Support children and mothers in Nepal with meals

In Nepal, around 7 million people live below the poverty line – more than one in five. Children in particular suffer from inadequate nutrition. As part of our project, we therefore want to reach at least 2,500 children and pregnant and nursing mothers in the Karnali region.

How we help

The World Food Programme is on the ground in Nepal ensuring that children receive adequate nutrition from the start, which can have a positive impact on their health, education and therefore future economic potential. Children, as well as pregnant and nursing mothers, receive fortified cereals from WFP that can be cooked into a hot, nutritious porridge. This will provide at least 2,500 children and mothers in the Karnali region of Nepal with nutritious food for a year.

WFP does not endorse any products or services. share gives 9 cents from each product to WFP to provide one serving of food.

The UN World Food Programme is the world’s largest humanitarian organization fighting hunger. WFP is part of the United Nations and is funded entirely by voluntary contributions from governments, businesses and individuals. Each year, WFP assists more than 115 million people in more than 80 countries. More than 20,000 people work for WFP, 90 percent of whom provide direct assistance to hungry people in remote areas.

Together with you, we want to distribute 1 million meals this year and reach at least 2,500 children and mothers!

Project active since February 2020

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