Experiences from the Khaana Chahiye campaign, collected data and BMC food provision statistics from across 227 electoral wards of Mumbai will be used to conduct data analysis for the map
Khaana Chahiye is a citizens' initiative to ensure much of Mumbai's workforce does not go hungry during lockdown.
A hunger crisis is forcing even the middle class to line up for rations in India, which accounts for nearly a third of the world’s malnourished people. Neeraj Shetye shares his observations in this Quicktake by Bloomberg.
Young people are ensuring that those affected have a good meal everyday, and are coming up with innovative solutions to ensure no one in Maximum City sleeps hungry.
Khaana Chahiye, a citizen-led movement now registered as an NGO, served around 47 lakh meals and 20,000 ration kits to migrant workers and slum dwellers around Mumbai
Millions saw their economic toehold ripped away in lockdowns over the last 12 months. Now hunger stalks them. Swaraj Shetty, our co-founder speaks to Archana Chaudhary about our observations.
Citizen-led organisations are filling the gaps in the government’s response to ensure that the thousands left in the lurch are provided for
Khaana Chahiye has been distributing food daily at the highway and at railway stations where migrant workers are being sent back in limited trains
A group of young volunteers in Mumbai are going from soup to nuts to ensure that the needy are catered to in the wake of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
A group of young volunteers have launched an initiative — Khaana Chahiye — to bring all efforts under one roof and reach out to the less privileged and marginalised sections by mapping them across the city
Khaanachahiye.com is creating a demand data base and a supply runway to ensure no one goes hungry in Mumbai. Here's how
Since May 13, when they began with providing packed meals to passengers on board six or seven trains, they have clocked more than one lakh meals in total for those boarding the trains alone.