Unlike the first wave of the Corona virus observed last year in Nepal, the second wave that has been engulfing Nepal turned out to be more infectious and dangerous. This deadly surge of COVID-19 has left patients waiting outside the hospital to get treated. Desperate families are pleading for oxygen cylinders and beds. As a result of the deadly spike of the virus, Nepal underwent another lockdown on 29th April, 2021 which forced many people to lose their job causing hunger related problems in the country.
After the upliftment of the first lockdown, we were slowly toning down our contribution in the humanitarian sector and started focusing on bringing systematic reforms in our society. But because of the current condition, we took it upon ourselves to provide immediate relief during such dire times of need. We feel it is our responsibility to help each other up under any dire circumstance, not just this pandemic! By collaborating with Covid Connect Nepal, we are able to expand our reach through their communication team, which consists of more than 100 volunteers. We are aiming to deliver food and medical supplies across the valley by mobilizing our volunteers from different districts! Through the funds we generate, we also aim to cover the communication costs of Covid Connect Nepal so that we can expand our network and provide support to more people in need. We are an organization born amidst the pandemic and we will not rest until we fulfil our duties.
But we need your support!
All the things that we have accomplished till this date was possible due to the generosity and kindness of the people, who poured their trust in us to project their goodwill. We have not failed them and we never will! During these desperate circumstances, we once again implore you to support us on our journey to fight this pandemic and achieve our goal of #HungerNoLonger.
Project Thaali: Our next step towards ending hunger in Nepal.
It is a project aimed to provide cooked nutritional meals to underprivileged people who have gravely been impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. We aim to feed 200 people per day consecutively for 2 months. By the end of the project, we will manage to provide at least 12,000 meals!