Bharat Chauhan New Delhi ,The Nestlé Healthy Kids programme contributes towards overall development of beneficiaries as well as encourages healthier lifestyle in the communities and schools, by arming them with knowledge that impacts them in a meaningful way. The program will positively impact the lives of 15000 beneficiaries across the state of Gujarat.
Prof. Himanshu A. Pandya, Hon. Vice Chancellor, Gujarat University said, “We are glad to be collaborating with Nestlé India for helping shape better lives through nutrition education and awareness. We will work towards creating awareness amongst teachers and adolescents to adopt a healthy lifestyle.’’
Mr. Sanjay Khajuria, Director – Corporate Affairs, Nestlé India commented, “Our purpose is enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future. The Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme demonstrates our commitment to this purpose. Our Healthy Kids Programme started over a decade back and we have continued to scale it with our University partners and NGO partners year after year. We hope to continue impacting many more lives positively by encouraging healthier and active lifestyle through this initiative.’’
Adding to this, Mr. Jayant Rastogi, Global CEO, Magic Bus Foundation said, “We at Magic Bus are inspired by Nestlé India’s commitment towards healthier lifestyle. We are proud to be associated with the Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme and hope to make a significant difference to young lives by positively impacting them”.
The Nestlé Healthy Kids Programme has reached out to 300,000 beneficiaries across 23 States/ Union Territories over the last 10 years, educating them on nutrition, health, wellness and active living.