am Zakir from india. I am 22 years old and I am a student Bangladesh Covid 19 Bangladesh, the government is in a jolt to deal with the spread of Kovid-19. The majority of the population is subject to "agricultural community segregation" where everyone is confined to their home and only one designated member of the family is allowed to leave the house to buy the necessary necessities.
Our project is called Student Society
For the rich, this is not a problem. They just filled up the food and waited for it. Unfortunately, for the majority of people, this is not an option. These families survive day by day, have no savings and now have no source of income to feed them due to the current situation.
We want to help these people, especially the elderly, families at high risk and children. These fundraisers will help them gain access to food, water and other essential items to combat the epidemic. The need is so great.We have helped more than 100 families
I am working with my student community to create this project so that we can help the people of my village and the next village. So far, we have 100 families of the first batch. And provided relief packages to 50 families of the second batch. And we especially want to help these people until the end of the quarantine period of our government.
We need your support so we can get it together
Donate if you can. Our goal is to help older people (especially those raising their grandchildren), immunocompromised and disabled people, single parents and families in distress.
We will help them buy rice, pulses, water, medical supplies and essentials so that they (and their vulnerable communities) can be protected from the virus. Committed volunteers will make these purchases and deliver them to a safe place for our beneficiaries to relocate.
We are also helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 in these archives by hiring volunteers to sew masks for specific people. We will also use these funds to buy fabric for these masks. Finally, we will invest in a media campaign to encourage people to practice social distance at home, and to adopt sterilization practices.'