We give a helping hand for RATION DISTRIBUTION


Millions of people in India have had their lives ruined as a result of the COVID outbreak. Many individuals have lost their jobs, and the locks on the gates of schools and universities have had an impact on the entire country's education system. Among all of this, the most serious fear is that if migrant workers, laborer, street vendors, hawkers, and other small-scale employees lose their employment, how will they feed their families? Why is it critical to supply dry ration packages in this situation? Thousands of daily wages laborers and migrant workers suffered greatly as a result of the second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic. migrant laborers were forced to return to their villages and homes in the previous year. Despite the considerable hurdles posed by the COVID-19 second wave in 2021, the majority of them chose to stay and continue working. Raah-e-Najaat Foundation has taken the admirable step of donating dry ration packs to thousands of impoverished households.

Raah-e-Najaat Foundation has launched the Free of Cost Meal Program to alleviate the suffering of underfed and underprivileged people due to hunger. Hunger has become a core source of hardship in the lives of economically disadvantaged individuals and families since the lockdown. People are unable to make rationing arrangements, leaving their families in a precarious situation. At the Raah-e-Najaat Foundation, we are inviting the fortunate to give dry ration packs through the Raah-e-Najaat gateway and help us achieve our goal of zero hunger.

The Relief Campaign of Raah-e-Najaat Foundation

Raah-e-Najaat Foundation has given wings to the largest meal programme in Hyderabad, Telangana, and other rural places, with the goal of eradicating hunger and feeding the least fortunate from disadvantaged populations. As the second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic wreaks devastation across India, children from the poorest neighborhoods and environments are struggling to survive. Most daily wage earners, including hawkers, vegetable vendors, and labourers, have failed to serve their family members because they have become unemployed and do not have enough money to provide a daily meal. Thus, as Raah-e-Najaat, we believed it was our mission to provide free Ration Kits to these underprivileged individuals from various sectors, and thus the Free of Cost Meal Program was developed.

The Raah-e-Najaat Foundation fights for various nutrition programmes, as well as feeding for the elderly, children with disabilities, and low-income households. It collaborates with policymakers to develop recommendations and advocate for legislation to ensure that all children are well-nourished. Raah-e-Free Najaat's Meal Program takes nutrition, growth, and feeding procedures into account, resulting in greater health and a higher quality of life for children. Raah-e-Najaat volunteers have been actively involved in food distribution and supplemental feeding for the vulnerable.

What we are doing to make a difference

Raah-e-Najaat is a professionally managed, forward-thinking catalyst organization that plans and implements unique, creative, and self-sustaining development projects that are reproducible and have a social effect. We integrate our goal with SDG goals "1. No Poverty", "2. Zero Hunger", "3. Good Health and Well-Being, including Sustainable Livelihoods" through our unique social impact solutions in focus areas. The Raah-e-Najaat Foundation has already impacted the lives of over 20,000 people across geographies through agriculture, dairy, non-farm sector, education, child nutrition, and women empowerment, among others. Our supporters and partners have been pillars of strength along this journey, with our beneficiaries and the impact we have had on their lives serving as our primary motivators.

Our Focus Areas




Disaster Management

Raah-e-Najaat supports sustainable agriculture in which inputs are localized, risks are reduced, productivity is raised, food security is assured, and therefore household net income is increased. The following are the main goals of our attention:

  • Make agricultural livelihood alternatives for women more sustainable.
  • Ensure food and nutrition security in the home and community.
  • Improve women's agricultural skills and competencies to support farm-based activities.
  • Improve women's managerial abilities in agriculture for improved biodiversity management

Food Management and Wastage Control System

Living conditions that exceed the bare minimum are only sustainable if consumption norms everywhere consider long-term sustainability. Nonetheless, many of us live above the world's ecological limits, as seen by our energy use habits. Perceived requirements are determined by social and cultural factors, and sustainable development necessitates the promotion of values that support consumption levels that are within the confines of the ecologically feasible and to which everybody may fairly strive.

Meeting basic requirements is contingent on reaching maximum growth potential, and sustainable development certainly necessitates economic growth in areas where such demands are unmet. It can be consistent with economic expansion elsewhere, as long as the substance of growth follows broad ideals of sustainability and non-exploitation of others. However, growth on its own is insufficient. High levels of economic activity and widespread poverty can coexist, putting the ecosystem at risk. As a result, societies must address human needs by boosting productive capacity while also providing equal opportunities for all.

Ensuring Sustainable Development For Livelihoods

Providing marginalised women with secure and sustainable livelihoods. Raah-e-Najaat's Livelihood mission assists women who work in smallholder agriculture, small enterprises, or as farm or non-farm labour. We assist women develop secure and resilient livelihoods and climb out of poverty permanently by implementing a variety of creative projects. Capability enhancement, asset creation, collectivization, inclusive value chain development, and participation of males and other prominent players are some of the primary tactics used in livelihood sector efforts.

Focus Areas

Women Smallholder Farmers Empowerment

Raah-e-Najaat's SHE feeds the world framework aims to ensure the rights of women and youth small-scale farmers and their families to food security and nutrition. It is founded on our 15 years of experience (14 years prior to registration) in promoting an integrative approach to food and nutrition security that not only promotes access to critical inputs such as water, land, seeds, and finance, as well as market access, but also includes an explicit focus on nutrition, safety nets, and social protection in times of crisis, and places women's empowerment at the heart of everything we do.

Development of Female Entrepreneurship

Using cutting-edge capabilities to positively influence underprivileged lives in urban and semi-urban settings by improving their financial and business literacy, life skills, employability, and entrepreneurial preparation. The Women Entrepreneurship Development programme of Raah-e-Najaat seeks to strengthen the capacity, competency, and occupational and entrepreneurial skillset of marginalised women in order to boost their readiness to establish their own companies. We create an enabling environment for technological and institutional innovation, as well as facilitate effective scaling up of interventions to achieve large scale impact, through partnerships and collaborations with various stakeholders such as the NGOs, research institutions, and corporate entities.

Access to Clean Energy Solutions for Women

Increasing the adoption of a sustainable lifestyle by transitioning to clean energy options through an incremental strategy to raising women's understanding of clean energy for home usage, as well as other financial and technical interventions. The Clean Energy Solutions programme of Raah-e-Najaat employs energy-based interventions to enhance the adoption of a sustainable lifestyle by transitioning to a clean energy choice. We accomplish this through an incremental approach to increasing women's awareness of clean energy for household use, facilitating the acquisition of improved cook stoves (ICS), financial and technical interventions, and persuading men and other stakeholders in the ICS ecosystem to support women's clean energy transition efforts.

How you can help us

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