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- 1. Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world Nelson Mandela
- 2. India Shining... India is one of the fastest growing automobile markets in the world. India is the third largest economy in the world. 75.42% of Indias population has access to mobile phones. India has emerged as one of the world's top ten countries in industrial production.
- 3. However... 81.5 Lakh children are out of school in India. Out of this 94% have never seen a school 25% drop out half way. 12.6 million Children in India are forced to work in order to survive. 1 out of 6 girls do not live to see her 15th birthday. 43% of children (under 5 years) in the country are underweight.
- 4. And... DOUBLE-CLICK TO ENTER CAPTION India is still home for the world's largest population of underprivileged, hungry and illiterate children
- 5. To address child hunger and promote education, ISKCON Bangalore started Akshaya Patra to bring children back to school
- 6. Akshaya Patra exists to ensure that no child in India is deprived of EDUCATION because of HUNGER.
- 7. A brief history ... Akshaya Patra started its school lunch program as an incentive for underprivileged children to attend classes A pilot project was initiated in the year 2000 by feeding 1500 children in 5 schools of Bangalore We soon scaled up and replicated the program to other parts of the country Joined hands with the Central and State Governments to implement the Mid Day Meal Program Currently the Foundation feeds 1.3 million children across 9 states and 19 locations of INDIA everyday
- 8. Objectives of the Mid-day meal program : avoid classroom hunger increase school enrollment increase school attendance improve socialization among castes address malnutrition empower women through employment
- 9. A Successful Public Private Partnership This program is conducted in partnership with the various State/Central Government. Corporate Houses and Individual enthusiasts also extend their generous contribution to support the foundation in feeding underprivileged children.
- 10. Support from State Governments The Central Government and the respective State Governments support The Akshaya Patra Foundation by providing cash and grain subsidies to successfully run the mid day meal program. * The contribution was 52% for the year 2010-2011
- 11. Our Corporate Partners
- 12. Our Feeding Programs Feeding Expecting/Lactating women Feeding Runaway Children Mid-day Meal Program Feeding in Special Schools Subsidized lunch for economically backward Feeding in Oldage Homes
- 13. Other Social initiatives After class tutorials Life Skills program Disaster Relief Community Health Camps Health Check Up Camps Scholarship Programs
- 14. Our Governance
- 15. Our Governance Philosophy Our Governance practices are self driven and rests on four basic tenets: Board accountability to the Foundation and stakeholders Equitable treatment to all stakeholders Strategic guidance and effective monitoring Transparency and timely disclosure
- 16. Our Board Of Trustees Madhu Pandit Dasa Chairman Chanchalapathi Dasa Vice Chairman C.C. Dasa T .V. Mohandas Pai Program Director Chairman, Manipal Universal Learning Abhay Jain V. Balakrishnan Ramdas Kamath Raj Kondur Board Member, Manipal Group Board Member& CFO, Infosys Limited Senior Vice President, Infosys Limited Director, Ascent Capital
- 17. Our Board Of Advisors Rajendra Babu Rajendra J Hinduja Ravindra Chamaria Former Chief Justice of India Managing Director, Gokuldas Exports Ltd. Chairman Infinity Infotech Parks Ltd. Dr. Devi Shetty, Suhel Seth Cardiologist, Narayana Hrudayalaya Managing Director, Counselage Sangita Jindal Chairperson Foundation.n Ramesh Ramanathan Founder, Janaagraha JSW
- 18. Financial Highlights Sources of Income Program efficiency 6821 55% 12% 5469 44% Grants and subsidies Donations Other income 195 (1%) 94% Mid day meal program Other program 6% Program Cost Administration cost Program wise expenditure Mid day meal program 88% Other Program Our accounting standards are in compliance with FCRA & Auditor since inception :
- 19. Awards and Recognitions Marico Innovation Foundation award ICAI- Gold Shield Award For Excellence in Financial Reporting Social Enterprise of the year 2008 Rajyotsava Award Gaurav Puraskar Social Change Leadership Award Outstanding Annual Reports Felicitated by Karnataka Rotary Association Case study for Harvard Business School Bhilai Mitra Puruskar Award Recognized by World Economic Forum Microsoft Tech Museum Award. Recognized as world's largest school meal program Recognized as world's largest kitchen
- 20. Our Operations
- 21. Our reach The cornerstone of Akshaya Patra's success is our scalable and replicable kitchens designed to meet the local palate and needs with an ingrained commitment to quality. Our kitchens operate in 9 States and 19 locations across INDIA. Rajasthan 157,264 Uttar Pradesh 167,080 Gujarat 263,397 Chhattisgarh 30,318 Orissa 76,866 Andhra Pradesh 42,742 Karnataka 544,155 Tamil Nadu 750 Assam 47,571
- 22. Centralized Kitchens A centralized model is one where all the cooking activities of a particular location are concentrated within one large kitchen. Minimum human intervention Each centralized kitchen has the capacity to cook between 50 000 to 150 000 meals daily Meals are transported in custom built vehicles which can keep the food hot till it is served While rice and lentils are cooked in large steam heated cauldrons, rotis are rolled and puffed in customised roti making machines. 10 kitchens are ISO 22000: 2005 FSMS certified
- 23. Decentralized Kitchen Decentralized kitchens are set up in remote areas of the country where difficult terrain makes setting up of large infrastructures infeasible. Cooking take place in an area close to the school itself. Practice sustainable development by creating self help groups. Self help groups are formed to carry out cooking process Enhances socio - economic status by providing employment to local women.
- 24. Our Operational Model Nutritious and timely meal
- 25. Change that a meal can make I like coming to school now because i get to eat tasty meal which is different every day. "I am now getting one full meal a day. My desire is to become a teacher, imparting know
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Interference Avoidance and Control Ramki Gummadi (MIT) Joint work with Rabin Patra (UCB) Hari Balakrishnan (MIT) Eric Brewer (UCB)