Civil society members from Human Care Welfare Association to help mankind

The recent pandemic has hit mankind adversely. Humans are facing the odds in terms of job loss, hunger, medical emergency, and others. The worst-hit community is the marginalized section of society. The humans have come together to face this adversity courageously. Starting from government bodies to non-government bodies, people have joined hands to fave this situation and come out with bright colors amidst this situation.

One such non-government body named as Human Care Welfare Association has been formed by the civil society members of Delhi. Established in 2017 with a vision of Service to humanity is the true purpose of life has contributed significantly to needy ranging from corona warriors to the migrant labors during the lockdown.


Recently during the lockdown 4.0, one of the nurses in West Patel Nagar was from a reputed hospital has to quarantine herself as she was found COVID positive. Unfortunately, she was boycotted from her society because of the taboo associated and could not get essentials for herself while being in quarantine. Getting information about this situation Human Care Welfare Association visited the locality and provided her with the essentials. The team lead by Mr.Jaya - Nand was accompanied by Mr.Vinit Kumar Panchal, Gulshan Sharma, Varun Chauhan, Vipin Sharma, Shubham wherein they abided the protocol laid by the government to help the COVID positive patients who are in-home quarantine.


According to Mr.Jaya Nand - Dean, Sec of Human Care Welfare Association humanity must prevail, no matter what. He adds that the idea to come up with such civil society forum is to help the needy society members form the members of the same society who are in a better position. This is the same idea with which the Human Care Welfare Association was formed where different people from different professional and cultural background have come together to service mankind.


The other initiative that the organization has taken during the lockdown was to provide food to around 300 families in east Delhi which included a large number of pregnant women and senior citizens. This was not the only locality where such measures were taken by the organization.

Human Care Welfare Association had also provided ration and sanitary kits to the masses in localities like Loni Road, Shiv Vihar Karawal Nagar

The organization also facilitated the municipal corporation workers with the sanitary kit which had elements like towel, mask, gloves, etc

The migrant labours struggling to go back to their homes on NH24 and Anand Vihar terminal was provided with cooked meal and fruits

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