Our work to continuing challenge of Covid-19 commenced in March 2021 with the announcement of vaccination by the Government of India. Currently, we are following a four-pronged strategy to mitigate the devastating impact of second wave: Augmenting critical supplies to Government Covid Hospitals, stepping up vaccination drive, Establish Covid Care Centres and Extend support services with set up of helpline to aid affected communities, facilitating supply of critical needs such as oxygen, provision of medical services through virtual platforms. Our efforts are being carried out in Delhi, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Bihar, West Bengal, Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh. Additionally, we are continuing efforts to promote awareness on Covid Appropriate Behaviour.
To Saving Lives
COVID CARE CENTRES ESTABLISHED IN 9 DISTRICTS
SEEDS response to the second wave of Covid-19 focuses to ShareTheBurden on our health care system through:
Covid Care Centres
Considering high caseloads in Covid hospitals, SEEDS is working with State Government to set up basic COVID care centres/isolation centres as a decentralised solution across various geographies involving local communities.
National Helpline Number- matching people’s needs
Currently, there is a lot of pressure on patients and their family members to arrange for critical needs such as oxygen and medicines themselves using various means available to them.
Since, March 2021 we have been actively involved in a proactive, mass vaccine campaign along with local governments. Community volunteers have been mobilised to reach out to the segments of population without access to smartphone or internet or have been unable to reach vaccination venues due to limited means.
Augmenting critical supplies
Augmenting critical supplies State Governments and have requested SEEDS to augment supplies in their Covid Hospitals in Delhi NCR (Gurugram, Noida) and Uttarakhand.
All donations are welcome. Please make your contribution today to help Share The Burden on our health care systems. Your support can help us strengthen government’s efforts towards it too.
Rs. 500: For mobilising support for vaccination of one individual
Rs. 1000: Contribution for setting up and running national helpline and support services
Rs. 5000: For buying critical equipment required by Covid hospitals