HELP NAGALAND BREATHE - COVID-19 Relief Support | Milaap
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HELP NAGALAND BREATHE - COVID-19 Relief Support
4%
Raised
Rs.2,000
of Rs.50,000
1 supporter
  • Zedino

    Created by

    Zedino Seyie
  • Cp

    This fundraiser will benefit

    COVID-19 patients

    from Dimapur, Nagaland

Why Help Nagaland?

Since April, India has been battling an upsurge of the second wave of COVID-19 and across the country, hospitals are running out of beds, oxygen supply  and medical supplies. Experts predict the surge will affect most states of India’s northeast region. Close proximity and interconnectedness of the states make Nagaland very susceptible to a dangerous second wave.

As the virus spreads into the hilly remote areas of Nagaland, the villages in Nagaland are fighting the pandemic with the current healthcare infrastructure, challenging terrains for transfer of medical supplies, frequent power cuts, limited healthcare workers and inadequate medical supplies.

Amid the alarming positivity trends, and increasing number of cases and deaths, the government has proactively begun to install oxygen plants and procure medical supplies. Despite this, on May 13th, the Directorate of Nagaland Health and Family Welfare department reported that Covid-19 hospitals in Nagaland are overwhelmed. As of May 16, according to news reports, Dimapur government hospitals, which have  61% of the cases in the state, had run out of oxygen and ICU beds. There is an urgent need to supplement  hospitals and health centres in Nagaland with the necessary medical equipment to treat Covid-19 patients.

The second wave of covid-19 has hit Nagaland. Most hospitals and COVID-19 care centres are running with only a limited access to medical supplies and COVID-19 related equipments as the wave surges on. Sensing this urgency, ‘Help Nagaland Breathe’ is a campaign to garner relief support towards the public health infrastructure in Nagaland in fighting the pandemic.

OUR INITIATIVE

1. Procurement and distribution of medical supplies including but not limited to: 
Oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders, pulse oximeters, PPE kits. These will be identified based on the needs as expressed by the Nagaland COVID War Room team and district hospitals. These will be distributed via three channels- through the Government, directly to verified hospitals and through verified on ground NGOs.

2. Humanitarian Aid:
Food supplies support via verified NGOs for families under the poverty line that have been affected by the Covid crisis and loss of primary breadwinners. Providing meals and ration kits to needy families.

OUR PLAN

Phase 1: Firefighting- Medical supplies for Towns/Villages above 33% Covid positivity Rate

Phase 2: Firefighting - Medical Supplies Towns/Villages above 15% Covid positivity Rate

Phase 3: Prevention- Masks and sanitizers, food supplies in Towns/villages (Needs based assessment will be conducted before deploying any supply)


TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY  

The distribution of the medical supplies will be based on 3 key principles. Equitable distribution, Transparency and Impact.

Distribution to be made as rapidly as possible to save the maximum lives. The assessment of impact shall also be undertaken on a regular basis. All details on demand and deployment shall be published on the website. All progress and details of the medical supplies, procurement details will be updated online to ensure transparency. These dashboards can be accessed at HelpNagalandBreathe.

WHO ARE WE?

Help Nagaland Breathe is led by Volunteers based in India, the United States, UK, Ireland and Singapore composed of medical doctors, lawyers, engineers, development practitioners, public administration officials and more. We are supported by many volunteers, well wishers, International humanitarian aid organisations,  and local NGOs. Our aim is to help the Nagaland Covid Care centres.

The needs of Nagaland have been identified in close collaboration with frontline workers and medical experts in Nagaland, Administrators, and verified phone calls with District hospitals and Covid Care centres.

Our work is to bolster the already ongoing work of the local government, International organisations and community organisations.

PLEASE JOIN US
  • If you would like to volunteer and be part of Help  Nagaland Breathe;
  • If your organization would like to partner with us; 
  • If you are a company looking to deploy a CSR budget; 
Please email us directly at helpnagalandbreathe@gmail.com
Our team will get back ASAP!

You can read our updates here at: Help Nagaland Breathe
Please do contribute and share the campaign link

Thank you! 

With Gratitude, 
Help Nagaland Breathe Team

**INR Donations
- All the donations are exempted under 80G. 12 A certified. 

** For Donors outside India, You can make a transfer to the following bank account through Milaap’s 501c3 partner in the US and will receive tax-exemption for US tax-residents.

[Asset Foundation is listed in Benevity and other company matching platforms, so matches can be requested through there.]

Bank name: Evolve Bank & Trust
ABA Routing Number: 084106768
Bank Address: 6070 Poplar Ave, Suite 200 Memphis, TN 38119
Beneficiary Name: ASSET India Foundation
EIN: 20-5139364
Account Number: 9800962772
Type of Account: Checking
Beneficiary Address: 2155 Kettner Boulevard, 521 San Diego, C A 92101

Please send an email to anoj@milaap.org and finance@milaap.org with the transfer details to receive acknowledgment.  The acknowledgment will be issued within 1-2 working days.

Our Supporters: 
1. Pro-Rural - Pro Rural is a Public Benefit Organization Registered
under the Societies Reg. Act 1860 based in Dimapur, Nagaland 

2. YouthNet-  YouthNet is a leading non-profit organization based in Kohima, Nagaland. 

3. Seattle Global Shapers - The Seattle Hub of Global Shapers is a diverse group of change-making Seattleites who are passionate about improving the world. Based in Seattle, CA 

4. Kohima Global Shapers -  Global Shapers hub based in Kohima, Nagaland.

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