Sport  India Project #24358

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by Health Education Adoption Rehabilitation Development Society (HEARDS)
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Project Report | May 7, 2020
Heartfully thanking all the Supporters

By Kuriyakose Sajan | Chairman

Free Grocery Distribution during COVID-19
Free Grocery Distribution during COVID-19

Dear Patrons,


We all express our warm greetings to you from Health Education Adoption Rehabilitation Development Society (HEARDS) - India!


I hope this report finds you and your family well. Until March 21 our rehabilitation centre was running successfully. However, as COVID-19pandemic spreads and hitting thousands of people in India the Indian Government has decided to go for a complete lockdown from March 21 until May 17, 2020. During these hard times, we also closed our rehabilitation centre because of these pandemic.


Within a month of COVID-19, hitting hundreds of people in Chittoor was out of work due to lockdown and all the businesses were closed. Hundreds are now out of work, facing the potential threat of sickness through COVID-19, or hunger as so many families fall into deep poverty. The livelihood of these daily wage earners has been adversely affected and due to little to no preparedness, they have no food rations for the coming days. This project provides nutritional support to 60 families of daily wage earners who reside in urban slums.


In order to mitigate the direct effects of the COVID-19 pandemic during the lockdown HEARDS has decided to issue free grocery items for each family who is facing a panic situation during this lockdown.  The goal is to deliver provision items to help families in isolated communities face the quarantine and make it through the COVID19 crisis. 


HEARDS provides nutritional, educational, and health support to starving children and their families in the wake of this pandemic. The community is spreading awareness within each other and practicing social distancing. HEARDS is also involving parents of the children in emergency preparedness for disaster mitigation for nutrition and medical support.


As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you are in good spirits and health! Right now, we are doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to our community. While there is a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us.  Moreover, we need you.


I am hereby enclosing the picture for your kind perusal.


Thanking you,


With fond regards,


 Kuriyakose Sajan


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Health Education Adoption Rehabilitation Development Society (HEARDS)

Location: Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh - India
Health Education Adoption Rehabilitation Development Society (HEARDS)
Kuriyakose Sajan
Project Leader:
Kuriyakose Sajan
Chittoor , Andhra Pradesh India

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