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Seeds of knowledge

  1. 1. Seeds of knowledgefrom the crusts of bread
  2. 2. The worlds largest NGOrun School meal program
  3. 3. Our VisionNo child in India shall be deprivedof education because of hunger The worlds largest NGO run School meal program
  4. 4. Our Vision Every morning, millions of childrenNo child in India shall be deprivedof educationgo to a different school. in India because of hunger A school where they carry heavy bags which have no books.
  5. 5. India is home to 40% of world’smalnourished morning, millions of children Every children in India go to a different school.Millions of children are out ofschool ... they are where menialcarry heavy A school doing theyjobs, thus which have no books. bags missing out thebenefits of educationSource: IFPRI Report &www.worldbank.org.in
  6. 6. Education is thesingle mostpowerful factor totake an entirefamily out of thecycle of poverty !
  7. 7. Education is thesingle mostpowerful factor totake an entirefamily out of thecycle of poverty !
  8. 8. For a hungry child, plates of rice andchapati are more inviting thanchapters from geography & geometry !A child hungry for food will never behungry for school. And, if we can’t meettheir hunger for bread, they will neverbe hungry for books !
  9. 9. …and that’s where The Akshaya Patra Foundation comes in We feed everyday about 1.3 millionFor a hungry child, plates of rice and underprivileged children in morechapati are more inviting than than 8,260 schools in 18 locations,chapters from geography & geometry ! across 8 states in India.A child hungry for food will never behungry for school. And, if we can’t meettheir hunger for bread, they will neverbe hungry for books !
  10. 10. Three item menu in South India Rice Sambar with vegetables Curds
  11. 11. Three item menu in North India Chapattis Dal or Sabji Vegetable Rice or Halva
  12. 12. Three item menu in North India Kitchen Equipment Chapattis Dal or Sabji Vegetable Rice or Halva Kitchen Infrastructure to cook for 150,000 children
  13. 13. Kitchen Equipment Rice is cooked for 1000 students in 15 minutes
  14. 14. Kitchen EquipmentHygienic handling of cooked rice
  15. 15. Kitchen EquipmentChapatti making machine – prepares 40,000 chapattis per hour
  16. 16. Kitchen EquipmentPrepares sambar or dal for 6000 students in 2 hours
  17. 17. Kitchen EquipmentCut Vegetables are stored overnight in the ColdStorage
  18. 18. Nutritional Profile of the mealWe are working with Dept of FoodSciences, University of Illinois,Urbana-Champaign, IL to ensurethe calorie, protein, lipids &micronutrients
  19. 19. Akshaya Patra Kitchens in different states are : STATE LOCATION Karnataka North Bangalore , South Bangalore Hubli-Dharwad, Bellary, Mysore, Mangalore Rajasthan Jaipur, Nathdwara, BaranNutritional Profile of the Ahmedabad/Gandhinagar, Baroda Gujarat mealWe are working with Dept of Food Orissa Bhapur/Nayagarh District, PuriSciences, University of Illinois, Uttar PradeshUrbana-Champaign, IL to ensureVrindavan/Mathura Districtthe calorie, protein, lipids &Hyderabad, Vishakapatnam Andhra Pradeshmicronutrients Chhattisgarh Bhilai Assam Guwahati
  20. 20. Certified ISO 22000:2005 Akshaya Patrakitchens are : » North Bangalore » South Bangalore » Hubli-Dharwad » Bellary » Vrindavan » Jaipur » Ahmedabad » Bhilai
  21. 21. As a matter of fact Akshaya Patrakitchens are more hygienic thanyou will find in 5 star hotels.
  22. 22. The power of Akshaya patra Meal
  23. 23. It’s proven that Akshaya Patrameals improve school enrollmentand attendance rates The power of Akshaya patra Meal
  24. 24. Akshaya Patra meals help to protect It’s proven that Akshaya Patrachildrenimprove school enrollment meals from "Classroom hunger" -a and attendance rates education. mortal enemy of school
  25. 25. Akshaya Patra meals help to Akshaya Patra meals help to protectundermine caste prejudices, by children from "Classroom hunger" -teaching children to sit togetherand share a common meal. education. a mortal enemy of school
  26. 26. Study by Akshaya Patra meals help to Akshaya Patra meals help to protect undermine caste prejudices, by children from "Classroom hunger" - teaching children to sit together and share a common meal. education. a mortal enemy of school  School Enrolment  School Attendance  Drop Out Rate  Classroom Performance  Nutritional status of the student Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU business
  27. 27. BANGALORE Up by 23% nt e 1 m ol ass nr c l E n i Before After Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU businessStudy by
  28. 28. BANGALORE 18% Dr op Ou t 8% Before After Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU businessStudy by
  29. 29. HUBLI Up by 31% nt e m s5 ol as nr c l E n i Before After Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU businessStudy by
  30. 30. HUBLI Malnutrition 25% Nutrition 75% Normal Dist Ave. 60% Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU businessStudy by
  31. 31. JAIPUR Up by 28% nt e 1 m ol ass nr cl E n i 2006 2008 Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU businessStudy by
  32. 32. VRINDAVAN % Underweight Children 38% Underweight population DOWN 26% 2006 2008 Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU businessStudy by
  33. 33. JAIPUR 18% of the children said, “They would not have attended school if there were no meals.” Source: ORG Centre for Social Research A division of AC Nielsen ORG MARG Pvt. Ltd. Confidential & Proprietary ● Copyright © 2006 ACNielsen ● a VNU businessStudy by
  34. 34. Awards & Accolades
  35. 35. Former President shares mealAwards & Accoladeswith Akshaya Patra Children“This is a veryimportant andgreat mission…”
  36. 36. Government of RajasthanIndependence Day Award 2006
  37. 37. ConfersSocial Enterprise of theYear 2008 to Akshaya PatraFoundation
  38. 38. President Barack Obama’sletter to Akshaya Patra“… to scale up in just a fewyears from feeding 1500school children to almost amillion is a powerfuldemonstration of what’spossible when people worktogether.”
