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We are in a race against time to provide humanitarian aid to India. The number of cases is increasing and it has reached more than 300,000 cases as of today. Hospitals are running out of beds and they are running out of oxygen cylinders. We want to expand India's hospital response capacities but we can only do it with your support.

Help us mitigate further exacerbation by sending:

  • Oxygen Cylinders for patients who are struggling to breathe - $185

  • Oxygen Concentrator (5MPL) - a device that filters oxygen from the air that could last for a lifetime - $1800
  • Family Medical Packs that consists of disinfectant products to protect individuals - $200

  • Urgent nutritious Food Aid Sets that could last a month to the most vulnerable families  - $75

We are giving an initial 50 oxygen cylinders, 50 medical packs, and 200 food sets. Help us raise more funds so that we could send 50 oxygen concentrators as well. The main areas that GER will focus on are Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, and other regions such as Bihar and West Bengal. Your donation will also ensure that our aid workers are safeguarded with training and PPE, as well as the smooth coordination of the project. Prevent this tragedy from turning into a catastrophe. 

And whoever saves the life of one person, it is as if he has saved the whole of mankind. (Quran - 5:32)

An alarming increment of cases & death in India

The situation is worsening, and India needs immediate international support. Last year, the World Health Organization recommended countries needed to get a positive test rate below 5% for at least two weeks before considering easing restrictions. The rate in India is now around 20%. 

Our partner has already started providing aid to the community of Uttar Pradesh but we are running out of funds and we need more support.



oxygen tanks (5 litres each)


sets of medical pack


food aid pack

(Updated May 2021)

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