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News and Highlights
Outreach number of Households
We have a reach of about 9,093,007
households in 13 states of India.
Ration Kit distribution status
We will be distributing
35,000 ration kit
over 13 states
( 90 Days )
Covid protection and personal hygiene kits
Oxygen concentrators and
Ration supplies for the community
( 180 Days )
Medical supplies and equipment for public health institutions
Health insurance for frontline workers
Launch National Covid Care - NCC Corps to assist in public health services
Awareness campaigns on Covid protocols, vaccination and insurance
( 6 - 36 Months )
Focus on Infrastructure to help protect, recover, and build livelihoods for primary producer communities.
National Covid Care Corps
Donate to protect the unsung heroes. Training of para-health professionals, to assist in public health services in rural parts of Karnataka, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Bihar.
Catering to a family of five, the kit costs Rs 1,857 and contains ration items. Additionally, masks, face shields and personal hygiene kits (sanitary pads, sanitizer) for women and adolescent girls, will also be provided across 10,000 villages of India
Medical Aid for Health Centers
Medical kit, thermometer, oximeter, oxygen concentrators, PPE kit, glucometer, BP apparatus, and sanitizers for about 25,000 people in rural interiors of India.
9,093,007 House Holds
13 Different States
Sustained support for Communities
The off-farm sector which employs 40 million people, is largely unorganized and the pandemic-induced depression in the market has put into risk the lives and livelihoods of dependent communities.
The disruption in fish catching and supply chain activities have impacted over 16 million people, mostly the native and marginalized fishing communities, pushing them into the trap of unemployment and hunger.
Over 10 million tribals are traditionally dependent on forests for their livelihoods. The pandemic and the disruptions in the market channels have led to unemployment, food insecurity and health concerns among these forest dwelling communities.
Ashwin Naik is an author and award-winning entrepreneur. He is widely regarded as the go-to expert on Affordable Healthcare Innovation, Scaling Social Impact, and Mental Wellbeing at Work.
Dr. Vikram Chhatwal
Sanjay Kalra is an Entrepreneur-at-Large, in pursuit of the next discontinuity. He was Chairman of Shiv Nadar & Sanjay Kalra Associates, a US Health Tech focussed buy-out fund. Earlier he was the CEO of Tech Mahindra, served on the Board of Directors of Mahindra Satyam and was a member of the Global Executive Board of Mahindra and Mahindra.
Gita Ram is Co-founder of Industree Foundation and Industree Crafts Pvt Ltd. She has been working as a volunteer with The Crafts Council of India for over 30 years and is currently the Chairman.
GA Social Investor, Shiv Kumar has 30 years of experience in solving complex social problems, in India and internationally. He is the co-founder of the Catalyst Group of institutions, consisting of six organisations that further the health and wealth of the marginalised communities.