Meal Match: Bridging the Gap between Food Waste and Hunger
Nazifa Ahmedi, Dipesh Jain, Jash Agrawal, Dr. Harshali Patil
Hunger, Needy, Waste Food, NGO, Donation.
World hunger still happens to be one of the principal and fatal problems faced by millions of people every day and is rising every day. It will not be a surprise if we declare this a curable disease, but nobody cares. In the last year, almost 800 million people faced this problem. Nearly 21 million tons of food is wasted in India every year. That means 265 kilograms of food for each hungry individual could have been used to feed them. This problem can be dealt with proficiency if we channel our food waste and excess food precisely to these people. In this paper, we will address and try to build an approach to work upon the reasons, consequences, and solutions feasible for this aroused problem. We will look at the current operations executed to solve this problem and how we can help find a solution. In this paper, we will present our solution for this problem and how we can use the web application as a helping hand to help needy people with food. We have focused on creating a system that will help channel the waste food in social gatherings and better utilization of the leftover food to the needy through a website and an NGO. We have also focused on keeping proper track of all the resources and materials available by developing an inventory system for the same. All the different parts will work together to help us accurately run the system that helps manage food waste properly for the needy.
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Unique Paper ID: 158791

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

Page(s): 732 - 738
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