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  • Changemakers of Kanakapura Road Association

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    Changemakers of Kanakapura Road Association
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    Help Needy And Covid Relief

    from Bengaluru, Karnataka

A severe second wave of COVID-19 is sweeping across India and the country’s healthcare system is overwhelmed. The number of new cases in Bangalore are crossing 15,000 every day and the death toll is increasing which touched 100 cases everyday on Saturday, April 24. With more than 3.6 lakh active cases in the city, hospitals are struggling to accommodate new patients and an acute shortage of hospital beds, ventilators and oxygen is causing serious stress all over the nation. Finding an ICU or an ICU beds with ventilator has become a Herculean task. We all have become very helpless and have seen lot of deaths in our close circles.

The Government of Karnataka continues to work on war-footing to ensure medical infrastructure is ramped up to meet increasingly challenging scenario. As citizens, it is our civic duty to support the Government’s endeavour during these difficult times. In this endeavour, we seek your support to help healthcare infrastructure add additional capacity so that we can eliminate the problem of this temporary phase of the unavailability of medical support. In this regard, Changemakers of Kanakapura Road (CMKR) has partnered with Bheemachandra Trust to add an additional capacity of 50 bedded hospital to support mild, moderate and severe cases.

CMKR is contributing few important articles required for the hospital to make this happen.Hospital has a lot of requirement and CMKR is willing to donate few important articles to make the hospital up and running. Some of the items required but not limited to

1. Beds - 30
2. IV Stand - 30
2. Jumbo Oxygen Cylinders - 30
3. Dura Oxygen Tank - 5
4. 5 para Monitor - 5
5. Bi Pap Machine - 5
6. ICU on wheels Ambulance on Rent - 3 months
7. Oxygen Concentrators 10LPM - 10
8. Wheel Chairs - 2
9. Stretchers -2
10. Oximeters - 100

You can also directly contribute these items. Please reach out to us at if you are willing to contribute these items directly

Please donate whatever amount you can.

#Little drops make the mighty ocean

CMKR - A brief Introduction

The Changemakers of Kanakapura Road (CMKR) is a consortium of 80+ RWAs spread across Kanakapura road from Sarakki signal to NICE Road Junction spread across 8 Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara palike (BBMP) Wards 184, 185, 186, 194, 195, 196, 197 and 198. CMKR works on a number of activities including Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Waste Management, Lakes, Sustainable Mobility, Healthcare, and so on. CMKR is registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960

Some of the notable works of CMKR include
- Creation of a 12km cycling lane along with Department of Urban Land and Transport - Project Cost 50Lakhs
- CMKR is working with CSR companies to create sustainable water bodies inside Turahalli Forest - Project Cost 3lakhs
- CMKR is working on largest tree plantation drive for the locality & neighbourhood of Kanakapura Road in the month of June - Project cost 5L
- CMKR conducted several workshops on waste management
- CMKR worked with several agencies such as BMRCL, Traffic police, BBMP, etc to create infrastructure which are helpful to the residents of the
- CMKR was the first in Bangalore to start Exclusive ambulance service. This ambulance service rendered service to more than 4000 families and reduced the burden on the ambulance services of the state government
- CMKR created a ‘War room’ for the residents of Kanakapura Road to provide assistance to the Covid victims and the kin. When the families are in a state of shock and confusion not knowing where to look at, CMKR created a Telegram Bot which had all information about – Hospitals, Beds availability, Contacts for Oxygen, Plasma, Ambulance, Home cooked meals, Medicines, Pharmacies, Crematorium etc. So far we have been of some help to as many as 500+ cases.

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