COVID-19 Phase 2 Humanitarian Response

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India is in crisis and is in need of collective efforts. Looking at the continued Covid ordeal, relief efforts are required once again for the vulnerable and downtrodden communities such as daily wage labourers, migrant workers and refugees who are worse affected.

Humanitarian Aid International (HAI) aims to evolve a comprehensive COVID 19 mechanism complementing to the existing programmes of the state and central governments with focus on enhanced outreach to inaccessible and most vulnerable pockets of rural, tribal, hilly areas and urban slums in different parts of the country. HAI aims to reach at least 75,000 people directly or indirectly through different activities proposed under the programme.

HAI intends to commence its activities by partnering and coordinating with its member organisations present in various states of the country with the following objectives:

  • Increasing number of protected population by facilitating vaccination of eligible population, dissemination of information and introducing Covid Appropriate Behaviour in target areas
  • Strengthening the domiciliary care to COVID19 positive cases through a sophisticated mechanism of online medical consultation, constant monitoring through Virtual Care Platform (VCP) arrangements of oximeters and oxygen concentrators, wherever required, tele-medicines, psychosocial care and psychological first aid, and facilitate hospitalisation when unavoidable
  • Provide 5,000 extreme food insecure families with food ration and personal hygiene material support

HAI will initiate the activities under the above stated objectives directly in National Capital Region of Delhi in Delhi with the refugee camps and in the rural, urban, hilly areas and urban slums of Assam, Karnataka, Odisha, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand,Uttar Pradesh and Kerala will be covered through the member organisation of HAI’s platform.

For the extreme poor families and refugees, we plan the following:

  • Need based dry-ration support
  • Need based personal hygiene support
  • Livelihood restoration support
  • Vaccination to all with focus on refugees and ultra-poor
  • Necessary health support to most resource poor
  • Setting up community Covid centres to support governments programme at micro level

HAI under COVID-19 Relief Campaign 2020

Here are some key highlights of the work done by HAI members under Covid-19 relief campaign in 2020:

  • cooked food distribution to over 1,42,000 people, including migrants travelling in Shramik trains across the country
  • answered more than 316 distress calls from food-insecure families and arranged for at least two weeks food, milk, medicines and necessary provisions in different states
  • 1,501 families, including 192 refugee families, were provided with dry ration sufficient for 1-2 months
  • Distributed Personal Protective Apparel (PPA) kits to 1,718 sanitation and ASHA workers in Delhi, Gurugram and Bengaluru
  • distribution of dry ration and personal hygiene kits to 263 families in the slums of Bengaluru
  • drone-based surveillance and public announcements in four containment zones of Bengaluru to support police and local government officials
  • 40 women in Bengaluru were supported to start income-generating activities
  • 82 auto/taxi drivers were helped in Bengaluru for COVID-19 safety retrofitting to make their auto/taxi COVID-19 safe
  • 121 daily-wage earners were provided with health screening and certification to help them re-enter the job market
  • 300 daily-wage earners were linked with different government schemes including the AYUSHMAN Bharat scheme to access healthcare

HAI sincerely thanks to all its supporters/ donors and partner NGOs who came forward and joined hands with HAI in need of the hour.

Nevertheless, the threat to coronavirus hasn’t declined yet. We are facing a similar situation in 2021 as the nation grips with Coronavirus pandemic once again.

HAI’s extensive experience in the previous COVID-19 response is going to be useful here but to execute it effectively and quickly, we need your donation support at the earliest. Please be kind and donate as much possible to this noble cause.

About The Beneficiary Organisation

India is in crisis and is in need of collective efforts. Looking at the continued Covid ordeal, relief efforts are required once again for the vulnerable and downtrodden communities such as daily wage labourers, migrant workers and refugees who are worse affected.

Humanitarian Aid International (HAI) aims to evolve a comprehensive COVID 19 mechanism complementing to the existing programmes of the state and central governments with focus on enhanced outreach to inaccessible and most vulnerable pockets of rural, tribal, hilly areas and urban slums in different parts of the country. HAI aims to reach at least 75,000 people directly or indirectly through different activities proposed under the programme.

HAI intends to commence its activities by partnering and coordinating with its member organisations present in various states of the country with the following objectives:

  • Increasing number of protected population by facilitating vaccination of eligible population, dissemination of information and introducing Covid Appropriate Behaviour in target areas
  • Strengthening the domiciliary care to COVID19 positive cases through a sophisticated mechanism of online medical consultation, constant monitoring through Virtual Care Platform (VCP) arrangements of oximeters and oxygen concentrators, wherever required, tele-medicines, psychosocial care and psychological first aid, and facilitate hospitalisation when unavoidable
  • Provide 5,000 extreme food insecure families with food ration and personal hygiene material support

HAI will initiate the activities under the above stated objectives directly in National Capital Region of Delhi in Delhi with the refugee camps and in the rural, urban, hilly areas and urban slums of Assam, Karnataka, Odisha, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand,Uttar Pradesh and Kerala will be covered through the member organisation of HAI’s platform.

For the extreme poor families and refugees, we plan the following:

  • Need based dry-ration support
  • Need based personal hygiene support
  • Livelihood restoration support
  • Vaccination to all with focus on refugees and ultra-poor
  • Necessary health support to most resource poor
  • Setting up community Covid centres to support governments programme at micro level

HAI under COVID-19 Relief Campaign 2020

Here are some key highlights of the work done by HAI members under Covid-19 relief campaign in 2020:

  • cooked food distribution to over 1,42,000 people, including migrants travelling in Shramik trains across the country
  • answered more than 316 distress calls from food-insecure families and arranged for at least two weeks food, milk, medicines and necessary provisions in different states
  • 1,501 families, including 192 refugee families, were provided with dry ration sufficient for 1-2 months
  • Distributed Personal Protective Apparel (PPA) kits to 1,718 sanitation and ASHA workers in Delhi, Gurugram and Bengaluru
  • distribution of dry ration and personal hygiene kits to 263 families in the slums of Bengaluru
  • drone-based surveillance and public announcements in four containment zones of Bengaluru to support police and local government officials
  • 40 women in Bengaluru were supported to start income-generating activities
  • 82 auto/taxi drivers were helped in Bengaluru for COVID-19 safety retrofitting to make their auto/taxi COVID-19 safe
  • 121 daily-wage earners were provided with health screening and certification to help them re-enter the job market
  • 300 daily-wage earners were linked with different government schemes including the AYUSHMAN Bharat scheme to access healthcare

HAI sincerely thanks to all its supporters/ donors and partner NGOs who came forward and joined hands with HAI in need of the hour.

Nevertheless, the threat to coronavirus hasn’t declined yet. We are facing a similar situation in 2021 as the nation grips with Coronavirus pandemic once again.

HAI’s extensive experience in the previous COVID-19 response is going to be useful here but to execute it effectively and quickly, we need your donation support at the earliest. Please be kind and donate as much possible to this noble cause.

About The Beneficiary Organisation

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