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COVID-19: A War Against Hunger:

Varanasi is the huge population District; lots of people depend on Jobs and daily Wages. Some families depend on migrant people who go the other city for this cause, more and more people depend on daily wages. Thousands of poor and vulnerable population are facing the most difficult times during this nationwide lock down. We are reaching out to provide support and cater to the food needs of the most vulnerable population-elderly, persons with disability, single women headed households, migrant workers and daily wage earners. We were adopted a great deal of measures to protect the poorest and most vulnerable people from hunger. However the requirement is huge and government cannot alone reach every one. We will provide the dry ration to the most vulnerable people as identified by Self Help Group, Adolescence group, Local Volunteer. The volunteer are maintaining social distancing and following hygienic practices while doing food distribution work.

We need to 500 dry food packets (Rice 5 Kg, Flour 10 Kg, Lentils 2 Kg, Cooking Oil 1 Ltr, Soyabadi 500 gram, Potato 2 Kg, Shop, Biscuit and Spice). The estimated cost of each food packet is Rs. 750.00 only.

Another way of donation:
Account Holder Name : Pragati Path Foundation
Account No. : 7821000100062128
Bank Name : Punjab National Bank
Branch Address : Shri Baldeo PG College, Badagaon, Teh Pindra, Uttar Pradesh 221204
Branch Code : 782100
IFSC : PUNB0782100


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