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India COVID-19 Emergency Appeal

Help Christians care for communities suffering from COVID-19 and its effects.

Thanks to your generosity, Anglican Aid has sent over $250,000 to help two Christian hospitals in India care for COVID-19 patients.

 

Together we were able to provide Herbertpur Christian Hospital and Nav Jivan Hospital equipment like ventilators, oxygen cylinders, monitors, and PPE (personal protective equipment). These hospitals serve anyone regardless of race, caste, creed, religion, or financial means.

Now, you can help those who are suffering from COVID-19 and its effects in many parts of the world, not just India.

 

Find our more about Anglican Aid’s Worldwide COVID-19 Appeal here.

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Your tax-deductible gift will provide essential aid for vulnerable communities suffering from COVID-19 and its effects around the world.

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In April 2021, Herbertpur Christian Hospital had a total of 30 beds for COVID treatment and were working to bring that number up to 50. The hospital services an area with a population of 2 million people.

It is the only COVID hospital in a 20km radius.

Nav Jivan Hospital in Jharkhand State, North East India, is the only health facility with an ICU in a 150km radius. The state’s high COVID-19 death rate reflects the low capacity of the region’s healthcare systems to care for critical cases. The region has some of the highest levels of poverty in India.

With your support, Anglican Aid has sent Nav Jivan Hospital resources desperately needed to care for COVID-19 patients, including a larger ICU facility, a ventilator and an oxygen plant. The oxygen plant allowed the hospital to generate their own oxygen on-site, instead of relying on oxygen cylinders, which are in severe shortage.

Both hospitals are members of the Emmanuel Christian Hospital Association.

Covid treatment at Herbertpur Christian Hospital

Robert Kumar is the Project Director for Community Health & Development at Herbertpur Christian Hospital. He described the situation as a national emergency.

“We are facing big challenges due to overload. Hospitals are full and people are left with no choice except to put beds on the road and wait for admission.”

 

“People are left with no choice except to put beds on the road and wait for admission.”

 

Please help Anglican Aid support those who are sick and dying from COVID-19 in India by making a donation today.

 

 

Let grace flow through generosity

All donations to this appeal are tax deductible.
In the case that a fundraising appeal has received sufficient donations, any surplus funds will be used for a similar activity or an activity in the same country.


 

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In April 2021, Herbertpur Christian Hospital had a total of 30 beds for COVID treatment and were working to bring that number up to 50. The hospital services an area with a population of 2 million people.

It is the only COVID hospital in a 20km radius.

Nav Jivan Hospital in Jharkhand State, North East India, is the only health facility with an ICU in a 150km radius. The state’s high COVID-19 death rate reflects the low capacity of the region’s healthcare systems to care for critical cases. The region has some of the highest levels of poverty in India.

With your support, Anglican Aid has sent Nav Jivan Hospital resources desperately needed to care for COVID-19 patients, including a larger ICU facility, a ventilator and an oxygen plant. The oxygen plant allowed the hospital to generate their own oxygen on-site, instead of relying on oxygen cylinders, which are in severe shortage.

Both hospitals are members of the Emmanuel Christian Hospital Association.

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