Covid-19: Deadly second wave spreads from Cities to Villages | Help Now

The situation in small towns and villages are worsening by the day. With few testing facilities, minimal healthcare centres and resource crunch, people continue to suffer. The worst part is, it remains uncounted.

In these challenging times, many of us have been unable to procure some basic healthcare services after testing Covid positive, even if we had the resources and means to afford them. If this is the case with us, think about those underprivileged and homeless habitants of the small towns and villages.

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With the exponential rise in the Covid cases, India’s depleting healthcare system is overwhelmed and stressed beyond imagination. After witnessing a brutal few weeks, Covid-19 cases are declining – at least that’s what the numbers are telling us, especially in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Bhopal and others. But this is not an all India figure. The second wave is spreading to the rest of the country.

With a lack of facilities like online consultation with a doctor, essential medicines, ORS, multivitamins and nutritious food, people in villages and small towns face the brunt of the pandemic that is little known to the world.

Not everyone in need is looking for a hospital bed and oxygen cylinders, but some basic over the counter medicines, some nutritious foods that can help them fight Covid-19 and help them in the recovery phase are all they need.

To make this possible, Uday Foundation has launched a campaign #SaveOurVillages wherein we aim to distribute at least 50,000 wellness kits – comprising some basic over the counter medicines, a tetra pack of healthy drinks such as ORS, oximeter, and other basic needs.

The least that we can do is give everyone a chance to give a tough fight against this virus. Please help us do that and donate to those who need some care in these times.

Your support is deeply appreciated.

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Story of Uday Foundation

Disturbed by son’s illness, Rahul Verma started Uday foundation in 2007

Rahul and Tulika Verma were hit with unfortunate news in 2006 — their son, Arjunuday, had been born with congenital defects and would probably require expensive medical treatment for his entire life. They could picture themselves spending most of their time in hospitals, either for consultations or surgeries.

A feeling of compassion for people suffering the same fate engulfed the couple, and they realised just how important it is for both parents and children, irrespective of background, to have access to quality healthcare.

Looking at the depression all around them, they decided to do something to honour their son, and that was how the Uday Foundation, for the healthcare of the disadvantaged sections of society, especially children, came about.
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