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Be the change and Let us end Hunger

“Megha is very concerned about Child Hunger and the Importance of keeping Our Communities Healthy and Strong .She believes Good nutrition, particularly in the first three years of one’s life, is important for establishing a good foundation that has implications for future physical and mental health, academic achievement and economic productivity. Unfortunately, food insecurity is an obstacle that threatens that critical foundation. Megha has partnered with several organizations few to name (Store House of Collin County , Rise Against hunger , Mary’s Kitchen and several Food drive Programs ) to raise the awareness of helping homeless with food and there by getting involved to end hunger .

Moms and Babies

Why we should fight for Healthy families ? Premature birth (birth before 37 weeks of pregnancy) and its complications are the #1 cause of death of babies in the United States. Babies who survive premature birth often have long-term health problems, including cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, chronic lung disease, and blindness and hearing loss. In the United States, about 380,000 babies are born prematurely each year. The preterm birth rate (the percent of babies born before 37 weeks each year) is 9.8 percent in the United States. This means 1 in 10 babies is born too soon. The U.S. preterm birth rate is among the worst of high-resource nations.

Megha Andraju

Has partnered with March of Dimes to reduce premature birth in the United States and to give every baby a fair chance for a healthy full-term birth. Yet this fair chance is not reality for all babies.