Surakshit Hum Surakshit Tum Abhiyaan

Protecting over 2 million Families in 112 Aspirational Districts from COVID-19

The second campaign from the Aspirational District Collaborative, Surakshit Hum Surakshit Tum Abhiyaan aims to protect 2 Million families in 112 Aspirational Districts from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 second wave.

India is witnessing the world's sharpest spike in new COVID-19 cases, and the pandemic is raging unabated in rural areas. Lack of awareness, infrastructure and deficiency of life-saving resources is putting families in Aspirational Districts at greater risk.

Overall India Data

6.09% of total COVID cases and 5.3% of total deaths are in Aspirational Districts (ADs)


India ADs
Cases 2.77 Cr. 16.9 L (ADs)
Fatalities 3.23 L 17,772
  • 70% of patients don’t require hospitalisation as they are asymptomatic with mild degree of infection
  • 20% of the cases that are mild to severe, can be managed well in community care centres

Source: www.mohfw.gov.in*

*Data changes every day

COVID-19 Relief

Campaign addresses the need of the hour – home care – to significantly reduce burden on already over-burdened hospitals

Disseminating information and building awareness about adequate home care measures in these districts will reduce the number of patients going to the district hospitals, ensuring that critical cases can be tended to at hospitals

2.3 Million patients have been supported in 112 Districts

1,984,741 of people got vaccinated in 112 Districts


1 Lakh

Volunteers

1000+

Local NGOs

112

Nodal Officers

View video here for campaign model and scale

Covid Care Centres

100, 30-bedded COVID Care Centres, adhering to national guidelines, arebeing set up at block level in 25 districts. These will be dedicated spaces for COVID positive, asymptomatic, or mildly symptomatic cases to be isolated and cared for in a well-ventilated space with essential facilities.

Home Care Support Campaign in a nutshell

2,41,695 of patients have been supported in 112 Districts


112

Districts

1143

Blocks

1 Lac +

Volunteers

1000+

Local NGOs

112

Nodal Officers