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Lotus Ministry Trust: Bangladesh Non-Profit Food Relief Initiative Announced

Lotus Ministry Trust, an emerging nonprofit organization based in Bangladesh, announces its annual food relief initiative for local communities in need.

Following the recent announcement, Lotus Ministry Trust will be offering more nutritious, plant-based meals to a wider range of underserved communities in the Northern region.

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Founded in 2021, the organization began as a food relief project in Northern Bangladesh. Through its fundraising efforts and a recent surge in global support, Lotus Ministry Trust now has the necessary resources to provide food relief on a more consistent basis.

According to a 2024 IPC report, about 14.6 million people in Bangladesh experienced high levels of acute food insecurity between February and March 2024, including over 300,000 people in IPC Phase 4 (Emergency). As such, Lotus Ministry Trust prioritizes impoverished districts often overlooked by mainstream charities, such as Kurigram and Gaibandha.

Lotus Ministry Trust centers vegetarian meals in its food relief initiatives, taking into account cultural alignment and regional food preferences. The focus on plant-based meals like Kichri are also a practical choice, allowing for higher levels of nutrition and the ability to serve a larger number of people at a lower cost.

Understanding how dependent local communities in Bangladesh are on farming and agriculture, particularly the poorer villages in the Northern region, the nonprofit organization ensures the ingredients used in its food relief initiatives are locally sourced, fresh, and sustainable. With this system, the organization's food relief initiatives have a more positive impact on the economy and environment.

Lotus Ministry Trust provides additional information on its support of the region's agriculture in the following article:

About Lotus Ministry Trust

Since its establishment three years ago, Lotus Ministry Trust has served thousands of Bangladeshis in need, providing food, clothing, blankets, educational resources, and more. With its team of dedicated workers and volunteers, the nonprofit organization hopes to mitigate the effects of poverty and food insecurity in the country.

“The core of our work lies in the continuous passion and dedication we bring to the range of projects we take part in. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others,” said a spokesperson for Lotus Ministry Trust.

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Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Dunan
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Organization: Lotus Ministry Trust
Address: 2269 Chestnut St 105, San Francisco, California 94123, United States
Phone: +1-415-579-7780

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 89130408

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