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Even though the COVID situation in India is grim, we are grateful that technology has allowed us to keep in regular contact with our ASHA India Team.  They want you to know that all financial support, via our child sponsorship and general donations, is making a hug...
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Meri Kirihimeti

December 26, 2020
When we look back on this year, we are very thankful to our sponsors for their generous support. The COVID-19 relief that was sent twice during the desperate time was a blessing. It was very badly needed and we got it at the right time to provide food items to people in need...
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COVID-19 Update

November 12, 2020
The number of new COVID cases are slowly decreasing throughout India, and active cases fell below 5 lakh (500,000) on Tuesday for the first time since July.  In the areas we work the local markets and shops are now open and so are the schools.  The people continue ...
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Thank You!

September 7, 2020
Thank you for the overwhelming response to our COVID Relief Appeal.  Our people on the ground will be distributing relief to our ASHA India families and community contacts in rural India. We will update you as soon as we have any further information about the distributi...
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India has now overtaken Russia as the country with the third-highest total reported cases in the world. The disease is spreading quickly, and hospital facilities are already stretched. At this stage, our staff have been in lockdown for some time and thankfully we have receiv...
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Covid-19 Update

May 7, 2020
The Eastern states where we work suffer 25% of India's natural disasters, which means that the crisis precautions were largely already in place.  Existing cyclone shelters are being used to house migrant workers from other states during the coronavirus outbreak.  I...
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Relief Packages

April 21, 2020
In the battle against COVID-19, the Indian government has extended their nationwide lockdown. The lockdown has caused economic problems for India’s marginalised poor including the families that we work with. Most of the families rely on daily wages. Just one day with no wo...
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