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Donate 100 ventilators to hospitals in small cities
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    Pooja Kohli
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    from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh



As we are all aware, there is a severe lack of equipment at hospitals to meet the current requirements of Covid patients in India. Oxygen, ventilators and many covid related medications are in short supply, often unavailable and being sold in the black market at unaffordable prices. Hospitals are in dire need of equipment and unable to procure them from reliable suppliers at reasonable costs.

Covid death toll is rising because of equipment shortages in hospitals and unavailability of ICU beds for very critical patients. Each of these deaths are avoidable.

Although there are a lot of organizations collecting and distributing funds, they are mostly limited to bigger cities. Medical facilities in smaller cities are bearing the brunt due to insufficient infrastructure and already strained healthcare systems.  A lot of help is needed in smaller cities with little to no facilities and huge populations. Providing ventilators to hospitals in these small cities will help strengthen the healthcare infrastructure and be beneficial in the long term. 70% of Indian population lives in rural areas and access hospitals in the smaller cities and towns closest to them.

To do our part to support the hospitals, we have tied up with suppliers who are willing to provide prices for the products at the lowest prices possible to ensure that the funds are used efficiently and we can donate the highest no. of equipment possible.

Our target is to supply at least 100 ventilators free of cost. We are hoping you will help us fulfill this goal.

We thank you and are very grateful for your support. If anyone wants any information or details about the donations, products or wants to help out in any way, please contact us. Any prayers, support, contribution or sharing of the message will be deeply appreciated.

The donations will be made to hospitals treating patients from low income households and to hospitals giving some % of free treatment to patients. The allocation will be based on need basis and urgency.  

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