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Devastating pictures of Covid-19 2nd Wave

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Cremation of COVID-19 victims at Nigambodh Ghat cremation ground, in New Delhi.
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Family member mourn the death of a COVID-19 victim
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COVID-19 patient on oxygen support waits to be admitted in Hospital,
during the second wave of coronavirus.
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Inayat Ali (R), a Muslim, along with others performs cremation of a body, at crematorium.
Inayat claims that he has cremated about 1200 bodies,
most of them being COVID-19 victims' in last 6 months.Inayat also
performs last rites of abandoned bodies following their religious rituals.
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Family members and relatives attend the last rites of COVID-19 victims.
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Family members shift a suspected COVID-19 positive patient to
Swaroop Rani Nehru Hospital, during the second wave of coronavirus epidemic in India
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A COVID-19 patient on oxygen support waits for admission in a hospital
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Attendees of a COVID-19 patient carry an oxygen cylinder,
as demand for the gas rises due to surge in coronavirus cases
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outside a mortuary of a covid 19 hospital in New Delhi.
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Volunteers install oxygen cyclinders in a 'Jeevan Rath',
a bus to support COVID-19 patients in case of emergency
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Bodies of people who died of COVID-19 are cremated at an open crematorium
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Family members mourn the death of a COVID -19 victim
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A COVID-19 patient waits for admission outside the Chest Disease Hospital
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Family members react on the death of a relative due to COVID-19
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Ambulance Man' Himanshu Kalia and his wife Twinkle help Sandeep Mitra
to perform the last rites of his wife Madhura, at Sarai Kale Khan crematorium,
in New Delhi. Madhura, a COVID-19 patient, collapsed in an autorickshaw
while she was being taken to a hospital.
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Ambulance Man' Himanshu Kalia and his wife Twinkle help Sandeep Mitra
to take his wife Madhura's body for cremation, in New Delhi. Madhura,
a COVID-19 patient, collapsed in an autorickshaw
while she was being taken to a hospital.
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Mass cremation of COVID-19 victims at Old Seemapuri Crematorium in New Delhi.
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Mass cremation of COVID-19 victims at Old Seemapuri Crematorium in New Delhi.

Covid-19 Response

 Ruby came with her son who studies at our STLC centre. She can't walk properly as one of her feet is smaller than the other. She shared that at her house nothing was there to eat. Despite of her unfavourable health conditions, she came forward to collect her ration. Her helpless situation brought tears in our eyes, that people are scared of hunger more than the fear of the virus. They really desire a strong support system. She was delighted after receiving dry ration and covid kit. She thanks us and whole team of Supreme Task a lot.

 

 

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 Vicky, our STLC student is a young lad of 11 years whose father is extremely sick at the moment. His father is a tailor, but right now he can't work and they have no one whose providing for the family at this moment of time. Vicky had to come all alone to carry the ration. The burden was not just physical, but emotional too and it was so evident on his face. Even though willing, he struggled to carry the load of groceries. Our staff helped him to take the ration to his house.

 

If Corona does not kill us, Hunger will...

If Corona does not kill us, Hunger will...

India has been put in lockdown to stop the pandemics, coronavirus.  Sure, the steps taken by Indian Government is for the betterment of mankind, but we can’t deny the deteriorating conditions of the daily wage earners. Staying at home will not be feasible for them as this remains their only source of income. We are witnessing a historical calamity like never before.

Nearly 2 million people live in slums of New Delhi, the capital city of India. They are migrant unskilled laborers from nearby States. Every sixth urban Indian lives in slums unfit for human habitation, which is a big problem for the country and now the epidemic (Corona), which terrified all the nations, but the best weapons to protect her family - isolation and sanitation – which are unreachable luxuries in the Jhuggi (Small House) they call home.

The biggest challenge these slums are going through is how to combat the struggle of living among thousands of people and earn something to at least survive.

This is the story of Kanchan who has been attending our smash hunger center, where we provide one nutritious meal to children, with her three siblings. Normally , we are in position to provide healthy and nutritious food to our children. But on account of the decision taken by the Government of India, we had to shut down Smash Hunger Centre.

“All I’m thinking about right now is how to put food in my children’s stomachs,’’ said Ram Swaroop, Kanchan’s father. The day when lockdown was announced, he had 1,500 rupees (less than $25) in his pocket and zero in his bank account, and his rent was overdue. Somwati, Ram Swaroop’s wife and Kanchan’s mother is dealing with anxiety because it’s not only the threat of catching corona virus which she is worried about, but the police forces has been beating people up if they try to move out to do something for their living. Ram Swaroop being the only provider of their household is struggling and isn’t getting any aid. He is taking care of eight members in his family and need immediate help to keep his family functioning and alive, not just because of the virus, but from dying of hunger. Ram Swaroop stated that if nothing works out the entire family will join the migrant labour exodus and walk hundreds of miles.. Our teacher who interacted with Kanchan and her family has many such stories to share.

In Smash Hunger and Literacy Centre there are over 230 children from slums whose parents are migrant labour. Their survival is based on daily wages. After the lockdown was announced in Delhi from March 24, 2020 all these families are living in uncertainty and vulnerability.

We urge you to extend a helping hand by providing basic food items as emergency relief to these needy children’s families for next 15 days till the lockdown ends.

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Supreme Task India helps our family whenever we are in need

Supreme Task India helps our family whenever we are in need

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My children can go to school with the help of Supreme Task

My children can go to school with the help of Supreme Task

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Thank you to Supreme Task volunteers

Thank you to Supreme Task volunteers

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