Only 15% of Ambala city workers earn more than $6 a day. The economic shutdown sparked by COVID-19 threatens millions of livelihoods in the country imminently.
But there are reasons for optimism, too.
On March 26th, when the government called for a country-wide lockdown, 10 million rickshaw drivers, day laborers, factory workers, maids and others raced to get home. The resilience of this country is seen in the eerily empty and quiet Dhaka streets, never before seen.
To help the underprivileged communities, Women in Digital, a tech social venture, has been providing food since the country went into isolation through their initiative ‘Food for All’. They have served daily 2000+ kits homless people and poor people
As conditions get worse in Ambala city and the spread of COVID-19, we urge you to donate in order and save thousands of innocent lives.
Proceeds will go to select underprivileged families in the rural areas of Ambala city Through this milaap, we would like to help families in need by providing emergency food parcels. Funds will be used immediately to buy and distribute food.
We appreciate any and all donations. $6 can feed a family for a week. May we come together to help those who need it the most.