Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

SHARE EATS - A FOOD REDISTRIBUTIONPLATFORM BASED ON AZONE ALGORITHM


Dr.P.Ezhumalai, V.Sharmila, J.Sherine Glory, DharaneeshwarP, Arun B, Anandha Murthy B

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I2.545

Keywords: Food, Redistribution, Algorithm, zone.


Abstract

One-third of the world's food production,1.3 billion tons of food is wasted. The report statesthat as wealth increases, people are becoming less concerned about food. According to a report by theWorldFoodOrganization,20,000childrenareforced to go hungry every day worldwide, when infact the figureis much higher. According to a survey done by the world bank, 48countriess how a significant number of people running out of food or reducing their consumption. Another survey by the UN shows that, nearly 2.37billion people (or30%oftheglobal population) lacked access to adequate food in 2020–arise of 320millioninjustoneyear.Unequalfooddistributionisseenasaproblemresultingfromwealth imbalance and rapid population increase. In order to balance this abnormal situation, we are trying to buildaFood Redistribution Platform calledS HAREEATS.

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