COVID relief arrives in Hyderabad as humanitarian good cause

COVID relief arrives in Hyderabad as humanitarian good cause

Road Ashram Campaign to arrive in Hyderabad on Nov 13. You can meet the Press on Nov 14 at Press Club Somajiguda at 12 Noon. A journey along the borders of India to get an insight into the humanitarian impact of Covid-19. COVID relief arrives in Hyderabad to help COVID infected people and prevent people from getting infected.  

A group of socially conscious and road friendly citizens shelled out a donation drive to support people affected by the Pandemic. As part of their campaign called the ‘Road Ashram’, the team is travelling along the borders of India. The team will be covering nearly 25000 km including 30 states, in about 60 days in a specially modified car. 

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The team has travelled through China and Nepal borders in Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. They further went to Kolkata, where they met some eminent people of the city including the Mayor. In Sikkim they met with eminent and influencing citizens including Bhaichung Bhutia. They went to Bhutan border in Jaigaon, West Bengal.

Later they travelled to Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Tripura, Sunderban in West Bengal and Orrissa. The team of COVID relief arrives in Hyderabad on November 13.

Their intention will be to engage and meet people from different walks of life on Nov 14, 2020 and discuss the humanitarian impact of Covid-19.

Counselling about restrictions imposed because of social distancing as primary solution and more careful measures will be spoken.

COVID Relief Arrives in Hyderabad

Amidst the medical crisis and the safety measures, there has been tremendous damage. The social structure, wherein millions of people have lost their jobs. Healthcare has become difficult. Children affected due to lack of immunization and education. This further brought increased poverty, instances of early marriages, malnutrition and making of laws in an arbitrary fashion.

COVID relief arrives in Hyderabad in this chaotic situation after heavy rainfall & loss of lives and properties. According to a recent survey, industrial workers lost nearly 5 million jobs after the Coronavirus lockdown. Data also suggests that millions of people could slip into poverty by the end of the year.

Road Ashram as COVID Relief

The purpose of Road Ashram is to make aware all the rich people about the sad stories of affected people. And ensure that they do not limit only to the measuring of the impact of the pandemic. This humanitarian cause surfaced, will take much longer and a lot of collective effort. Every care taken to resolve the issues to keep striving to find feet back on stable ground. 

“As conscious citizens of the country, we can’t just sit and let this happen”

Siddhartha Dutta (Campaign Lead Member)

“The non profit sector is doing whatever possible with the available resources. But it is not enough. These organizations, especially the grassroots level NGOs need immediate support to continue their life saving work. Through Road Ashram campaign, an appeal for everyone to make a generous contribution to the cause.” 

Ahmed Siddiqui (Campaign Member) further explains: “The idea is to stay on the road – in our very own, personally crafted car, that we have decided to call ‘Road Ashram’. Through our 60 day drive  on the kacha-pakka roads on the borders, we wish to raise awareness and resources to help people facing difficulties due to the pandemic.

Alongside, we will share videos and stories of India’s diverse cultures, places, and everything else that makes India what it is –a diverse, colorful and fascinating India.”

The team invites people to follow the campaign through and social media channels. Visit the website to know more about the cause and learn more about the epic journey along India’s  |   + 91 9022954832.

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