Pandemic Covid 19 has left everyone clueless and made the daily workers suffering without food and basic essential goods for their living as they are deprived of their daily works and wages during the first wave of covid19 and the second wave in recent months has overwhelmed the healthcare system, leaving hospitals in struggle and more devastating than the first. The fast spread of the second wave spared no time for the patients and who appeared normal were going out of control within short span of time developing dyspnoea (medical term for shortness of breath) and death is taking place within no time.
India had become the first country in the world to register above 4 lakh infections in a single day from till date from April 30. As the country is grappling with a severe second wave of Corona virus infections, the disease is now spreading in semi-urban, rural and tribal areas as well. The Central and State Government has taken many measurable steps to control the increasing rate of infection and death. However the migrant workers, homeless and the poor people have become the most vulnerable to the immediate impact and aftermath of Covid 19 catastrophe and still many find difficult to get their meal per a day. The World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus recently called India’s situation “concerning”. At the same time, several experts and doctors hinted at a possible third wave.
Medical support to the infected persons.
Food support to the people who have lost their livelihood and the people who are quarantined without any outside support.
Immediate financial support to the family that has lost the primary earning member.
Helping the people in the vaccination drive.
Consolidating the available data and helping the people with verified information.
Support primary health worker, volunteers for generating awareness.
Supporting the neediest people with the dry ration, health kits to the affected families, vaccination and verified information that gives strength to sail through this difficult situation.
With the help of local administration and community will identify the poor and vulnerable migrant families – families having pregnant / lactating mothers, old/aged, children and widows.
Identify the vendors in the local market who will supply the family survivable kits/materials
Identify warehouse for storage of relief materials, Venue for distribution and keeping in mind social distancing and safety measures.
Before giving the kits demonstrate- Correct Hand Wash technique, Use of Mask, cleaning of mask and proper disposal of mask.
The migrant families of eight villages under Raghunathganj -II block, Jotkamal and Mithipur panchayat in Murshidabad district
Three villages under Nakashipara block, Majhergram and Nakashipara GP in Nadia District.
Areas comparatively faced worst hit of Covid impact and migrant returnees form inter and intra state.
“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”
KCCSS with the help of local administration and community identifies the poor, old/aged, widows and vulnerable migrant families through baseline survey …
Being human and caring about other people’s well-being…
Government officials, Panchtayt Pradhan and Health workers are beings discussed before the distribution and they assured their cooperation and presence…
Awareness on Covid-19
KCCSS making awareness through print media on How to limit the spread of COVID-19 with social distancing;
Avoid public spaces and social gatherings
Stay at least 6 feet away from others if you must go out
Wear a homemade cloth or fabric mask in public
Don't attend or host gatherings
Avoid mass transit
Consider using delivery services for groceries, medications and other household items.
Ready for the Mission
KCCSS won’t be able to help everyone in need, but our gesture, no matter how small, will definitely make a difference… Dry food kits and health kits are packed and carried to the destinations…
The importance of documentation is a way more than formality…Because Documentation helps to ensure consent and expectations…
KCCSSS distributed Dry Ration food kits and health sanitary kits to 950 families who have lost their livelihood due to pandemic with the help of Caritas India and the diocese of Regensburg, Germany in Murshidabad and Nadia District. 10 community health centres were supported with basic kit like Pulse Oximeter, Infrared thermometer, steam inhaler etc.
“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”
KCCSS blessed to lighten a little the burden of the poor and needy with the generous support of the diocese of Regensburg, Germany…..
Also focusing on Handicap needy People
Disability can leave some people feeling anxious, broken, lonely, isolated and scared. KCCSS staff and volunteers’ help assured that they are loved and cared much…
KCCSS provided 2 Oxygen concentrators with the support of Caritas India for the use of poor, needy and covid affected mother and child and duly inaugurated at Mary Immaculate Hospital blessed by KCCSS director in the presence of Dr.Sr.Silviya, smi, Sr.Lilly, SMI,superior of Mary Immaculate Hospital Community, Sr.Imma,smi, and other sisters and all the staff nurses. KCCSS, Krishnagar is indebted to Caritas India & Caritas Germany for their generosity. A BIG Thank you Caritas India & Germany.
Thanks to Caritas Germany, Caritas India and KCCSS
The world is a better place because there is always someone out there helping others and it’s you the diocese of Regensburg, Caritas Germany and Caritas India through KCCSS… Words are powerless to express our gratitude…. A BIG THANK YOU ALL…