At InfoAnalytica, we understand that we are an integral part of a community beyond our business. Through InfoAnalytica Foundation , our efforts are focused on building sustainable, happy communities. We touch thousands of lives yearly through our interventions in quality education, preventive healthcare, heritage conservation,holistic development and , empowering women. We collaborate with academic institutions , development , and non-profit organizations to attain shared goals.
Last year has been a traumatic experience for all of us. With nationwide lockdown and migrant distress, InfoAnalytica Foundation and The Ahmedabad Project attempted to do whatever could be done in their capacity. We distributed around 4,200 Ration Kits, 4,10,000+ meals, 80,000+ cooked meals through our Community Kitchen initiative and around 700+ migrants were sent home. More than 1,100 masks and PPE Kits were distributed.
And we did not stop here. With Covid 19 second wave, we re-started our campaign continuing some of the previous year’s interventions like distribution of Ration Kits and introduced some new initiatives according to the need of the hour. The second wave came unannounced and was more destructive this time. The challenges were unfamiliar and more advanced. With shortage of oxygen beds to basic medicines, the organization put its best foot forward to reduce the adverse impact of the second wave.
We started with a doctor prescribed Immunity Booster Kit for free to anyone who was Covid positive or had mild symptoms. This kit was also given as a preemptive measure to those who could be vulnerable to Covid infections. We have distributed around 3,000+ Immunity Booster Kits so far across 8 cities in the state of Gujarat through a dedicated helpline number. Immunity kit poster Picture of beneficiary with kits
300+ cooked meals are being distributed in the slums of Ahmedabad through our Community Kitchen initiative. Daily, with the support of partnered NGOs and volunteers on the ground, we send out cooked food packs in slums and to the homeless.
We sponsored the airfare of Rahul, the security guard of Westgate Office building whose father passed away from Covid19 in a village near Kanpur. Rahul and his brother managed to make it in time to cremate their father with dignity and last rites after changing two flights to reach there from Ahmedabad.
We wanted to give rations to those who wanted to cook their own food. One kit typically contains (Aata - 3 kgs, Rice - 2 kgs, Dal - 1 kg, Haldi - 100 gms, Jeera - 100 gms, Mirchi - 100 gms and salt - 500 gms) which can sustain a family of 4 for at least 10 days. We have given 300+ kits so far.