‘No Food Wasted, No One Hungry’ Plan To Feed Needy In Bhubaneswar By BMC


Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) will assist the leftover food to needy people and no will stay hungry and no food will be wasted in the city.

According to the news report Bhubaneswar wastes quintals of quality food in its restaurants, social gathering, and events, and from the household, etc.  So the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) will distribute the waste food with the help of NGOs at around ten places in Bhubaneswar. The Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) will now collect the leftover food and then later will distribute it twice a day.

The report further informs that at the lunch hour the leftover food will be distributed at the private orphanages, shelter homes, old age homes, SUM hospital, Master Canteen bus stand, and KIMS Hospital among other places.

And later at night, the leftover food will be distributed at Bhubaneswar Railway Station, Baramunda Bus stand, Capital Hospital, SUM Hospital, orphanages, KIIMS Hospital, etc.

Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) informed that the Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) which fulfills the guidelines will get the responsibility of food distribution for two years in the future. For the distribution they will contact the hotels, marriage parties, event management companies, and hostels to collect the leftover food will contact the hotels, marriage parties, event management companies, and hostels. They will also maintain a register to record the food donors’ names, photos, and mobile numbers, etc.

The BMC will supervise the NGOs in distributing food and it is targeted to distribute food to 9,000 people in a month. Also, the quality of food will be checked at the time of collection and steps will also be taken for the storage.

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