Connecting local responses around the world
It all started as we were expecting the second wave of Corona. Global Fund for Children (GFC) in connection with Delhi Solidarity Group did training on home-based care for different organizations helping communities to fight against the second wave. We (the Purnata team) were invited by GFC to participate in a Delhi Solidarity Group workshop.
So this gave us the joy to see that they just wanted to help their communities without them being paid. We saw this change. Maybe the first time we approached them that they might work if we pay them, but this time we were not sure about the funding, and we said to them that we do not have funds, but we can give them equipment so that they can help their communities, and they readily took those responsibilities, and they have started helping their people in the communities like doing check-ups, telling them about how they can protect themselves and their children in this time when Omicron is creating havoc in West Bengal.
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