iSTART #JeetengeHumDobara – Stopping COVID-19

While several of our donors have started contributing towards the cause, we need Rs. 300,000,000 to reach out to 100 Community Development Blocks across the seven states where we work. The cost of reaching and supporting one family comes to approximately Rs. 400. We would welcome your contributions in multiples of Rs. 400 depending on how many households you wish to support.

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Pradeep Joshi, Sudhir Sahni, Anurag Kumar, Naveen Paswan, Narendranath D, Aditi Baranwal, Arvind Srivastava, Sanjeev Minocha, Vijay Kashyap, arvind khandelwal, Neeraj Bassi, Amitava Mukherjee, Peeyousmoyee Duarah, Sima Rathee, Juba Pratim Gogoi, subhadra gupta, ASHISH GUPTA, Anif Khan, Jay Ganatra, Ramireddy Suryanarayana Reddy, Asutosh Satpathy, Sudhir Sahni, Shubhankar Mishra, Ambuj Gupta, Velayutham Ramamoorthy, Susrita Roy, Alopi chaturvedi, Prem Bhaskar, Bhikham Lal, Anonymous , Shiv Sankalp, Sharmishtha Khanapur, Arvind Wable, Sunil Shah, Sandeep Bhushan, Sanjeev Borwankar, sohini pani, Binayak Sukul, Arindam Sarkar, Arun kumar Bhatt, Avnish Hasija, Pranab Basu, Sayantani Satpathi, surendranath garimella, Arati Vissanji, Subramanian Murali, Priya Kumari Singh, Rohin Arora, Nikhil Gupta, Nitu Kanojia, Amal Dey, Nameeta Rao, Smita Mohanty, BINA AGARWAL, Sanjeev Aggarwal, Anwesha Sengupta, Trupti Trivedi, Rajdeep Dhillon, Abhishek Mukherjee, Vinita Venkatraman, Rohit Lal, Anil Khanna, Vinita Venkatraman, Vinita Venkatraman, Rashmi Saxena Sahni, Jagat Jit Singh, Kalpana Narain, Deepanjan Banerjee, Kamla Bhasin, Hitesh Arora, Pankaj Gupta, Bank of America, Share & Care , Axis Bank Foundation, Corteva , Amit Chandra Foundation, RG Manudhane Foundation, Amit Dhupar,

#JeetengeHumDobara

The COVID-19 pandemic is no longer an urban phenomenon. The infection is now impacting India’s rural population and has also started claiming lives, much like what we see in our cities and metropolis. With thousands of migrant daily wage workers moving back to their villages as the state governments are clamping “Janata curfew” (partial lockdowns), the risk is increasing every day. The second wave of COVID-19 has caught us like a tsunami and unfolded into a human tragedy beyond any comprehension.One of the biggest challenges in remote rural areas, apart from inadequate healthcare facilities at the primary, block and district levels, with some of the poorer states even lacking modern healthcare at the State capitals, is the lack of awareness amongst the rural community about the pandemic and the measures that are essential to keep oneself safe and secure in this situation. Unavailability of testing kits, masks and sanitizers, medicines and dry ration for COVID infected patients from poor families, beds with oxygen supply, ventilatorsand adequate healthcare facilities especially for COVID-19, are the other lacunae that make the challenge look insurmountable at the moment.

PRADAN, present in around 10,000 very remote and backward villages of 33 poorest districts in seven states of India (Jharkhand, Bihar, Odisha, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan), touches almost 4.5 million lives every day. Through its presence and deep-rooted community relationships it is uniquely placed to support all COVID-19 related interventions, besides feedback to the administration on the situation and needs of the community on the ground.

Last year in 2020, the world was unprepared and also here in India, we were all suddenly exposed to the pandemic and stringent country wide lockdowns. PRADAN professionals with the support of its 60,000+ women Self -Help- Groups (SHGs) and other community collectives, community cadres volunteered to work closely with the local level government to mount some response to the unfolding crisis. PRADAN mounted significant efforts to support our communities through various initiatives, with the generous and kind support of our donors and individuals from all walks of like through the #JeetengeHum campaign.

Last year we worked on the following issues and the scale was:

  1. Awareness generation across 16,000+ hamlets about the pandemic and necessary safety measure
  2. Surveillance of Returnee migrants through our wide network of Community Cadres and Volunteers
  3. Running 334 Community kitchens during the lockdown period
  4. Setting up and running 175 Quarantine centres with the support of the PRIs and local administration
  5. Distribution of Dry ration kits to nearly 1.05 lakh most vulnerable households
  6. Distribution of 1.36 lakh safety kits to Frontline functionaries

For the 2nd wave in Year 2021, we have pro-actively adopted an eleven-pronged strategy to support the administration to tackle the dire situation on the ground, more impactfully and ensure safety for our communities.

