About Supporting Mission VAYU
MindTickle has supported two such initiatives in these troubled times with a contribution of INR 10Lac. And now here we campaign again to raise an amount of INR 10Lac and support the Mission Vayu. For this, we encourage all of you to support raising INR 5lac with your donations and the rest of INR 5lac will be matched by your own organization.
We will encourage all employees of MindTickle to wholeheartedly support the efforts behind Mission Vayu that is working to save the lives of COVID-impacted people in Pune. Below are some details about Mission Vayu.
About Mission VAYU
As the demand for oxygen & ventilators skyrocketed amid the surge in Covid-19 caseloads, Pune Platform for COVID-19 Response, anchored at Mahratta Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) has arranged for procurement and donation of 250 BiPaPs and 4000 oxygen concentrators for worst affected areas and hotspots of the country. This is one of the largest industry-led initiatives to support the healthcare infrastructure and tackle the pertaining oxygen shortages across the nation. These oxygen concentrators and BiPaPs will be donated to hospitals and institutions for charitable purposes and cannot be resold for commercial purposes. Mission Vayu is also supported by Amazon as logistics partners. Amazon will be handling the entire logistics of airlifting the ventilators and oxygen concentrators from Singapore to India through designated Air India and other international carriers. The initiative is also supported by Air India and the Ministry of Civil Aviation. We are also in touch with leading international companies to seek their support and partnership. Pune Platform for COVID-19 Response (PPCR), anchored at Mahratta Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture (MCCIA) is coordinating with a respective partner and supporting organizations/offices and shall be importing the BiPaPs and oxygen concentrators on an immediate basis. We have already placed the order for 250 ventilators and 4000 oxygen concentrator units, and the first consignment is expected to arrive in India from Singapore tomorrow.