Total ICA Donations to Fight COVID-19      $394,493
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ICA Supports Projects Working on COVID-19


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Arpan Foundation

Arpan Foundation delivers 1,500 tiffins every day to the Rajkot Civil Hospital, poor families and seniors. Arpan Foundation volunteers prepare and deliver 400 to 500 kits every day of dry grains, potatoes, onions, sugar, tea, spices, oil etc for poor families.

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Bhoomika

Bhoomika launched a program to ensure that disadvantaged migrant laborers have enough to eat as they become displaced and move to shelters due to COVID-19 regulations. Bhoomika is coordinating and organising supplies for shelters, housing migrants and homeless. They are supporting charitable homes with residents who are facing the bleak prospect of shortage of funds and dwindling commitments for their wards. Bhoomika is working with Government hospitals to provide healthcare workers personal protection gear.

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BNGVN

Ms. Neelima Mishra and trustees of BNGVN identify needy and deserving families of daily wage workers from Bahadarpur, Shirsode and Mahalpur villages and supply grocery and other necessities. Awareness about social distancing is created during such visits. So far 350 Families have been supported and may need more grocery in coming days. They expect to address needs of approximately 1000 families in the near future. ICA is supporting BNGVN to sew 25000 masks to fight COVID-19

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Borderless World Foundation

In the state of Jammu and Kashmir, Borderless World Foundation has started an awareness program--- visiting villages and educating them about the precautions to take during this difficult time. The foundation is looking for donation of PPE Kits, N95 Mask, Sanitizers 500 ml & Ambulances.

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Goonj

Goonj is gearing up to ensure that migrant workers stuck on the roads or elsewhere survive this lockdown time, with access to basic consumables. Goonj is supporting community kitchens in the cities and reaching out for ration kits with existing partner and a with the new partners.

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HelpAGE India

HelpAGE is seeking assistance to help the poor & vulnerable elderly by providing them with One-Month Family Survival package consisting of Daily essentials (groceries) and Corona Protection measures of masks and Bathing and washing soaps.

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Janvikas

Janvikas is helping support daily wage earners with no livelihood. They are reaching out to the urban poor to meet the immediate need of ration and basic supplies. Each ration kit and hygiene kit cost Rs. 2400/- and will cater to the need of one household.

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Lok Biradari Prakalp

With the spread of the Coronavirus tribal laborers working in the cities immediately started migrating back home. This led to spread of the coronavirus to their tribal areas combined with misinformation about this disease. To quickly manage this situation, Dr. Digant and Dr Anagha Amte and their volunteers started going to the tribal villages to educate the tribal people in their own language. Using loud-speakers they shared information about prevention and spread of the coronavirus. Those who were already sick were asked to immediately come to their hospital for free treatment. Fortunately, government officers are co-operating with this initiative and they are having success in controlling the coronavirus in their tribal villages.

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Mountain Children’s Foundation

MCF team members in Dehradun and beyond have been working to ensure unemployed families still have food to eat during the crisis. Wherever possible, MCF facilitators work with the village panchayat and local government officials to get families on the appropriate government lists to be able to get ration from the shops, as this will be more sustainable for those families in the long term.

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Snehalaya

Snehalaya is feeding daily workers & protecting our poorest communities against corona virus. Snehalaya is currently distributing food packages for more than 3,500 people. They plan to distribute food packages for 45,000 people.

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