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From the Field.. – Uttarakhand

From the Field.. – Uttarakhand

In the mountains of Chamoli, Uttarakhand !!
This is first time in the last many years when even Uttarakhand has also seen such big reverse migration .. To know more about works & to donate, do visit https://goonj.org/support-covid-19-affected/

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Not Just a Voice!

Not Just a Voice!

LET’S BE THE HOPE WE WANT TO SEE IN OTHERS
“COVID-19 is a crisis, yes…But, it’s also an opportunity for us to build society anew. Not ‘for’ the people…but, ‘with’ the people. And in the process, we will build ourselves too.”
Anshu Gupta, Founder-Director, Goonj

#RahatCOVID19 #Goonj Anshu Gupta

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From the field – #RahatCOVID19 West Bengal

From the field – #RahatCOVID19 West Bengal

Our team, with around 7 grassroots partner organisations, local governing bodies and volunteers, has started working in the state for distribution of essentials like rations and basic utilities. We have been able to reach out in parts of districts of Alipurduar, Malda, Birbhum, Medinipur, Jhargram, North 24 Parganas, South 24 Parganas, Purulia, Uttar Dinajpur and Kalimpong,

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From the Field – #RahatCOVID19 Bihar

From the Field – #RahatCOVID19 Bihar

Bihar has seen one of the biggest reverse migration with thousands of workers, returning back in the last few weeks. Some glimpses of our work – Our teams reached out to people in 42 villages in 4 districts of West Champaran, Madhepura, Saharsa, and Buxar, reaching essential rations and basic hygiene packs, face masks, sanitizers etc.

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From the Field.. #RahatCOVID19 Karnataka

From the Field.. #RahatCOVID19 Karnataka

Some glimpses of reaching out thousands of cooked meals to family kits among the migrant labours from Bihar, UP, Assam, to Tamil Nadu and also the daily wagers and local casual workers of the closed factories in Bangalore. Also working with local grassroot organisations to reach the daily wagers, rag pickers and banjaran communities, Construction Labors and the villagers in Bangalore,

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