Activities during COVID 19

Aarogya Setu App Installation

Among many other initiatives the government has launched the Aarogya Setu mobile app to make citizens aware of the coronavirus pandemic. The app is aimed at augmenting initiatives of government to proactively inform citizens about the best practices and relevant advisories pertaining to the containment of COVID-19. Additionally, it also instructs the user on how to self-isolate and what to do if he/she develops any symptoms. In case, you are in a high-risk area or proximity to a coronavirus patient, the app advises you to go for a test and call toll-free number 1075 to schedule an appointment at a nearby testing centre.

 

Sukalyan Welfare Society started an initiative to create awareness on Aarogya setu app and install the application to android mobile users of rural population. On 25th of April employees of Odisha, West Bengal and Assam location conducted awareness program by visiting door to door while maintaining all the precautionary measures like 1 meter distance and mandatorily used of face mask etc. 14 employee volunteers were engaged reaching out to more than 200 people. Along with the installation of app, benefits of social distancing were also promoted through awareness program. This initiative helped people in great way as there were many who had no idea about the app and its benefits but are now completely aware.

 

Location Wise app installation Data

Bankura, West Bengal- 40

Purulia, West Bengal- 58

Jhargram, West Bengal- 24

Khordha, Odisha- 24

Puri, Odisha- 25

Kamrup Rural, Assam- 25

Nalbari, Assam- 36

Location: Nalbari, Assam

Location: Purulia, West Bengal

Regular Medicine Distribution

In rural West Bengal most of the rural families are affected by Covid19 virus and this was worst due to lockdown period as most of the single earners lost their job, returned from outside Bengal or shut down their business. This had affected their daily simple lifestyles by shortage of food and money. The government and many other organisation's are supporting families with Ration but needless to say that every family had at least one patient in their house who are surviving from fractures to cardiac diseases. Sukalyan, as a Non-Profit organisation have come forward and helped 26 families by provided them with required regular medicines.

Location: Deganga, West Bengal

Ration Kits Distribution

Sukalyan distributed ration to 70 families during lockdown to support them. Each kits consisted Rice, Oil, Dal (lentils), Soyabean, Potato and a bathing soap 

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