Relief materials including 15 oxygen concentrators reach civil hospital, Nuh
In order to address the second wave of the virus that is rapidly penetrating rural pockets, S M Sehgal Foundation (Sehgal Foundation) with support from Mosaic India Pvt. Ltd. has provided 15 oxygen concentrators to Al-Aafia General Hospital, Mandikhera, Nuh, Haryana, to treat patients who need oxygen. In addition, 10,000 gloves, 1000 PPE kits, 10,000 masks and 1000 litres sanitizer has been provided for the civil hospital, Community Health Center, Taoru, and Mandikhera, for the safety of doctors and nursing staff. Chief Medical Officer, Nuh, Mr. Surendra Yadav received the supplies yesterday. Mr. Dhirendra Khadgata, IAS, District Magistrate, Nuh, flagging off the truck loaded with materials from his office in the presence of Sehgal Foundation’s on-ground team, shared his gratitude to Sehgal Foundation and Mosaic India for extending help in these difficult times.
In view of the pandemic situation, hospitals and doctors are struggling with the lack of medical equipment, and this support is attempted to ensure safety of the administration and staff engaged in serving COVID affected patients.
The Sehgal Foundation has been working for sustainable rural development for over two decades and we are committed to not allowing the COVID emergency to harm the momentum of programs that are making a real difference. Sehgal Foundation’s rural development efforts have reached over 1000 villages across 34 districts in ten states impacting 2.5 million people. Visit www.smsfoundation.org
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