The current outbreak of corona virus disease (COVID-19) has been declared as a pandemic due to the alarming levels of spread and severity. Till date, there is no specific medicine to treat or prevent COVID-19. Government of India is taking all necessary steps to ensure that we are prepared well to face the challenge and threat posed by the growing pandemic of COVID 19 – the Corona Virus.
However there is panic and fears among the people as the nation is lockdown. These preventive measures also affected the normalcy of livelihood of the people namely the poor, migrant and daily laborers, Toto drivers (Rickshaw pullers), bricklin workers, construction workers, and flower suppliers, Hawkers, stranded migrant workers etc of Nadia and Murshidabad districts. They are all clueless and suffering without food and basic essential goods for their living. The whole families starve due to lack of food as they were not able to go for their work to earn.
Need for Intervention by KCCSS:-
Keeping all these things in mind, KCCSS felt that external intervention is needful for reduction of vulnerability of the poor community members of the area. It would be a timely assistance for the people if we are able to help them by providing Sanitizer materials, Family Survival kits namely food materials, temporary shelters namely tarpaulin etc. Our service and support in the form of dry food materials will help the people to ease their pain and able to have a meal per day at least for a week.
The poor, daily labourers and migrant families of Nadia and Murshidabad districts will receive hygiene kits (masks and soaps) and dry food items that will help them sustain during the time of lock down.
- To provide dry ration – food support to poor and vulnerable families have lost their daily wage due to loss of working days (because of lockdown).
- To provide hygiene kits to migrant families in to keep them safe and protected from COVID -19.
KCCSS will mobilize local volunteers coordinate and facilitate the smooth distribution of relief items to the migrant families of Nadia and Murshidabad.
- With the help of local administration and community will identify the poor and vulnerable migrant families – families having pregnant / lactating mothers, old/aged, PLWDs, children and widows.
- Identify warehouse for storage of relief materials, Venue for distribution and keeping in mind social distancing and safety measures.
- Before giving the hygiene, kits demonstrate- Correct Hand Wash technique, Use of Mask, cleaning of mask and proper disposal of mask.
"No Panic...God will deliever You..."
Bishop emeritus Rt.Rev.Joseph Goms, SDB,DD, and Assistant to Apostolic administator Fr.K.J.Raphael, sdb in action on Covid 19.
Feeding the Hungry...
Cooked Food packets distributed at the Krishnagar railway police station for the shelter less people with the help of WBP & CRPF
Distributing dry Food kits
Dry Food kits distribution by KCCSS at India & Bangladesh boarder area ( Arobpur & Murutia ) for the poor, marginalized and tribal people. 123 families were the beneficiaries. Thanks to Fr. Ambrose MoC, the parish priest to assist us to serve thew poor.
We Care.... We Act...
KCCSS cared the needy with the financial assistance of the Diocese and with the collaboration of the Cathedral Parish Priest Fr. Onshu & Co, at Krishnagar Parish. A Big Thanks to Diocesan Financial Administrator Fr. Pascal Punno.
Moved to Murshidabad stranded migrants and marginalized...
Migrants & marginalized at Murshidabad district also not left out...KCCSS shared dry food kits for 128 families at Suti -II Block, Murshidabad district....
Reach to the un-reached...
Cooked food & dry food kits served for 178 families at Chosultanpur daily labourers and poor people of Kubernagar villages Nakashipara block. Nadia District.
Widows,Old men & Women and children were taken care.
KCCSS's Awareness....Mission on Covid-19...
Awearness on Covid-19 at Chorsultanpur Under Nakashipara Block,Nadia.
Fight with Covid-19
• Wash Hand
• Wear Mask
• Keep Social Distance
• Stay Safe
• Stay Home
• Stay Blessed.
KCCSS Reaching to the Rickshaw pullers ....
KCCSS Volunteers distributing dry food kits to the the rickshaw Pulling families of Krishnagar & Muktinagar Villages under Sadar Subdivision.
We are with YOU...
KCCSS Distributed dry Food Kits among the 56 Needy and helpless people at Theaorkhali, Krishnagar Zilaporishad and Chorsultanpur, Nakashipara Block in Nadia District. Old women and Widows are also taken care...
Our Covid-19 Warriors at Hospitals...
Our RSK Staff turned to be COVID warriors in the hospitals ...giving awareness on social distance, Stay Safe Stay @home to relatives of the patients .... & Distributing Mask to patient of Jangipur & Kandi Sub-divisional Hospitals at Murshidabad district...
Bringing Smile to the economically downtrodden...
kubernagar, Kuleapota and Nischintapur village poor people received dry food along with Hygiene kits under Nakashipara Block,Nadia. There were 268 beneficiaries benefited.
KCCSS on MISSION COVID-19 ...