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  • Corona relief - Lockdown Period, 16th May, Delhi and Uttarakhand
    In order to stop the migration of labourers, the organization is putting the best foot forward. Besides groceries, 275 litres of milk is distributed daily in the industrial area of Samaypur and the adjoining areas. Families with children and pregnant women are selected as primary beneficiaries. The organization has extended this help in the remote areas of Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand district.

    Besides, Non-Covid care program Project SAHARA- (Special Assistance for Healthcare in Areas of Ravaged Abode) to give medical assistance and free medicine to the needy has also been started.

  • Corona relief - Lockdown Period, 27th March Onwards, New Delhi
    Ever since the lockdown was introduced in Delhi, Karuna Prem decided to do something for the cause. There were many challenges ahead. Besides fighting the disease, the first and foremost challenge was the survival of the daily wagers who would go jobless and away from their family. Henceforth, the organization started planning and came with the best foot forward.

    We arranged curfew pass for transportation and collected groceries from a few known wholesalers. Made a survival kit of flour, rice, pulse, sugar, salt, chilli powder, mustard oil and a soap. All this was ready by 27th and on 28th we started the distribution. Around 50 to 60 packets of groceries are being distributed every day. Awareness drive with distribution of masks and sanitiser is a regular feature at Patliputra Nursing Home. People are taught the preventive measures to be taken, right technique of hand wash, importance of social distancing and isolation. They are advised to stay home.

    In order to avoid crowd, Dr Chadha started with online medical assistance to the needy people. Whenever it's urgent, they are allowed to visit nursing home for consultation after taking an appointment.

  • 23rd December to 25th December 2018 and 2019, West Bengal
    Karuna Prem in association with Universal Peace Center organised a three day medical camp at Lachipur in Ghatal district of West Bengal where 350 and 750 patients consulted various specialist doctors.
    From Karuna Prem, Dr A. K. De, Dr. Shipra Guha from London, Dr Bose from Australia, Dr Sandeep Bhasin from Delhi and Dr Kiran Kukreja from.Delhi offered their expert advice and service whereas Dr Sangeeta Budhiraja looked after the administration.

  • 23rd December 2019, Lachipur, West Bengal
    A training Program on Healthy Eating and Menstrual Hygiene was conducted for the girls at Binapani High School, Lachipur, West Bengal.

  • 23rd May 2019, Training Program, Uttarakhand
    An Awareness Programme related to Menstrual Hygiene for the girls of Indian Army School, Lansdowne was conducted by Dr Sangeeta Paul Budhiraja.