The National Capital of Delhi has been witnessing a massive surge in COVID-19 cases. As hospitals get overwhelmed and the overall healthcare infrastructure takes a hit, residents of the city are in dire need of medical support to fight the infection. Amid such a scenario, Save the Children has become a part of Government’s work-in-progress project of setting up and operating a 100-bed medical facility in Delhi, backed with a dedicated oxygen plant which will cater to the most disadvantaged sections of the society.
This initiative is a part of Save the Children’s larger #ProtectAMillion mission through which we will be reaching 1 million children and their families affected by the Second Wave of the pandemic.
A SUM OF INR 2 CRORE IS REQUIRED TO MAKE THIS POSSIBLE. JOIN HUMA QURESHI’s PLEDGE, ‘A BREATH OF LIFE’
EVERY BREATH COUNTS: A MISSION TO SAVE CRITICALLY ILL COVID-19 PATIENTS IN DELHI
As India reels under the devastating Second Wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, Save the Children pledges to #ProtectAMillion lives across 14 states in India. Amid devastation and death caused by Coronavirus, we are providing life-saving support, essential care, relief items and rehabilitation support to the most disadvantaged children and families.
Actor Huma Qureshi, WELL-KNOWN for her spirited work in movies, has pledged a sum of INR 25 lakh to help the city of her childhood, Delhi
Every small and big donation means the children and families from disadvantaged sections will have a fair chance of survival
This initiative will go a long way in providing life-saving care and will help bring down the load on the healthcare systems of the city. It’s a tough time for the city and its residents but we’re in this together – the citizens, the District Administration and organisations like Save the Children. No one’s safe until we’re all safe.
THIS IS AN URGENT EMERGENCY APPEAL and every bit of support counts, every shred of solidarity matters.
Please DONATE generously to help save lives.