The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has left a profound impact on lives and livelihoods, especially on vulnerable and invisible groups such as women, farmers, transgenders, sex-workers, low-skilled workers and migrant labour. To mitigate the devastating effects, at SEEDS, we provided help by augmenting critical supplies to hospitals, stepping up vaccination drives, establishing covid care centres and extending support services with the setup of a toll-free helpline, which aided affected communities, aiding medium and small businesses and facilitating supply of oxygen and other medical services through virtual platforms. We have responded and provided immediate relief and long-term rehabilitation support to more than 850,000 people during the pandemic in over 18 states. Our national vaccination adoption program, Kavach, enabled almost 1 million people from marginalised communities to get doses through awareness campaigns, vaccination camps and local information dissemination.
Help Extended Through
Vaccination for All Through Kavach
SEEDS as part of its National Vaccine Adoption Program against Covid-19 – Kavach initiated vaccination drives since March 2021, to reach 1 million people across India. The program aims to reach out to the most marginalised sections of communities and making them aware on the importance of vaccination. Our extended team of partners and volunteers’ has vaccinated more than 294,358 people across the country. To read more on efforts click here
National Toll-Free Helpline
SEEDS is running a national toll-free helpline to support citizens in meeting their needs with one-on-one support. The helpline number caters to linking individuals to support critical services – oxygen, hospital beds, medicines, ambulance, ration, hygiene kits; counselling session for psycho-social care; and covid-19 home care support and doctor consultations.
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