Roti Bank India
Roti bank is a non – profit organization which focus on working for the relief of the people and help them sleep in the night after a proper meal. Rotibank believe that one day we will finally reach a stage where no one is devoid of basic food at least twice a day.. Rotibank is purely dedicated to the service of poor and needy people. Roti Bank India started this service in 2012 and ever since that day our whole team is working on our goal of “कोई भूखा न सोये”.
You too can help us in our initiative by providing food materials or donations to our rotibank foundation because we believe in “अन्न दान, सबसे बड़ा दान” and all of you can be a part of us by small gestures. Rotibank foundation collect left-over and excess food from the houses and functions to provide food to starving people. So join our team by making a small contribution towards the betterment of people.
RotiBank Future Plans
Rotibank India has also planned to provide free education to poor and needy children in near futures so that they can become self dependent and bright. Literacy rate India is 74.04 per cent (knowindia.india.gov.in/profile/literacy.php) ranking it 94th among others. There has been a jump in India’s adult literacy ranking, from 121 last year to 105 this year thanks to the change from 1991 figures to 2001 figures. Yet, the adult literacy rate at 61.3% is still way below 76% average for developing countries and 81.7% global average.
So, we will need your help to make our dream true of educating children and make India an educated and literate country.
Our Presence in India:
Now, Indian People have started RotiBank in various cities across the country. These centers help us to reach an increased number of people that require our assistance. The Roti-Bank initiative is currently operational in following cities of India:
- · Delhi.
- · (Jharkhand)Hazaribagh.
- · Uttar Pradesh (Mahoba).
- . Mumbai
- . Lucknow
- . Kanpur
- . Other Cites
Millions in India facing hunger during COVID-19 lockdown measures
- Millions of Indians who have been without work for weeks are facing hunger as the country battles the coronavirus outbreak.
- The most vulnerable are daily wage earners, contract workers and migrant labourers who have been without work and earnings since the country was shut down on 25 March.
- Hundreds of men, women and their children have been waiting in the blazing sun for a precious meal in Gurgaon on the outskirts of the Indian national capital Delhi.
- In these times, stocked refrigerators and safe shelters are big blessings to have. However, not everyone has the means for this. The 21-day nationwide lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus in India has affected the livelihood of thousands of people. While slum dwellers and daily wage workers are struggling to earn their daily bread, migrant labourers have also been left without work, with some having walked back to their hometowns.
- Several state governments, including that of Haryana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, and Himachal Pradesh, have already launched relief funds to help those in need. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman also announced a special package amounting to Rs 1.7 lakh crore for the same purpose. But, it is not just the government which is stepping forward, a slew of non-governmental organisations across the country are charging ahead to alleviate the conditions.