Get to know Charity Right
Charity Right is an international food aid organisation that works in neglected communities around the world, feeding forgotten and underserved individuals.
Our meals support schoolchildren and adults in refugee camps, slums, jungles, and remote villages across Asia, Africa, and Europe.
Currently we are operating in Malaysia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sudan, and Turkey.
Children from these areas don’t often have the opportunity to escape poverty, but by providing regular meals at school, they are more likely to stay in education, which means they have a chance at a prosperous future.
Why do we focus on
providing food to children?
Charity Right provides continuous food aid to these children to get them in school and keep them learning.
Certified by United Nations University ✅
Hunger: The World’s Biggest Solvable Problem
As studied by the World Health Organization (WHO), chronic hunger shows greater increase by each passing time since 2014. Asia is leading the number of undernourished (381 million), followed by Africa (250 million), Latin America and the Caribbean (48 million).
The progress in fighting hunger is stalling, while the COVID-19 pandemic escalates the vulnerabilities and the shortage of global food system.
Our world’s population estimated to be just over 7 billion. And there is enough food in the world to feed 10 billion.
Hunger is one of the world’s biggest problems today. However, it’s solvable.
We provide meals to school going children.
We deliver food packs to the same families every month.
We distribute food to communities affected by an emergency.
Breaking The Cycle With School Meals.
All our meals are carefully designed to provide maximum nutritional value. We’re fighting more than hunger; we’re fighting malnutrition too.
All our meals are carefully designed to provide maximum nutritional value. We’re fighting more than hunger; we’re fighting malnutrition too. We focus on providing food from three main food groups: carbohydrates, protein, and minerals – specifically calcium. Each meal we serve comes with one item from each group.
Menus are adapted to reflect different regions, food prices, and local traditions.