2008 給食が毎日になりました!

給食が毎日になりました! 

 

Lunch

 

全体的に子供たちは栄養失調ぎみです。家庭では一日一回食事が食べられるかどうかもわからない子供たち。家の食事の調査をしたら、野菜を毎日の食事で取っているのは一部の生徒だけで、ほとんどの生徒はお米やチャパティ(小麦粉を水で練って焼いたもの)の主食だけで、たまに野菜のカレーを食べています。食材が手に入らない日は食べない日もあるそうです。畑の手伝いをしている親が多く、田植えや刈り入れを手伝ったときに、現物支給でお米や麦をもらうので、それらは家にある家庭がほとんどです。天候不良などで不作になった年は想像を絶します。

 

Many students lack nutrition. Some students can take a meal a day or sometimes take nothing. In my research, a part of students eat vegetables everyday, almost of all students eat only rice or chapati (made of wheat), sometimes eat vegetables. When they couldn't have something eat, they fast. Most of their parents work in another person's land as a farmer, when they worked to cut rice plant or wheat plant in their season, they are given some rice or wheat's seeds instead of salary. So, they have some grains in stock. But, those grains lust not so long. When it is bad weather, I can not imagine how their situation is.

 

 

 

スーリヤ・バハルティ・スクールでは、そんな栄養失調ぎみの子供たちのために、豆類や野菜などを使い、栄養状態改善に心がけています。去年から給食の回数を徐々に増やし、2008年11月からは給食を毎日出しています。給食が増えたことで、免疫力が高まり、風邪などひきにくくなり、皮膚病もずいぶん少なくなり、肌のつやがよくなっています。大変大きな影響が出ています。

 

Surya Bharti School provides lunch meals with beans and vegetables for students, so that it improve their nutritious situation. In last year, we increased times giving lunch gradually, and from November 2008, we are giving lunch meal everyday. After increasing lunch times, students number having cold had been decreased, their skin diseases were improved, and their skin are becoming shine. It effects very well!

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Giving a chance of Education

to cihldren in India
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C/O Hotel Mahamaya, Near Mahabodhi Temple, Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar 824231, India

Giving chance 
of education
to children in India

There was no school in a village. A few children went to a school by walking long way. Hundreds or more children were playing and working. Of course they could not read and write. They are very poor  and their family can only afford to eat.

We established a school (without tuition fee) in the village.