ISHA Foundation supports front-line workers, tribals | Mysuru News – Times of India

MYSURU: In the fight against Covid-19, the ISHA Foundation led by Sadhguru has launched several interventions in nine districts of the state to support doctors, police, patients and nomadic families.
The foundation is involved in distributing snacks and beverages to the medical fraternity and doctors serving in 48 hospitals across the state. From Covid Care Centre in remote Santhemarahalli in Chamarajanagar district to six hospitals in Chikkamagaluru district including those located in remote areas like Koppa, NR Pura, Mudigere, district hospital in Mysuru, 26 government hospitals in Bengaluru are covered by Isha Foundation volunteers.
The foundation is also supplying ration kits to the tribal Hakki Pikki families in Chikkaballapura.
We started our activities on April 28, explains volunteers. In 9 districts of the state including Bengaluru, Mysuru, Chamarajanagar, Mandya, Chikkaballapura, Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Chikkamagalur, volunteers are involved in various kinds of initiatives to beat the pandemic under the guidance of Sadhguru.
“ISHA volunteers in Karnataka have launched Isha Covid Action supporting frontline workers, police, patients, and government hospitals. All should support the administration in whatever way they can. Beating the virus is every individual’s responsibility to the community,” said Sadhguru.
In Chamarajanagar, the foundation donated snacks and beverages to all police stations including the SP office in the city. In Mysuru seven hospitals are covered by the foundation volunteers.
In Chikkaballapur district, 550 nomadic and semi nomadic tribes were given ration kits. Now the foundation is planning to distribute 1,600 ration kits in villages in Chikkaballapur.
ISHA Foundation has supplied over 4 lakh packets till now and this service will continue till July 1, said volunteers.
Beside this the Isha foundation has also supplied medical equipment and hospital care items including ECG machines, multi parameters and other medical services equipment to the upcoming hospital in Chickballapur.

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