Children are the future of any community. Their health, education, and well-being are essential for that future to be bright. Unfortunately, millions of children in Bangladesh don't have the good fortune of healthy, nutritious food. At JAAGO, we believe that providing nutritious meals for malnourished children will help create sustainable nutrition and clean water solutions. Our students in the 11 schools all over Bangladesh receive a quality education and healthy meals every day for their physical and mental well-being.
One of the most significant factors for malnutrition among children in Bangladesh is household food insecurity; this is why JAAGO implements the 'Healthy Living' program as it ensures that our students have access to at least one nutritious meal a day. JAAGO is delighted to partner with Thrive, an organization aiming to provide healthy and nutritious meals to hungry children in the world's poorest parts to feed the students at our schools. Thrive and JAAGO have worked together to determine the needs of our students by the fund raised from the GlobalGiving “Feed the Children” project. Moreover, Honorable British Commissioner Robert Dickson has visited JAAGO Korail with Thrive to ensure the well-being of these children and support our cause of eradicating hunger.
Following the core concept of providing for the underprivileged children and their families, we have distributed household essentials and basic necessities in the Banani area with the help of Thrive and the constant support of our donors in GlobalGiving. To serve the families, we were able to provide our service for thousands of children who need the proper nutritional care along with Educational support.
JAAGO believes in the sustainable development of the children and ensures their health safety in order to prepare them for the future. Without health care security, they can hardly avail the education they deserve. With the help of our donors, we can unleash the possibilities among these children and create a world with easy access to safe health and education in the future as well.
We express our deepest gratitude to the donors who have always rendered support by contributing to the welfare of underprivileged children in our Feed the children project. In particular, the 'Feed the Children' project has been largely supported by valuable donor individuals and organizations to whom we are truly indebted. Attachments: