Hunger is a serious problem in Pakistan and the country ranks low in the yearly Global Hunger Index. The Prime Minister has also indicated his desire to address malnutrition, which leads to stunting in children. Due to hunger and malnutrition many children do not survive past the age of 5. A significant percentage of Pakistan’s population remains malnourished. With such high levels of undernourishment, it is natural for the agenda to be on the top of the list for policymakers. According to the World Food Programme, 43 percent of Pakistan’s population faces food insecurity. Of this number, 18 percent of people in Pakistan severely lack access to food. Many organizations are working in Pakistan to address hunger in the country—and by identifying the right partner(s) through a competitive process the government can address hunger and malnutrition in the country by setting up Langars. The locations of these langars will be decided by looking at health indicators, and areas with the highest malnutrition will be address first.