According to research, the capital has more than 15,000 homeless people, 10% of whom are women and children.
The majority of these people have difficulty preparing their food and in some cases go to health centers and social service centers to satisfy their hunger.
Until 1996, 18 help centers with a capacity of more than 2,500 homeless were established in Tehran, which do not provide these people with most suitable and quality food.
On the other hand, according to the statistics of 1394, Tehran Municipality Waste Management Organization, the amount of wet and drying waste in this city is more than 11,000 tons per day.
Only 0.1 of this amount of food is cooked and of that only 0.1 is intact and healthy, 77,000 usable foods are thrown away daily.
Now, assuming that each ordinary food press is 300 grams, we can say: at least 250,000 healthy food presses enter the city food daily in Tehran.
If there is a mechanism that this food can be used by people in need, such as homeless, marginalized people, etc. to prevent the waste of national capital, hunger in the Iranian capital can be reduced to zero.