Adivasi Community Emergency Covid Resilience Outreach (Dhaatri)
Dhaatri Resource Centre for Women and Children
Dhaatri Trust is a not for profit registered NGO working with Adivasi women and children and having field partners in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Chattisgarh, Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh. We work with tribal groups like Gonds, Bhils, Patelia, Khonds, Koyas, Oraon, Munda, Barela, Kurukh and other tribes
With the second wave of Covid 19 surging very fast into remote rural and tribal areas in India, we are confronted with appeals for urgent medical help and outreach from Adivasi communities. Tribal India faces a serious crisis as migrant workers are returning to villages, and medical or infrastructure facilities are highly ill-equipped to cope with the large numbers of people falling sick and rushing to the primary health centres.
Dhaatri Trust, Hyderabad and field partners in Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and Gujarat are supporting Adivasi communities to set up their own Community Covid Support Centres where village-level isolation and quarantine facilities, primary medical care, community precautionary measures and public awareness on Covid protocols and Vaccination are led by the local village councils and youth.
- Panna, Madhya Pradesh
- Chatra, Jharkhand
- Dahod, Gujarat
Dhaarti is a registered charitable organization in India
All donations are tax-deductible under the 12A 80G
Dhaarti is a registered under FCRA in India