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Help India fight the deadly virus

Portable Hospital Units

Augmenting India’s existing healthcare infrastructure to fight COVID-19 and future emergencies, we installed 36 innovative portable hospitals consisting of 2,682 beds across 14 States and Union Territories of India.


As a last line of defense against this virulent resurgent virus, our core strategy ‘The First Million’ initiative ensured vaccination for a million most vulnerable and marginalized Indians.Interactive and informative visibility tools were used by the team during the one-to-one and one-to-many sessions.

Oxygen Support

Owing to the monumental rise in COVID-19 cases in the second wave, medical infrastructure in the entire country began to crumble. At this juncture, we recognised the need for medical grade oxygen in hospitals and contributed to the efforts of the Government .

Help us rebuild the lives impacted by COVID

We follow a focused 4 step approach to achieve the objectives of our programes :- Design and test innovative solutions, Create local partnerships, Leverage and share knowledge, Scale to Amplify Impact.

Give back to your roots. Help transform the lives of thousands.

Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve learned a lot about resilience: what makes us stronger, safer and more adaptable –– and what doesn’t. Now, we need to focus on rebuilding our social, political and economic systems in ways that empower and protect us all. The choices we make today –– how we choose to allocate our resources and who we choose to lead us forward –– will have long-term implications not just for women, girls and other vulnerable populations, but for our overall health and survival as a species. 

students across the country are returning to school, in some cases for in-person instruction for the first time since March 2020. Much of society’s focus will understandably be on COVID-19 safety, but returning to school is also a time to think about the other ways we need to keep students safe and to build an environment that’s inclusive of everyone. 

 The gradual spread of COVID-19 and insufficient capacity of hospitals has led to the growth of home care which causes a major source of waste contaminated with the virus and subsequent disruption of municipal solid waste management . The increase in waste that comes from infected people and hospitals leads to the deterioration of water quality which could turn into a source of transmission of the virus 

Cumulative Impact

Learn how we’re building resilience in the face of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted essential health care worldwide, with deep impacts on sexual and reproductive health services. To ensure availability of contraceptive services, we swiftly adapted to continue service delivery, training, and programs that share information about contraception, reaching millions of people.
Ensuring Access to Contraception During the COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 has sparked a renewed focus on health and health systems and continues to be a priority for most countries—but as resources shift to accommodate the pandemic response, This is particularly true in vulnerable, conflict-affected regions, where women and girls must often contend with cultural taboos around seeking SRH care in addition to the ongoing constraints of the pandemic and lockdown,
Integrated Solutions Now: COVID’s Impact on Conflict Settings
These three technical guidance documents can be used to support the adaptation of the delivery of essential sexual and reproductive health care during the COVID-19 pandemic. The documents offer guidance to ministries of health, policymakers, service providers, and other implementing partners on how to continue to safely deliver family planning, comprehensive abortion care, and gender-based violence services during COVID-19.
Technical Guidance for SRH Services During COVID-19
Evidence from the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic indicates that there will be unequal and disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on women and girls. Past disease outbreaks, including the 2014-2016 West Africa Ebola outbreak, demonstrated the myriad ways disease epidemics exacerbate gender inequities and gender-based violence, as well as provide clues on steps that can be taken to mitigate them..
Protecting Women and Girls During the Covid-19 Pandemic