India is the second largest food producer covering 10.04% of the total World’s food production. But, at the same time India ranked 103 among 118 developing countries in the Global Hunger Index ranking 2018. Data from the report showed that India is home to 190.7 million of people affected by hunger and malnourishment which is 14.5% of India’s total population. Roughly one third of the food produced in the India for human consumption every year approximately 21 million tones gets lost or wasted.
Throwing away the edible food benefits no one. Not only could the food have gone to someone in need, but the resource cost spent towards production of that food wasted/lost is tremendous. No Food Waste bridges this gap with its on-demand food sharing tool functioning at hyper local levels in cities. The Mobile application creates a geotagged hunger map for each city through crowdsourcing. People/food industries with surplus food can use the app to feed the people in need at their near vicinity
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||10,000,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Bangladesh, Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Pakistan|
|Recruit||12 Core team members for Hunger Mapping|
|New Feature||Create open source hunger mapping tool for all food banks in the world. Introduce uberised way of sharing food to the needy. Reduce Food Waste, Work towards Climate Change mitigation and at the same time reduce hunger|
Founding Members Padmanaban Dinesh Sudhakar Board of Directors Bharanidharan Bala Bhraman Arun Kumar Gokul Pradeep
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN AND YOUTH