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As we initiate this Humanitarian Project, our Teams currently on the ground in Guinea–Conakry and Ghana are focused on this Project which has an emphasis on facilitating and distributing hot cooked meals to impoverished areas in vulnerable countries which need it the most. This is genuinely lifesaving. Over 828 million people (about 10% of global population) will go to bed hungry. Food insecurity and malnutrition often plague these regions, leaving vulnerable populations, particularly children and the elderly, at risk of severe health issues and even death.


(1) Warm meals provide essential nutrients and calories that are crucial for survival and overall health. In both children and the elderly, access to warm, nutritious food can significantly enhance their ability to withstand health challenges.

(2) Distributing hot meals can reduce the prevalence of waterborne diseases. Many impoverished communities lack access to clean drinking water and proper sanitation facilities. Hot meals, when prepared safely, can offer a safer alternative to potentially contaminated water sources.

3) When families receive consistent meals, parents can better care for their children, attend work or school, and engage in income-generating activities.

(4) In emergency situations such as natural disasters or conflict, hot meal distribution becomes even more critical. It provides immediate relief and hope to those affected, preventing starvation-related deaths.


Our ‘Hot Kitchens’ initiative not only nourishes bodies but also nurtures hope. It represents a tangible lifeline for communities grappling with poverty and adversity, demonstrating how a simple act of compassion can be genuinely lifesaving.


Food insecurity is a complex issue influenced by many factors. There is never one reason why a community experiences food scarcity in the short run or for many decades long. A number of variables within the country, within specific geographic locations all together have a direct impact on the level of food insecurity.  Recently we have seen a sharp rise of food shortages in areas of  conflict and displacement. War, political instability, supply chain fractures all majorly disrupt  food production and distribution. 

Climate Change has accounted for extreme weather anomalies, heralding irregular rainfall patterns and natural disasters. Agriculture suffers a heavy negative impact, hampering growth and wiping out crop yields. Supply is reduced, demand is still there and this leads to price hikes. Many communities across our World lack the financial resources to access enough nutritious food. Unequal distribution of wealth and poverty limit access to basic food supply. Our World is far from equitable. Almost one tenth of our population will go to bed tonight without a meal. 

Economic factors, trade policies, market factors all create imbalances and can quickly create food shortages and negatively impact vulnerable countries and communities. Pandemics, disease and poor health care further limit access to food supplies among populations. 

Addressing and tackling this complex issue requires a multifaceted approach including immediate humanitarian relief, while policies that support economic development, green sustainable agriculture and greenhouse agriculture, creating new jobs, fostering new skillset,  better access to education and healthcare are implemented. It will take a collaborative effort of Governments, Agencies, Private corporations, local farmers & workers all working together with the same goal in mind - to eradicate food insecurity globally.

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