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Highlights Of #India4All Telethon: Donate Now For Homeless Affected By The Coronavirus Outbreak Lockdown

The Oxfam India NDTV #India4All telethon is a campaign that aims to bring together India in support of its own, who are suffering terribly during this lockdown period.
Apr 08, 2020
20:28 (IST)
Bhupesh Baghel, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh talks about the measures the state is taking to feed the poor:
Yesterday in Raipur, we deployed two vehicles to go around and in two days 17,000 packets of ration including rice, salt and other essentials were distributed. We are also taking care of those who are from other states and working here.



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About India4All Campaign

About India4All Campaign

India’s nationwide lockdown has hit the poor the hardest – the homeless, the migrant labour, those who live in slums, the daily wagers – India’s most vulnerable population. Hungry and homeless, these Indians have no money and no food.

Oxfam India has already started work in Kerala, Maharashtra, Delhi, Assam, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Odisha. Nearly 22,000 packets of hot meals have been provided in Delhi, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Meals are being provided to at least 2000 migrant workers, just in Delhi. We have reached out to over 6000 households with dry ration in Odisha, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

The idea is to quickly scale up the response in a big way to complement government’s efforts. The aim is to reach 50,000 families (250,000 individuals) with such direct delivery support as food (dry rations and cooked meals) and drinking water, safety kits for frontline workers and essential health and hygiene supplies (soap, disinfectants, sanitisers, masks, sanitary napkins etc). The Oxfam India— NDTV #India4All telethon is a campaign that aims to raise awareness and also the money that such an effort requires. It aims to bring together India in support of its own, who are suffering terribly during a period that affects us all.

About The Partner

About The Partner

Oxfam has decades of experience in providing support, care and relief in times of crisis like these. From famine to Ebola we care for the poorest of the poor and help them survive and overcome tragedies like these.

Over the last decade itself, Oxfam India has delivered more than 40 highly effective humanitarian responses across the country; it has reached out to nearly 1.3 million people in India directly and supported affected communities of many times greater than size indirectly through recovery and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) interventions.

Oxfam India ensures that no one is discriminated against and no one is left behind. Let’s not forget those who have no homes, jobs, food. Women and children need your support in this fight against coronavirus. Don’t leave them behind. They need our compassion and care.