Quaker film highlights plight of underprivileged

12 Dec,2018

By A Correpondent


As part of the Quaker Feed a Child initiative that aims to create awareness for the issue of hunger amongst children, Quaker India has released a digital film ‘The Last Meal’. Produced in association with Culture Machine, the video takes an authentic social experiment route to bring forth the dichotomy of the world we live in, where the privileged masses take access to food for granted, versus the underprivileged who struggle for each meal.


Speaking about the initiative, Nobel Dhingra, Brand head – Quaker, PepsiCo India, said: “It is disturbing that less than one-third of children in India receive adequate nutrition. Quaker Feed a Child is a social initiative based on a powerful thought that urges us all to make every festival or occasion more meaningful by simply pledging a fistful of nutrition to feed a child. With the new year approaching, we hope that people will choose to share their festive cheer by taking a pledge to feed a child.”


Added Sharique Khan, Vice President- Brand Solutions, Culture Machine: “One of the most unfortunate facts today is that most children in our country do not have access to timely meals to satiate their hunger; which is the most basic necessity to any life form. It is our duty and responsibility, as humans and own beings , to create an awareness and also to do whatever we can in our small way to end this, one child at a time. Culture Machine in association with Quaker, urges its viewers to take a pledge and do their bit for this humane cause.”



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