Despite the good economic performance, with over 200 million people who are food insecure, India is home to the largest number of hungry people in the world. India ranks 136th out of 186 countries in the 2013 UNDP Human Development Index and 94th out of 119 countries in the Global Hunger Index. While per capital income in India has more than tripled in the last two decades, the minimum dietary intake reduced during the same period. Levels of inequality and social exclusion are very high. The bottom 10 percent of the population account for only 3.6 percent of the total consumption expenditure and the top 10 percent accounts for 31 percent; the gap between the rich and the poor has increased during the high economic growth phase.
Despite the on-sight hungers, plenty hungers are in off-sight from the world. The world sees merely to care those who are on top of the world. We praise God that our Christ has given the privilege to care those who are at the bottom of the world.
Specially, In India, there are so many villages. The population of the village is higher than a township. In the village, Yet abundant people are not able to make their one time food too. We may expect that hilly region and remote area’s people can make grains, legumes, and so. But, the so many remote areas and hilly region areas where the land is too sterile to produce anything.
Based on this, we are providing food to those who are living in remote villages and hilly regions who can’t make one time food too. We are providing food to those who are coming to worship Christ at church from remote villages. Through this plan, we can gather many people to worship Lord Christ from remote villages and hilly regions.