This Donation Drive will help migrated and marginalised communities affected from Coronavirus in India by providing them food, ration, community protection kit containing dettol, sanitary pads, detergents, soap, hand towel, Cooked and uncooked foods etc. Your donation will also help to protect our community Health workers, Doctors, Nurses in India who visits households on daily basis for information dissemination, linking COVID-19 suspected cases with testing and relief activities.
In India, many migrant workers have left the cities and returned back to their native land to be with family during this pandemic. Due to the loss of jobs and daily wages, they are more vulnerable to Coronavirus since they can't afford basic necessity like food, mask, hand sanitisers, soaps and other essential daily items. Also, Doctors, Nurses and frontline workers need PPE kits and other lifesaving gears to provide continued services at forefront with preventive measure to help needy.
To support the marganalised communities, health workers are involved in Identification of COVID-19 suspected cases, monitoring of home quarantine families and providing most essential health services/consultation on a regular basis with PPE Kits. Wide reach of HLFPPT will ensure timely delivery of Community Protection Kits, Ration Kit distribution, Delivery of Health Worker Protection Kit which includes PPE kit and essential supplies for the community to help in preventing community spread.
With immediate intervention and help, we will ensure sustainable livelihood and wages, Making vulnerable communities productive so that they can live a dignified and respectful life. There will also be development of content and harmony amidst the local community through early detection of Corona Virus by our Healthcare Workers and linking them with Government schemes/program for maximum benefits. Community based symptomatic cases screening will help combat this situation of Corona Pandemic.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
COVID19 related activities carried out by HLFPPT