Covid -19 Relief Efforts
Support India to Fight Covid-19
Covid-19 T-Model to Fight Problems
The second wave of COVID-19 has hit India hard. It has impeded India’s social and economic recovery following the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.
In the last 30 days, India saw a 6-fold increase in daily cases, and registered the highest single day spike in covid cases in the week of April. With 3 million active cases, the impact of the pandemic can be witnessed all across the country. During this pandemic, the worst affected social group is the urban poor and slum dwellers.
Sewa International has built upon its 2020 COVID-19 relief efforts by augmenting its activities. Accordingly, Sewa International decided to work on a T-model intervention for the pandemic:
Breadth: Awareness, Essentials and Digital Helpdesk
The breadth involves interventions which provide quick relief, and immediately impactful in saving lives and livelihoods. The depth ensures systematic strengthening, long-term sustainability while also providing an immediate layer of protection.