regions.

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