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Money Raised Will Be Used For

Your money will go to support MSF’s frontline medical staff and healthcare workers and will also go towards containing the outbreak in the country by providing masks and hygiene kits to keep thousands of the most vulnerable people protected
  • Essential Supply

    Essential Supply

    The purchase and supply of essential technical medical equipment, such as oxygen concentrators

  • Personal Protective Equipment

    Personal Protective Equipment

    Acquiring effective personal protective equipment (PPE) sets for MSF medics and staff

  • Sanitation Facilities

    Sanitation Facilities

    Improving toilets and other sanitation facilities shared among communities most affected by COVID-19

  • Hygiene Kits

    Hygiene Kits

    Distributing hygiene kits of reusable face masks and soaps to vulnerable groups

  • Preventing COVID-19

    Preventing COVID-19

    Prevent the spread of COVID-19 among vulnerable communities through health education

About The Partner

About The Partner

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) translates to Doctors without Borders. Founded in 1971 we are an independent medical humanitarian organisation that assists people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from healthcare.

MSF works in over 70 countries and currently are in nine different states in India. Their teams are made up of tens of thousands of local and international health professionals, logistic and administrative staff. The actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence and neutrality. MSF is a non-profit, self-governed, member-based organisation. In 1999 the organisation was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

About The Campaign

About The Campaign

COVID-19 remains a health emergency and a deadly threat, especially to the most vulnerable. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been responding to the global pandemic since it began.

MSF doctors and nurses are treating patients and supporting communities across Europe, Africa, the Americas and Asia.

Now the independent medical organisation is starting operations to combat COVID-19 in India. By setting up dedicated medical facilities to treat COVID-19 patients in Govandi, Mumbai and Patna in Bihar – where needs are huge and growing - and improving hygiene and sanitation among at-risk communities, MSF is working hard to save lives and contribute to the fight against COVID-19.

We need your help to deliver this urgently needed care. Your money will go to support MSF’s frontline medical staff and healthcare workers, supplying them with essential technical equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE), plus mental-health support for medical staff working during this stressful time. Your contributions will also go towards containing the outbreak by providing masks and hygiene kits to keep thousands of the most vulnerable people protected.

*Disclaimer: NDTV is the broadcast partner for a 2-hour telethon by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) to raise donations to combat COVID-19 virus. The donations are received by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and shall be utilized according to a plan prepared and monitored by them. 


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The global prices for Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) have been fluctuating  dramatically since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Because of this the price mentioned for a full PPE kit - face protection, goggles and mask or face shield, gloves, gown or coverall, head cover, rubber boots - may not reflect the final purchase price. As well as being able to procure PPE in necessary numbers, MSF also requires it to be of a necessary standard. The volatility of the global PPE market is likely to continue, which is why MSF has been calling for a form of regulation to allow equitable and reliable distribution of medical equipment and PPE that is of necessary minimum quality.

The cost mentioned is for a kit for a caregiver and not a single PPE kit.​​