Circles of Solidarity 2.0 Supporting Vulnerable Communities (Greenpeace)
Greenpeace India campaigns to protect the environment for clean air, sustainable agriculture, promote clean energy and to prevent the impacts of climate change. We’re a global movement of people taking action for a green and peaceful future.
India is facing a brutal second wave of the Covid pandemic. It’s our responsibility to ensure that even the most vulnerable communities can tide through these difficult times.
Greenpeace India’s Circles of Solidarity is back in action!
Together with our allies we are procuring produce from 10 sustainable farmers from Palla Bakhtavar and distributing ration kits to vulnerable, low-income families from Delhi’s Zamrudpur community.
This community are primarily migrants from the unorganised sector who have lost their livelihoods due to the pandemic. State-wide lockdowns have led the health crisis to morph into a hunger crisis.
In phase one, 170 ration kits have been provided to lactating mothers, Covid-19 patients and others through home deliveries using E-rickshaws. With your support, we can provide for 470 families.
In the first phase, we are distributing 170 ration kits to lactating mothers, Covid-19 patients and other families through door-to-door deliveries using E-rickshaws. With your support, we can soon reach 470 families through this initiative.
Househelpers, cooks, barbers, shopkeepers, dhobis, construction workers, autorickshaw drivers, and others; this community makes up the backbone of India. It’s our responsibility to help them stay afloat.
We must act now as a global community so we can overcome this crisis. As part of our global Covid-19 response work, Greenpeace India facilitated the procurement and distribution of 60 oxygen concentrators sent by Greenpeace East Asia to Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
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