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OC distributed all over West Bengal
People supported with OC, food, medical
FREE meals supplied
01. Why the project is ?

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.

02. What the project is ?

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.

03. How the Project is?

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.

04. Where the project is?

All over West Bengal, India

05. What the impact is?

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.

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