Diviniti is a name under Mahakaal Maharaj Bikaner Seva Mandir Trust which is a registered NGO with 80G, 12 AA and Certification of Niti Aayog too. The trust is run by passionate team working towards Indian values of education as well as bringing a change in the society. Diviniti is running a best of class Preschool to make the Diviniti Old Age home and Diviniti orphanage run on a self sufficient model. The trust is working with individuals and communities for empowering needy to attain a better quality of life and sustained development. Diviniti believes that a social change starts with individual and people join in into the process. The trust is a thought process of an individual Gaurav Mittal Trustee of the trust. Slowly people joined in supported his vision. The trust aims a broader change with the next few years by focussing on following
The first and foremost aim is to open pre-primary schools focusing on education based on Vedic sciences as the education system has to be balanced in terms of technology as well as indian value system.
The society is witnessing a depletion in social fabric of relations and thus there is an unfortunate need of care centre for those less fortunate old people who have given their youth towards society. Similarly due to many reasons the girl child has always seen a disparity from the society.The feeling of being unwanted and not loved is something which is difficult to wipe our but we can give them a better life. Establishing Old age Home and Orphanage across India is aimed for this cause....
India, is witnessing a population growth of over 1.3 billion, in the past two decades. Gross Domestic Product has increased 4.5 times and per capita consumption has increased 3 times. Similarly, food grain production has increased almost 2 times, despite the phenomenal industrial and economic growth and while India produces sufficient food to feed its population, it is unable to provide access to food to a large number of people, especially women and children.
According to FAO estimates in ‘The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, 2018” report, 195.9 million people are undernourished in India. By this measure 14.8% of the population is undernourished in India. Also, 51.4% of women in reproductive age between 15 to 49 years are anaemic. Further according to the report 38.4% of the children aged under five in India are stunted (too short for their age), while 21% suffer from wasting, meaning their weight is too low for their height. Malnourished children have a higher risk of death from common childhood illnesses such as diarrhoea, pneumonia, and malaria. The Global Hunger Index 2017 ranks India at 100 out of 119 countries on the basis of three leading indicators -- prevalence of wasting and stunting in children under 5 years, under 5 child mortality rate, and the proportion of undernourished in the population.
Taking in account the above data we can conclude that, India is home to the largest undernourished population in the world and
14.9% of our population is undernourished.
195.9% of million people go hungry everyday.
21.0% of children under 5 are underweight.
38.4% of children under 5 years of age are stunted.
1 in 4 children malnourished.
India is doing better than before (but so is every other country on the planet)
The Diviniti Smile program intends to tackle this issue by providing free clean water and food items to needy in various parts in India.We need to provide the basic right of every citizen. Making needy self sustainable is the core agenda hence we look out opportunities to get them into jobs in our manufacturing plants and provide them dignity of life. We target to focus on areas where the poverty dominates society and help people to attain a better life by giving them basic necessity of food and help them to earn a livelihood.
Bajaj Bhavan, 3rd Floor, B-10,
Sector 3, Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Phone Number: 0120 404 5100 (India)