Indian-Americans are trying their best to help India struggling with a shortage of medical oxygen and other essential supplies due to the recent wave of Kovid-19.
Houston (US). Indian-Americans are trying their best to help India struggling with a shortage of medical oxygen and other essential supplies due to the recent wave of Kovid-19. The Indian-American non-profit organization ‘Seva International USA’ has a target of raising $ 5 million of which $ 1.5 million has already been collected within two days. This amount is being raised in response to the second wave of Kovid-19 in India.
The organization said that it is sending the initial consignment of 400 oxygen concentrators to India as well as other emergency medical equipment and supplies. Seva International is working on procurement from a number of suppliers around the world to mitigate the oxygen crisis caused by rising cases of Kovid-19 in India. The organization said that it has started the ‘Help India Defit Kovid-19’ campaign to deliver oxygen to Indian hospitals. It told that the service is providing food and medicines to about 10,000 families of the country and 1,000 orphans and senior citizens.
Geetesh Desai, a spokeswoman for the service in Houston, told PTI – “Seva International humbly acknowledges the support and donations being given by Indian-Americans in the United States. The service has raised more than $ 1.5 million, which shows that Indian-Americans are feeling the pain of their siblings in India and are concerned about their efficiency during this disaster caused by the Kovid-19 global epidemic. Huh.
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