Mukti initiated COVID-19 pandemic relief support in response to the urgent needs of vulnerable communities during the global health crisis. The pandemic severely impacted people’s lives, with many losing jobs, facing food shortages, and struggling to access healthcare. As an organization dedicated to empowering and supporting disadvantaged communities, Mukti recognized the necessity to acted quickly and efficiently. The actual need for pandemic relief support included providing free oxygen concentrator support ,essential food and hygiene supplies to those in distress, distributing masks and sanitizers to curb the spread of the virus, and raising awareness about COVID-19 safety measures.
Mukti aimed to support the healthcare system by establishing over 100 Mukti Covid Care Units (MCCUs) across West Bengal. These centers provided free oxygen concentrator support and bolstered the HelloBeta platform to aid the local population of Kolkata, who were severely affected by the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mukti collaborated with local NGOs to extend their reach and help the community on a wider scale. Additionally, they supported government rural hospitals and public health centers by offering free oxygen concentrator support. Through these efforts, Mukti sought to alleviate the suffering caused by the pandemic and assist vulnerable populations in navigating the challenging times.
A dedicated team of health workers worked day and night to reach people as quickly as possible. A call center was set up where the team helped individuals fill out the necessary details before distributing the concentrators, ensuring transparency. Mukti opened Community Covid Care Units in villages, appointing a medical professional per village who served as a primary health resource person for villagers. These units were equipped with two oxygen concentrators, oximeters, and medical kits, enabling villagers to visit the clinics and receive medicine and oxygen support as needed.
Mukti’s efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic have been nothing short of remarkable. The organization served a total of 228,744 hours of oxygen, providing essential medical assistance support to over 50,000 people through the distribution of oxygen concentrators, free medicine, masks, and oximeters. In addition, Mukti supported over 200 government hospitals by donating free oxygen concentrator support to help combat the shortage of medical resources.
Breathing Hope: Mukti NGO’s Life-Saving Oxygen Support Amid a Pandemic Crisis
I would like to immensely thank Mukti NGO for the initiative they have taken to provide Oxygen Concentrators to Covid patients who are desperately in need of Oxygen due to the saturation level randomly falling down. There is nothing that can be more painful to see your nearest and dearest ones suffer in this pandemic and one feels completely lost and helpless when one can do nothing much but to see their closest suffer.We are in a state of complete lockdown and are in a virtual state of medical support collapse where one neither gets beds in hospitals and if they somehow manage to get one they are prone to high risk of getting severely infected. In addition to that oxygen cylinders too aren't easily and regularly available in the market to support seamless home quarantine. The only life saviour is oxygen concentrators where too you don't find them available at medical stores any longer and have a long wait time in order to purchase one.I was soo much disturbed and almost shattered to not know who to approach for help till I met MrSoumitra Bose, a trustee of the Mukti NGO who immediately went out of his way to extend support through the NGO's initiative. That too on a day when the entire city is under complete lockdown.This is such a life saviour and kindness so very unexpected. I shall forever remain indebted to the Mukti NGO team who are more than God sent at probably our life's most critical hour. We owe so much to Mukti.
Angels in the Crisis: How Hello Beta Saved Lives with Free Oxygen Concentrators
We searched every where in kolkata for a oxygen concentrator .When we almost give up my brother in law found this site. Hello beta. In the time of crisesno body will help any one without a proper price. But Hello Beta gave us a concentrator for free. They probably save my mother's life. I don't know whether god exists or not but angels do. The help they are providing to me is unimaginable. For the support they are providing to me I am eternally grateful. And I can tell you for sure that millions of people are great full to. Hope they keep up this good work. And regarding money they will not ask you for a rupee. But oxygen concentratorare not cheap. So iam requesting anyone who got help from Hello Beta please donate. So that more people can be saved. Hello beta truly understand how precious a human life is. Thank You once again from Forever great full son Subhankar Sengupta. Patient Maya Sengupta. Brother in lawDibyendu Dey. Forever great full daughter Sangeeta Dey