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Stop Human Trafficking & Illegal Organ Trade - #BodNotCom

Dr. Tabassum Khan, Chairman of StratGurus Group of Companies, along with Tanvi Shah will be promoting the cause to increase awareness of human trafficking and illegal organ harvesting with the objective of eradicating it.

The initial project of this collaboration is production of a music video which will be used as the opening track for a commercial film. Themed around incidents of human trafficking and illegal organ trade.

To find out more, please visit our website endfoodwastage.com and together we can find ways to overcome this systemic deprivation in an abundant world.

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End Food Wastage

Doing Our Share To Stop World Hunger

Stratgurus takes pride in its role as a catalyst for positive change, not just through our business activities but also by engaging the communities we live and work in. One major initiative that Stratgurus fully advocates is ending food wastage which can directly alleviate world hunger.

According to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), approximately 1/3 of the food produced are wasted which amounts to 1.3 billion tons worth of food. And yet, there are 805 million hungry people globally, 2 billion people suffering from micronutrient deficiencies and 26% of the world’s children are stunted due to malnutrition. Clearly there is an imbalance that needs to be addressed.

Through our dedicated website endfoodwastage.com, we aim to create greater awareness about the issue of food wastage and its implications on humanity, the environment and the global economy. We’d like to encourage discussions and generate realistic and practical solutions from a personal level all the way to the corporate ranks, and we are looking for individuals, groups and organisations to join our cause.

To find out more, please visit our website endfoodwastage.com and together we can find ways to overcome this systemic deprivation in an abundant world.

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