Ek Mutthi Anaaj Scheme : Overview & Benefits

Ek Mutthi Anaaj Scheme

About Ek Mutthi Anaaj Scheme

Ek Mutthi Anaaj Scheme

The purpose of this program is to provide additional resources in addition to the resources available under the Sampoorna Grameen Rozgar Yojana (SGRY) in the most backward districts of the country, in order to provide additional resources to the need based economic-social and community Empower the work of providing supplementary wage employment and food security through the creation of assets. Or could be.

This program is centrally sponsored. This program is now implemented in the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (External website that opens in a new window), which is about 150 NFFWP has been implemented in 200 identified districts of the country, including districts. This act guarantees 100 days of work to every rural household whose members wish to make unskilled manual labor.

Reason Behind The Launch Of Ek Mutthi Anaaj Scheme

There is no shortage of food production in India. But, after all this the nation has the high percentage of Hungry people. If every person living a good life think about these people then we can easily get rid of this problem very soon.

If people just realize and start calculating how much the God give them and how much they need actually, and rest of it they give to these people. Then, one day India will free from this serious issue. To keep this point in mind the Govt. started the “Ek Mutthi Scheme” in various states and parts on the nation.

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Benefits Of Ek Mutthi Anaaj Scheme

  • The poverty line declines as per this scheme,
  • People gets food 3 times a day,
  • No one sleep hungry with the help of this scheme,
  • People who don’t have work or any source of earning through which he can buy food can take advantage of free food under this scheme,
  • It reduces the risk of Health Problems because people get the food on time.

As per the World Bank’s report and data Indian holds the one third of the Total Poor People in the whole world, as per World Bank date it is said that there are more than 1 Billion or you can say One Hundred Crore Poor people living in the world who are below or above than Poverty line set by the World Bank on the basis of various data.

Many of the people in India are facing hard days to get even 1 time food properly to get rid of this problem Central and State Government both taking necessary actions and always starts various initiatives to overcome with this situation.

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