  39. 39. Microsoft Education AwardFor use oftechnology inthe social sector
  40. 40. Gold Shield AwardFor Excellencein FinancialReporting Inthe NGO sector
  41. 41. A Case Study onAkshaya Patra Program byHarvard Business School
  42. 42. A Case Study onAkshaya Patra Program byHarvard Business School World Economic Forum invites Akshaya Patra to share it’s experiences for THE PROJECT HUNGER in Africa
  43. 43. Public-Private PartnershipAkshaya Patra program is conducted in partnership withthe various State Governments and Central Government.All of these governments provide a subsidy to supportthe running cost of the program. The CentralGovernment Support is routed through the respectiveState Governments.
  44. 44. The summary of subsidies in different states,as on Public-Private Partnership June 2010, are listed : Akshaya Patra program is conducted in partnership withGovt of Karnataka Govt of Uttar Pradesh Govt of Rajasthanclass the various State Governments and Central Government. 5 Rs.2.69 1 to 7 Rs.2.50 class 1 to 5 Rs.2.68 class 1 toclass 8 to 10 Rs.3.75 class 6 to 8 Rs.4.03 class 6 to 8 Rs.4.03 All of these governments provide a subsidy to support the running cost of the program. The Central Govt of Orissa Govt of Andhra Pradesh Govt of Gujarat classGovernment Support is routedRs.3.54 the respective 5 Rs.3.33 1 to 5 Rs.3.33 class 1 to 5 through class 1 to classState 8 Rs.4.92 6 to Governments. class 6 to 10 Rs.3.96 class 6 to 8 Rs.3.75 Govt of Assam Govt of Chhattisgarh class 1 to 4 Rs.2.50 class 1 to 5 Rs.3.30 class 5 to 8 Rs.3.75 class 6 to 8 Rs.4.00
  45. 45. GRAND COALITION 100 gms of rice or wheat per child for students in class 1 to 7 + 35AC + Excise duty exemptionGovernment of India
  46. 46. GRAND COALITION Sponsoring all city corporation schools Rs.4.50 for class 1 to 12Bangalore MahanagaraPalike
  47. 47. Our Partners The Prashant H. Fadia Foundation
  48. 48. Akshaya Patrais now feeding12,92,171underprivilegedstudents everyday
  49. 49. Our goal is to feed50,00,000underprivileged studentseveryday by 2020
  50. 50. Trustees - India, The Akshaya Patra FoundationMadhu Pandit Dasa V. BalakrishnanChairman CFO, Infosys Technologies Ltd.Chanchalapathi DasaVice Chairman Abhay Jain Board Member,C. C. Das Head-Group Corporate AffairsProgramme Director Manipal Education & Medical GroupT V Mohandas Pai Raj KondurDirector & Board Member, Chairman & CEO,Infosys Technologies Ltd. Nirvana Business SolutionsRamdas KamathSr. Vice President, Admin,Commercial Facilities,Infrastructure and Security,Infosys Technologies Ltd.
  51. 51. Board of Advisors - India, The Akshaya Patra FoundationJustice S. Rajendra Babu Ravindra ChamariaFormer Chief Justice of India Chairman & Managing Director,Chairperson, National Human Infinity Infotech Parks Ltd.Rights Commission Ramesh RamanathanChair Professor, National Law Campaign Coordinator,School of India University Janaagraha CommunicationsSangita Jindal B SwarupChairperson, JSW Foundation Former Member, SettlementDr. Devi Shetty Commission, New DelhiCardiologist, Rajendra J HindujaNarayana Hrudayalaya Managing Director, Gokaldas Exports Ltd.
  52. 52. Trustees & Regional Advisory Council - UKThe Akshaya Patra FoundationTrustees Regional Advisory CouncilC. C. Das Rajesh Goenka(Chandrasekharan V V) Chairman & CEO, Axiom Group Nirmal BanthiaHarin Thaker Managing Director, Memo GroupCEO, Yogesh MehtaRE Finance International Group Managing Director, TEAM GroupDeutsche Pfandbriefbank AG Prashant JhawarRavindra Chamaria Vice Chairman, Usha Martin Ltd.Chairman & Managing Director Lord Dolar PopatInfinity Infotech Parks Ltd. Chief Executive, Founder of TLC groupAbhishek Khaitan Brijesh BakhdaPartner, Bower Cotton Khaitan Managing Director, Imagine Enterprises Nitin Singhal Partner, Fresco Global
  53. 53. Board of Director & Advisors - USAThe Akshaya Patra FoundationBoard of Directors Board of AdvisorsDesh Deshpande Deepak ChopraChairman, TAPF USA Founder,Chairman, Sparta Group LLC, Chopra Center for WellbeingA123 Systems and Tejas NetworksMassachusetts, USA N. R. Narayana MurthyMadhu Pandit Dasa Founder,Chairman, TAPF Karnataka, India Chairman of Infosys TechnologiesC. C. Das Nitin NohriaDirector, TAPF Karnataka, India Dean, Harvard Business SchoolPrabhakar Kalavacherla "PK" Fareed ZakariaMember, IASB, California, USA Author, journalist and host,Naveen Khurana CNNs GPSFounder & ChairmanMultiple Real Estate AcquisitionCompanies, Florida, USA

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