*UNICEF report

The Need 

  • Malnutrition is more common in India (~43%) than in Sub-Saharan Africa (~26%)*. ​

  • Anemia (low levels of haemoglobin) affects 74% children in India under 3 years, more than 90% of adolescent girls and around 50% of women*. 

Multiple studies over the years have shown that malnourished children are less likely to perform well in school and are more likely to grow into malnourished adults.

Our Vision

India without Malnutrition 

India faces a grave malnutrition crisis that needs urgent attention.

Our Approach  

The Breakfast Revolution (TBR) fights malnutrition by supplementing children's daily diet with fortified foods (to cover deficits in micro and macro nutrients), coupled with deworming and regular health assessments.

Our Impact 

Meals Served^ 

Beneficiaries Covered^

Centers Covered^

Health Improvement 


What Beneficiaries & Partners are Saying 

My Example

1 in 3 MALNOURISHED children in the world lives in India.

1 in 2 children in India is UNDERWEIGHT.

Malnutrition COSTS LIVES:
More than 50% of all childhood deaths in India are attributed to malnutrition*.

  • A malnourished individual suffers a 10% loss of productivity through his lifetime as compared to his peers, harming overall economic and social growth.




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India without Malnutrition