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EMERGENCY #O2FORINDIA Help India breathe

#O2FORINDIA
Help India breathe

India is facing a second major pandemic wave of Covid-19

The coronavirus variant is spreading across the country and neighboring states, with dramatic consequences and thousands of cases every day. The situation has rapidly deteriorated due to the lack of oxygen and medical equipment in hospitals.

Help us solve this dire problem by donating and sending oxygen concentrators and medical equipment to the hospitals that need them the most in India. Every single donation goes towards pure oxygen that will save an actual life.
Begin now and SAVE A LIFE!

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Oxygen is essential to prevent the worsening of the health conditions of patients affected by Covid-19. The timely administration of oxygen helps reduce pulmonary complications and consequently, admissions to intensive care.

To date, oxygen production in India is not fast enough to meet all the demands from hospitals. Larger facilities have centralized production. But smaller hospitals do not. And reaching the hospitals is not easy, given that the transport of oxygen cylinders involves risks and can only be carried out by India’s inadequate road infrastructure, which is highly damaged.

A quick and effective solution to save lives is oxygen concentrators.
These essential medical devices allow the self-production of oxygen by filtering the outside air. They are portable anywhere and do not need to be refilled with oxygen.

For this reason, I Saved A Life has chosen to lend its support to saving lives by organizing the distribution of oxygen concentrators to hospitals in India.
Every breath counts.
It is what gives us life.

Help us send oxygen concentrators to hospitals in India that need them the most.

I SAVED A LIFE has established a strong collaboration between our medical expert in Italy, Dr Francesco La Rocca, and the Health Department of the Central Tibetan Administration in Delhi, in order to identify those hospitals in urgent need in India and the equipment we have to send them urgently.

In MAy 2021, we started a collaboration with Central Tibetan Administration to understand what were the most urgent needs that needed to be supported, to give relief to Tibetan refugees families during the pandemic and to locate the Indian rural hospitals in Karnataka region.

First thing we made in that moment so extremely dangerous we distributed more than 700.000 masks to Tibetan monasteries and families, and to healthcare personnel, as you can see on the video below.

In agreement with Central Tibetan Administration we have decided to help families by donating an immediate financial aid directly in the hands of the families that have been affected financially due to the pandemic, at the moment we are distributing INR 10,000 to 565 Tibetan refugee families.

By August we will be able also to distribute oxygen concentrators and medical equipment to the 25 Rural hospitals in Karnataka Region.

Our first response to the Covid crisis in India was the distribution of 700.000 masks.

How your donation will be spent?

List of the medical items India needs the most u0026amp; that I SAVED A LIFE will provide thanks to your generosity:
  • Oxygen concentrators 5 litres and 10 litres
  • Oxygen flow meters
  • Pulse Oximeters
  • Infra red thermometers
  • Non-Rebreathable masks
  • N95 masks
  • Personal Protective Equipment kits for the medical staff
    Surgical masks

To avoid inefficient use of funds and financing, we have created a supply chain, a rigorous chain of sustenance, with 6 main control steps:

  • Direct field survey of real contingent needs
  • Creation of an ad hoc project
  • Creation of a virtuous chain between the donor and the beneficiary
  • Direct distribution of aid on the field
  • Constant monitoring of the work progress
  • Reporting of the activities carried out and the objectives achieved

We make sure that every Euro donated turns into a realistic and strategic sustenance for the refugees and those in need.

Watch our virtual event

#O2FORINDIA – May 26th 2021

Event of awareness, compassion and music

On May 26, artists from around the world (Charu Semwal, Drukmo Gyal, Omar Pedrini, Alberto Fortis and more) performed to help I Saved A Life raise funds and provide oxygen to hospitals in India that need it the most.

Start now and SAVE A LIFE by watching our live event!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What happens after my donation?

After your donation, you automatically receive a receipt.
Your money is collected for the project for which you made the donation. Once we have collected enough, the project begins.
For example, if you make a donation of €50 to «Oxygen For India », and once we obtain the amount needed to send a concentrator of oxygen (€1.000), we organize the distribution to one hospital in India that needs it the most.

How can I donate?

You can donate directly on our website with your credit card here.
You can also make a donation by:

  • Paypal: www.paypal.me/ISavedALife
  • Bank transfer: send us an e-mail to info@isavedalife.charity to obtain our bank informations depending on your location.
How many people can a ration kit help?

A ration kit of €25 is created to help a family of 4 people for an entire month.
At I Saved A life, we are concerned with providing useful, dignified and culturally sensitive support, so we have created culturally appropriate ration kits for Indian and for Tibetan households.

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I want to make a monthly donation. How can I do it?

On the donation form, you can select to make a monthly donation of the amount of your choice.

Can I share the link to support the campaign with my friends?

Of course, you can share our campaign with your friends that they can join our community of compassionate givers!

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