Hunger Prevention

Food insecurity continues to plague most developing countries. According to the UN, around 700 million people face malnutrition around the world. Children and infants are most susceptible to the effects of persistent hunger. Their physical and mental development is hampered owing to low intake of nutritious food. Our Aim Foundation is committed to ending hunger. We have distributed 380,000+ meals and distributed food rations in disaster-hit areas.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated food insecurity around the world. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, food inflation has been rampant in many developing nations. Inflation higher than 5% is experienced in 63.2% of low-income countries. Support Our Aim Foundation in combatting inflation. 

Food Program in Asia

India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh are among the main geographical areas where we are actively addressing the food insecurity situation. All three countries have experienced rising food prices driven by multiple geopolitical and socio-economic factors. Owing to malnutrition, more than 40% of children under the age of 5 in Pakistan have experienced stunted growth. In India and Bangladesh, the figure sits at around 35% and 45% respectively.

Addressing Malnutrition in Malawi

Through its Holistic Healthcare Center (HCC) in Malawi, Our Aim Foundation has supported hundreds of children. Nutritious meals are distributed as part of our education program aimed at boosting the physical and mental development of young children. Our clinic in Malawi has also supported our goal of creating awareness about healthy intake of food especially for pregnant women.