Hamrah Joins fight against Corona virus, activates action serving the most vulnerable and invisible
The global outbreak of corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has affected more than 195 countries. In India, as of 25 March 2020, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has confirmed a total of 562 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 9 deaths in the country.
The primary concern at HAMRAH is for a rapid de-escalation of the novel corona virus COVID-19. The impact of the pandemic has started to emerge as the country is in the lockdown situation, and the long-term consequences will be far-reaching and particularly extreme for the most vulnerable in India. Daily wage earners with marginal savings have temporarily lost their jobs and are unable to access food and essential items to sustain themselves. Evidence shows that adults aged 60 years and older or those with chronic medical conditions seem to be at highest risk of complications and fatality rates. The elderly in old-age homes or living by themselves without adequate support systems face acute challenges. Due to isolation, they do not get information about what to do and they are not able to get the food they need if neighborhood stores are out of stock.
The children in slums are in confined limited spaces with high susceptibility issues arising over health and hygiene. Children who are unwell, such as those in children’s hospitals are particularly at risk. Frontline health workers and public health centres are challenged with availability of crucial protective gear and equipment to meet their safety needs. People affected by the pandemic need support in building a strong and robust defense against such unpredictable phenomena.
Enabling local resilience is the critical need of the hour. HAMRAH is committed in reaching out and supporting these invisible individuals - the elderly, children, and frontline health workers of the communities who are disproportionately impacted by corona virus and the economic consequences of the outbreak in their time of need. Together, we will overcome this pandemic by making sure the most vulnerable among us are protected. We are actively working in Gujarat to respond to the physical health, mental health and economic impacts of the pandemic.
“FOOD AND HEALTHCARE SUPPORT PROJECT FOR COVID 19 DISASTER VICTIMS” would be conducted in the Vadodara District of Gujarat State to conduct relief operation for the Covid 19 Disaster victims (200 people per day) Collaboration with MANAVTA CLINIC by carrying activities where people will be provided food,snacks,tea,healthcare, basic knowledge regarding health, hygiene and precaution for fight against Corona Covid 19, the basic health problems, weakness and corona symptoms will be diagnosed with providing free healthcare facilities for Corona disaster effected victims. The program will be conducted in above targeted areas with the medical staff; these programs will be great benefits to many such corona disaster victims. Hamrah has planned to provide food, snacks, tea and healthcare facilities to the homeless, poor, daily wages laborer, children and pregnant and lactating women will be involved in the program.
Hamrah Charitable Trust is committed to provide qualitative and qualitative food, tea and snacks supply for both the time a day till the normal and regularization of the situation and also preventive, curative, nutrition and comprehensive health care services will be provided to the corona Covid 19 disaster effected people, with special focus to the poor,daily wages labourer,disadvantaged,homless,disabled,oldage,baggers,transgender and disaster effected population will be providing by the best medical team and dedicated Staff.
Organization has also planned with the provision of free Ayurvedic Treatment services to the targeted people to their expectations. Ayurvedic Treatment with providing following services: -
1. Support to district administration for complementing and supplementing public health systems
2. Support to Government for establishment of temporary quarantine facilities, where needed
3. Ayurvedic, Unani, siddha Treatment
4. Health Reviews for 200 people
5. Check up and Drugs Supply & Ambulance Services providing by Manavta Clinic
6. Ayurvedic Nutrition Distribution
7. Providing tow times Free Food, Tea and Snacks for 30 days to 200 people
8. Referral Service for Carotene and Laboratory testing
9. Audio Visual Awareness and Precautions for Prevent Corona
10. Banner and hoardings display for awareness
11. Mask Distribution