He was residing in #Homs with his parents when conflict between government and rebellion groups started. He belongs to a minority sect in #Syria. His family was caught in the middle of brutality from rival religious groups. He lost his parents, his younger brother and had his home turned to ashes. Escaping death miraculously, he ran for survival. He decided to cross the closest border of Lebanon, 30 miles away. Walking every inch of the journey on foot, with limited food & water, taking refuge in bus stations and damaged buildings, and surviving for three days, he finally reached the border – exhausted.
His 3 days journey was the toughest three day walk of his life. He was shot in the leg, physically tortured and was persecuted by rival group on the move.
On his arrival at Refugee Camp, he was taken to emergency for immediate medical assistance. He recovered in three weeks and relocated himself to a shelter closer to Syrian border. Tagged as #Refugee he welcomed his #OnTheMove journey with smile.
Unlike others he chose to #Help. He joined the local volunteers team and started adding his bit of share to help humanity. He is waiting positively for Happy & Good Mornings.
Every #Refugee has experienced journeys of agony yet his most painted experience is the meet up of Exceptional Courage with available resources. This courage keeps him #OnTheMove to survive, preserve and rebuild shattered lives.
REAL COST OF FEEDING (RCF) Conventional Food Aid – Providing Uncooked Food to Beneficiaries
Donors are providing UNCOOKED Food Parcels to beneficiaries and distribute them among beneficiaries in form of FOOD Parcels. Beneficiaries face a number of constraints in utilizing the Food Aid because their access to basic facilities is limited including clean water and fuel for cooking. Following flow shows the Real Cost of Feeding (RCF) and constraints of Conventional Food Aid.
Tayyib Food Aid Solution
Our TAYYIB MEALS solve all basic problems of Food Aid because our meals are packaged in safe, hygenic and resilient pouches with long shelf life at room temperature and need no refrigerations for storage. Our meals need no cooking fuels or facilities reducing ultimate cost of food provision. Our Halal meat and rice recipes are developed for local tastes and fortified with Halal nutrients to improve health. Our meals are 100% natural and have no preservatives. Tayyib pouches are specially designed for Food Aid Programs and help donors in reducing the Real Cost of Feeding.
Tayyib Foods is committed to helping kill Hidden Hunger through science, innovation, and quality.
Hidden Hunger is unlike the hunger that comes from a lack of food. It is a chronic lack of vitamins and minerals that often has no visible warning signs, so that people who suffer from it may not even be aware of it. Its consequences are nevertheless disastrous: Hidden Hunger can lead to mental impairment, poor health and productivity, or even death. One in three people in the world suffer from Hidden Hunger. Women and children from the lower income groups in developing Islamic countries are most exposed to Hidden Hunger.
Dubai, UAE: Poverty, hunger and lack of drinking of water represent the biggest problems faced by the world. “Increase in global population, conflicts, climate change and the economic problems are predominantly contributing to poverty and hunger problems,” says Adeel A. Khan CEO Tayyib Foods, Dubai UAE. “In today’s challenging times, the Humanitarian sector needs creative and cost effective solutions for its food aid programs. Tayyib Foods provides those solutions through our Ready to Eat meals that are highly nutritional, localized taste, shelf stable and easy to store and transport. ”
Recent activities across the globe prove that, food riots have erupted in countries all along the equator. “We Are Hungry” was the slogan of country wide protests in Haiti which led to forced resignation of the Prime Minister. Similarly more than 20 people were killed in Cameroon riots. Army of Egypt got strict orders from the President to bake bread; hoarding rice in Philippines can result life imprisonment and many similar stories are making headlines in news today.
“World agriculture has entered a new, unsustainable and politically risky period,” says Joachim von Braun, the head of International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in Washington, DC.
A large number of poor are selling their animals, tools and any available resources to feed their families. Mankind has many remarkable accomplishments including exploring space and inventing these high tech gadgets, yet the problem of poor dying from hunger remains the biggest problem in the world. World leaders and humanitarian communities should focus more on solving hunger issues.