The surge in COVID-19 cases has brought to light the overwhelming challenges faced by metro and urban cities in India. The healthcare infrastructure, designed to cater to the regular needs of these bustling metropolises, is now stretched to its limits, making it difficult to provide hospital beds and timely treatment for those affected by the virus. This dire situation has led to increased panic and fear among the populace, and it is evident that urgent action is required to alleviate the burden on healthcare facilities and provide relief to the suffering.
In this critical time, organizations like Kalpaka are committed to stepping up and offering support where it is needed the most. Our mission has taken on even greater significance, given the current crisis. We understand that healthcare capacity is overburdened, and we are determined to assist in any way we can.
The number of people affected by the novel coronavirus has increased drastically across India. Many samaritans have joined hands with us to help covid patients living alone to daily wage workers who are stranded with no jobs, shelter, and money amid the lockdown, or older adults who cannot cook during this time get home-cooked meals and ration.
As the novel coronavirus continues to affect lives across India, the need for compassionate action has never been more urgent. At Kalpaka Organization, we recognize the depth of this crisis and are deeply committed to making a difference in the lives of those who are most vulnerable during these trying times. Our collaborative efforts with numerous Samaritans have allowed us to extend a helping hand to those in dire need.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching consequences, leaving countless individuals struggling to meet their basic needs. From COVID patients isolated and in dire need of support, to daily wage workers who find themselves stranded with no jobs, shelter, and money due to lockdowns, and older adults who cannot cook or access essential provisions, Kalpaka Organization has stepped up to address these challenges.