  • Key information messaging on vaccination and safety precautions through micing – the Mobile Vans also serving the purpose of conducting RAT tests- for the next 2 months
  • Pulse Oximeter
  • Rapid Test kits (RAT)
  • Medical kits for Frontline workers like Sahiya, Community Volunteers (PPE kits, Gloves, sanitiser, Face shields, N95 masks, etc.)
  •   Provision of Masks for Community
  •   Provision of Medical kits for the COVID patients who are in-home quarantine
  •   Dry ration packets for COVID infected patients
  • Make-shift Quarantine centres for Mild cases- with Oxygen beds (supported by the PHCs & administration)
  • Provision of Medical kits at the Anganwadi/Panchayat level (beds, oximeter, thermal scanner included, consumables, etc.) to run Village level quarantine centres for 2 months
  •   Community Help desk manned by Community volunteers at Gram Panchayat level for 3 months- for surveillance, coordination with administration. Also, the COVID warriors moving in the mobile vans for messaging and awareness generation. Also initiate Telemedicine and telephone helplines manned by trained volunteers and doctors to support COVID patients at the State level wherever possible.
  • Insurance for Frontline Workers (Average 50 Community Cadres)
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Name Donate Amount Date
Amit Dhupar 1,200.00 June 06, 2021
RG Manudhane Foundation 3,000,000.00 June 04, 2021
Amit Chandra Foundation 1,500,000.00 June 04, 2021
Corteva 2,000,000.00 June 04, 2021
Axis Bank Foundation 14,500,000.00 June 04, 2021
Share & Care 4,926,918.00 June 04, 2021
Bank of America 15,000,000.00 June 04, 2021
Pankaj Gupta 1,000.00 June 01, 2021
Hitesh Arora 10,000.00 June 01, 2021
Kamla Bhasin 40,000.00 June 01, 2021
Anonymous 2,000.00 June 01, 2021
Kalpana Narain 4,000.00 May 29, 2021
Jagat Jit Singh 4,000.00 May 29, 2021
Rashmi Saxena Sahni 3,000.00 May 28, 2021
Vinita Venkatraman 2,000.00 May 27, 2021
Vinita Venkatraman 2,000.00 May 26, 2021
Anil Khanna 10,000.00 May 26, 2021
Rohit Lal 10,000.00 May 26, 2021
Vinita Venkatraman 2,000.00 May 25, 2021
Abhishek Mukherjee 2,000.00 May 22, 2021
Rajdeep Dhillon 8,000.00 May 22, 2021
Trupti Trivedi 5,000.00 May 21, 2021
Anwesha Sengupta 4,000.00 May 20, 2021
Anonymous 100,000.00 May 19, 2021
BINA AGARWAL 10,000.00 May 19, 2021
Anonymous 6,000.00 May 19, 2021
Anonymous 2,000.00 May 19, 2021
Amal Dey 2,000.00 May 18, 2021
Anonymous 400.00 May 17, 2021
Anonymous 4,000.00 May 17, 2021
Rohin Arora 10,000.00 May 17, 2021
Priya Kumari Singh 500.00 May 16, 2021
Subramanian Murali 10,000.00 May 15, 2021
Anonymous 100,000.00 May 14, 2021
Anonymous 1,200.00 May 14, 2021
Sayantani Satpathi 500.00 May 14, 2021
Anonymous 16,000.00 May 14, 2021
Anonymous 4,000.00 May 13, 2021
Arun kumar Bhatt 40,000.00 May 13, 2021
Arindam Sarkar 1,600.00 May 12, 2021
Binayak Sukul 400.00 May 12, 2021
Anonymous 1,600.00 May 12, 2021
Sanjeev Borwankar 10,000.00 May 12, 2021
Anonymous 10,000.00 May 12, 2021
Sunil Shah 100,000.00 May 11, 2021
Arvind Wable 10,000.00 May 11, 2021
Sharmishtha Khanapur 4,000.00 May 11, 2021
Anonymous 5,000.00 May 10, 2021
Anonymous 2,036,287.00 May 10, 2021
Bhikham Lal 1,000.00 May 10, 2021
Anonymous 1,000.00 May 10, 2021
Anonymous 1,000.00 May 10, 2021
Anonymous 1,000.00 May 09, 2021
Velayutham Ramamoorthy 1,000.00 May 09, 2021
Ambuj Gupta 4,000.00 May 09, 2021
Anonymous 1,000.00 May 09, 2021
Sudhir Sahni 4,000.00 May 09, 2021
Asutosh Satpathy 4,000.00 May 09, 2021
Ramireddy Suryanarayana Reddy 10,000.00 May 09, 2021
Anonymous 4,800.00 May 09, 2021
Anif Khan 1,000.00 May 09, 2021
ASHISH GUPTA 100,000.00 May 08, 2021
subhadra gupta 1,000.00 May 08, 2021
Juba Pratim Gogoi 2,800.00 May 08, 2021
Sima Rathee 1,200.00 May 08, 2021
Peeyousmoyee Duarah 1,000.00 May 08, 2021
Amitava Mukherjee 2,000.00 May 08, 2021
Anonymous 800.00 May 08, 2021
arvind khandelwal 3,200.00 May 08, 2021
Vijay Kashyap 1,000.00 May 08, 2021
Sanjeev Minocha 10,000.00 May 08, 2021
Anonymous 60,000.00 May 08, 2021
Aditi Baranwal 1,200.00 May 08, 2021
Narendranath D 4,800.00 May 08, 2021
Naveen Paswan 4,000.00 May 08, 2021
Anonymous 2,000.00 May 07, 2021
Sudhir Sahni 4,000.00 May 07, 2021
Anonymous 1,600.00 May 06, 2021

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