The 2nd wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has hit India hard and deep. While the Urban geographies continue to struggle with the paucity of hospital beds, medicines and oxygen amongst the many other essentials and as the administrators grapple with the steps to contain the virus by imposing stricter measures to contain human congregation and movement, the condition in the rural areas are well beyond comprehension. India’s rural population have now come under the ambit of the infectionRead More
झारखंड के तीन जिलों में टीकाकरण अभियान के लिए जागरूकता कार्यक्रम में 2 लाख से अधिक घरों तक पहुंचने में सक्षम रही ISAP टीम |Read More
Risk of spread of the virus is definitely at a greater height in the rural areas. Reasons for high chances of infection spread in such areas are due to a number of factors like a limited supply of clean water, limited availability of food, low level of nutrients, ill-equipped and insufficient public health centres and district hospitals and lack of knowledge about vaccines of infectious diseases. Rural populations completely lack awareness and are exposed to very minimum preventive measures.Read More
Through the Project SAMARTHYA in 4 Blocks of Nandurbar district of Maharashtra,a COVID Vaccination awareness campaign is carried out by NSE Foundation and ISAP in the project villages. The field team is facilitating beneficiaries with registration on CoWin App for Vaccination and also doing home to home awareness campaign in project Villages.
ISAP launched a door-to-door COVID-19 awareness campaign in the Simdega district. We hope this coordinated efforts awareness, alertness, and participation through the engagement of communities, service providers; elected representatives, and the citizen will help in breaking the chain of covid-19 and reduce the infection in Simdega district in JharkhandRead More
ISAP Tejaswini project personals conducting awareness and testing drives with the support of PHC officials in rural areas of Simdega, Saraikela, and East Singhbhum.
ISAP Tejaswini project personals conducting awareness, testing, and vaccination drive with the support of PHC officials in rural areas of Simdega, Saraikela, and East Singhbhum- Jharkhand
ISAP Tejaswini project personnel conducting awareness and checking oxygen level at villages in Simdega, Saraikela and East Singhbhum in Jharkhand.
Under the aegis of the project, Elderly people are being facilitated for the COVID Vaccination in the villages of Nandurbar District in Maharashtra by NSE Foundation and ISAP.
COVID Vaccine hesitancy has emerges as a huge challenge amongst the tribal population in Nandurbar district. As a continued commitment to serve the community during these tough times, NSE foundation and ISAP continue to raise awareness on vaccination through door to door campaigns and facilitate the elderly beneficiaries in the vaccination camps.Read More