Based on the proposals received from Director of CARE in India/CARE Administrator A.P, Hyderabad in the year 1971, the Government of A.P had issued orders vide G.O Ms.No.1419, Edn (I) Dept., dt.4.9.1971, sanctioning for Starting a Central Kitchen in Telangana Region to manufacture Ready-to-Eat (RTE) foods under Mid-day Meals Programme for primary school children during 1971-72.

  • CARE (Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe Inc), a non-profit cooperative, had an agreement with Government of India to distribute foods and other urgently needed commodities to the individuals and organisations, by taking gifts from abroad.
  • CARE had offered to construct the food factory and towards which Government also sanctioned Rs.10,00,000 as part of the State’s share of contribution for setting up of the factory in the Telangana region.
  • The objective of starting a Central kitchen at IDA, Nacharam to serve the Telangana districts of Hyderabad, Mahaboobnagar, Medak, Nalgonda was to promote compulsory primary education, by attracting children to the schools in large number

Based on the proposals received from the CARE Administrator, A.P, Hyderabad, the Government had issued orders for creation of ‘A.P Child Nutrition Council’ and also sanction of amounts towards the factory constructions vide G.O M.S.No 536, Edn (I) Dept., dt. 7.6.1973

Total capital cost of the factory was estimated to be Rs.91,16,993/- with the share of CARE @ Rs. 75,36,294/- and the share of State government was Rs.15,80,669/-. A recurring expenditure of Rs.16,49,000 pa was to be borne by State Government and CARE was to provide Rs.1,07,38,000/- worth commodities and CARE was asked to take up the construction work and also asked to hand-over the factory to Government after its completion

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