Chandigrh 16th October:- On the World Food Day, NGO Hamari Kaksha and Nirwana Greens conducted a very exciting event for the underprivileged kids to impart knowledge on how to keep their food hygienic and safe. The event included a special session on food hygiene and safety. The kids learnt the basic mandates of washing hands before meals, how to eat properly and eating only hygienic and safe food. The evening as all the more special to the attendees as it also included a special magic show, Tattoos for all the kids, Meet and Greet with RJ from a renowned Radio station and special meal boxes for the kids by Pulp Kitchen, Sector 20, Panchkula.
Jyoti, Co-ordinator Hamari Kaksha School Sector 7 Chandigarh said that Hamari Kaksha has always believed in Imparting right education and our NGO has been doing it since 2003. As underprivileged kids are prone to food hygiene related diseases, the event gave loads of insights on the same to the students. Magic Show, Tattoo making and meeting with RJ, made it all the more exciting for the kids.
Sumit Goyal, MD, Nirwana Greens, said that we truly feel thankful & blessed to have Hamari Kaksha ki Grand Party on World Food Day. We have always believed that if the kids are imparted right knowledge at a small age they will adapt it and can even teach their parents about food and hygiene. We are happy as the kids learned and enjoyed a lot at the same time.
Sahil Singhal, Partner, Pulp Kitchen, said that Pulp Kitchen aims to serve great food to everyone and we were happy to serve great food to all the kids present in Hamari Kaksha ki Grand Party.