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Ramping up India's Rural Healthcare Infrastructure
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    Rahul
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    Project StepOne Trust

    from Bengaluru, Karnataka

80G tax benefits for INR donations

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We are a non-profit collective of technology and healthcare professionals on a mission to improve our epidemic preparedness. With a large network of 7000+ doctors and 1000+ non-medical volunteers working as part of the process. We are working live in 15 states and have helped more than 2.3 Million Covid Positive patients till date through our telemedicine platforms. We are now extending our efforts to augment the critical care infrastructure in India.Though the number of cases are coming down in metros, the critical care infrastructure in Tier2 and Tier3 districts is still reeling under the pressure of a large number of acute respiratory distress cases due to SARS-CoV2. Everyday a minimum of 10,000 identified cases of COVID patients still need access to emergency oxygen equipment!

There is an urgent need to create this excess capacity and it is clear that government efforts will have to be aided with private donations/grants to address the critical gap in equipment.

Our current goal is to deploy a minimum of 300 non-invasive ventilation machines (BiPAP) and 50 HFNC (High Flow Nasal Cannula) devices across government and charitable hospitals in districts/cities which often lack medical attention from private and public health providers. 100% of the donations will be used to fund this.

You can see and track the details of our current deployments here. We request your help in getting these across to those in need. Please contribute and also share this link forward.

Here's a letter of appreciation for donating HFNC machines to Shri Jayadeva Institute of cardiovascular sciences & research, Bangalore: 

Below are some testimonials/messages of our work done towards Covid efforts:
You can learn more about our impact:
https://projectstepone.org/social-impact-report/

https://www.cnbctv18.com/videos/startup/covid-19-surge-heres-how-india-inc-startups-are-helping-india-battle-against-the-pandemic-9070021.htm

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