GIVE THE GIFT OF OXYGEN
In the past month, India has reported an extra 1.5 million new infections and record daily death tolls. It currently has 3.7 million active cases.
Hospitals are running out of beds. Crematoriums are burning bodies through the night. With oxygen in short supply at medical facilities, patients are gasping for breath, and their families – overwhelmed by grief and helplessness – are running frantically to obtain oxygen themselves.
Doctors, armed with limited resources, say the second wave of infections hit so hard that they are struggling to cope with its magnitude.
Besides food scarcity due to ongoing and continued lockdown, medical oxygen in India has been in severe shortage as the country copes with a deadly second wave of the pandemic.
We would like to invite you to take part in this campaign “Give the Gift of Oxygen.” We are sending 100 oxygen machines in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, South India through one of WorldHarvest’s community leaders who resides there.
Even your small gifts can make a huge difference!
The devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world in more severe ways than was expected and as the infection numbers shot to record highs the world economy ground to a near halt. In India, 12.2 million people have lost their jobs due to the lockdown to curb the
coronavirus. Finally on October 11th, the project officially started and each of the 150 families was given 5 sacks complete with soil, manure, seedlings, and training on how to set up and take care of their plants.
Sponsor A Child
Millions of children are forced to leave school early due to poverty. These kids have a conspicuously narrow gateway towards self-empowerment. WorldHarvest recognizes their apparent disadvantage and we aspire to help them break the chains of poverty. When Sponsoring A Child with WorldHarvest (for only less than $1 a day) you are directly breaking the cycle of poverty through the gift of education.
Where Most Needed
Your gift enables communities we serve to be able to access clean water, healthcare, nutrition, as well as empower youths and leaders in the communities with skills and knowledge to reach their full potential.