Proposed Project #1 - (4) Soya Machines for Orphanage

India, in its developing stage, has the largest population of street children in the world. Around 25 million street children live here, which is the combined population of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.

 

In the UNICEF state of the world children report, the following facts came forward: 47% street children under the age of 3 are malnourished and around 2.2 million street

children die before the age of 5.  40,000 street children live here, which is the combined population of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Philadelphia.

 

In the UNICEF state of the world children report, the following facts came forward: 47% street children under the age of 3 are malnourished and around 2.2 million street children die before the age of 5.  40,000 street children die every day in the world, 30% being Indians. In an era of development, the lives of these children are bleak and misty.

Soya milk and related food products are becoming popular throughout the world due to their nutritional values and medicinal qualities. Soya milk is high in protein, low in fat and carbohydrate and contains no cholesterol. It is an excellent food for babies, children, elderly people and pregnant and lactating women since it contains vegetable protein, which is very nutritious and easy to digest. Besides possessing high nutritional values, Soya milk is best for people suffering from diabetes and lactose-intolerance. 

 

Physical Need: Capital for Soya Milk processing equipment, refrigeration equipment, materials, serving cups, and packaging for distribution.

 

Physical Impact: Nutrition for homeless children.

 

Investment Breakout:  $13,000 for Capital equipment and materials

                                    X (4) Soya Milk Stations = $52,000

            

                        $55 per child (covers materials and overhead) monthly

                           X 500 children per month X 12 months = $330,000

 

2012 Total Investment: $382,000