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Get Food Kit from from the NGOs in Saudi Arabia

NGOs and charitable organizations have been instrumental in providing cooked food to thousands of the poor and needy during this nationwide lockdown.


The government has directed the FCI to provide wheat and rice to such organizations at open market sales scheme (OMSS) rates without going through the e-auction process to ensure uninterrupted supply of food grains to this organization.

So far, only State Governments and registered bulk users such as Roller Flower Mills have been allowed to purchase stock from FCI at OMSS rates.
These organizations can purchase 1 to 10 metric tons at a time from the FCI for a pre-determined reserve price.
The FCI has a network of over 2000 godowns in the country, and such a large godown network will ensure the smooth distribution of foodgrains to these organizations in times of crisis. This will help the relief camps in the philanthropic efforts to feed the country’s poor and migrant workers.
Such institutions will inform the concerned DMs of the details of foodgrain raising and ensure that the foodgrains are used for the intended purpose. The FCI, which maintains rapid transit of food stocks across the country, has moved 2.2 million tonnes from surplus states since its inception. Under the PMGKI scheme, over one million tonnes of food grains have already been handed over to the state and state governments for the supply of over half a million people.
The FCI, which maintains rapid transit of food stocks across the country, has moved 2.2 million tonnes from surplus states since its inception. Under the PMGKI scheme, over one million tonnes of food grains have already been handed over to the state and state governments for the supply of over half a million people. The FCI, which maintains rapid transit of food stocks across the country, has moved 2.2 million tonnes from surplus states since its inception. Under the PMGKI scheme, over one million tonnes of food grains have already been handed over to the state and state governments for the supply of over half a million people.

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