Bihar is one of the states having the highest number of migrant labourers who are walking miles to make their way back home amid the pandemic, with limited to no facility of basic needs of hygiene and medicine facilities.
Primary Health Centers are already burdened and working on their full capacity to fight this pandemic. In this case, these migrants and poor people especially in rural areas are left unattended and are succumbing to the rising infection.
We are targeting 25+ villages of Rohtas comprising approximately 5,000 labourers /workers mainly in the most backward communities for the distribution of COVID care kits, masks, sanitisers, soaps, and FOOD PACKETS/GROCERY KITS.
In this 2nd wave, we have started our village to village distribution program. The funds raised here will be further used to reach 5,000 people affected by COVID for the distribution of COVID care kits, food packets and Grocery Kits.
- Food meal distribution: 2000+ reached
- Grocery/Dry ration kit distribution: 1600+ distributed
- COVID care kit distribution: 1000+ distributed
- Setup of COVID care center: covered 2 villages
- Masks, soaps & medicines distribution: covered 8 villages
- Villages Covered under various initiatives: Jagodih, Ramdihra, Supa-Sarae, Barwadih, Bhuiyan tola-Jagodih & Indrapuri, Bishunpura, Kanchanpur, Fulwariya.
Support us for procuring the materials required for preparing the COVID Care kit, sufficient to support a person with mild symptoms for 4-5 days. It consists of the following item as per the breakup:
|1||Good Quality Reusable Cloth mask - 1 pc||10.00|
|2||Paracetamol Tabs 1*10||20.00|
|3||Lamtac 150 mg 1*10||8.00|
|4||Conz Tab 1*10||72.25|
|5||Limcee Tab 1*10||42.50|
|6||Lifebuoy Soap 1 pc||10.00|
Our Grocery Kit consists of :
|Si No||Description||Qty per kit||Approx cost|
|3||Cooking oil||1 lit||184.00|
|4||Washing powder||1 kg||50.40|
|11||Packing & labour charges||1 lot||9.00|
|Total cost per kit||499.00|
Photos and Videos of the ongoing activities:
Check our past works here: https://parhitsaris.blogspot.com/2021/05/past-works.html