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CoWin Warrior Vishal

Warrior Vishal Ghosh from Mallickpur, 24 Pgs South, West Bengal, got information about the needs of a family in the area through the I-CAN Portal. He immediately contacted the help seeker, Kazi Abdul Rahim and verified his need. Kazi’s family of 5 had run out of food with no money left to sustain themselves. Warrior Vishal then ensured delivery of ration and food essentials to the family.


Mr Alok singh, a local resident of Lucknow, reached out to an NGO under the I-CAN network, called SAMARTH and shared with them the concerns of Mr. Madan Chand Sahani’s family of three members, that Sahani’s son who is the only breadwinner of the family is completely bedridden due to a kidney ailment and he is on dialysis for weeks. SAMARTH understood the pain of the family and decided to provide needed support.. They had nothing to eat, so the SAMARTH team provided them with a dry ration kit having 5 kg wheat flour, 5 kg rice, 2.5 kg yellow lentil, 1 kg salt, and 200 ml of mustard oil. After getting ration they gave blessings to the NGOs volunteers with tears in their eyes.


SAMARTH (Society for Advancement of Resourceless by Training & Handholding), a local NGO working in Uttar Pradesh, registered under the I-CAN Network, decided to provide for assistance to the poor workers and labourers hit by the Covid induced lockdown. In their food distribution drive, Mr Pravesh Dwivedi, the head of the NGOs met with an old lady who had not had food for quite some time. She used to sell lemons from the local food market to sustain herself, but couldn’t do that in the lockdown. The NGO decided to help and provided her with a ration kit having 5 kg wheat flour, 5 kg rice, 2.5 kg yellow lentil, 1 kg salt, and 200 ml of mustard oil. So far, they have helped 750 such people in need.

CoWin Warrior Kulbhushan & Jayvardhan

The CoWin network registered the need of Chamkaur Singh, an engineering student studying at Bhopal, originally from Sonagiri. Chamkuar’s father ran a small vehicle’s repairing shop in Sonagiri. For the lockdown, Chamkaur singh and his brother living in a rented flat were not receiving remittances from home, their landlord, a retired BHEL employee living with his wife and indeed a gentleman, was supporting the two brother initially since the lockdown had begun but even he was now finding it hard to arrange basic necessities. Our team of warriors in Bhopal led by Veer, Chiman, Jayvardhan, Kulbhushan and others delivered ration and other essentials to the two boys in a day’s time.

CoWin Warrior Dhananjay

In Jagriti Nagar, Gotegaon M.P, many poor families of daily earners were sustaining the lockdown by consuming just grains as they couldn’t afford to buy other essentials to cook. Cowin warrior Dhananjay from Gotegaon was made aware of their condition. Soon enough their dire condition was made known to the local public representatives and social workers. By coordinating efficiently and with institutional support, it was ensured that vegetable packets were distributed, door to door, to 25 families in Jagrit nagar.

CoWin Warrior Subodh

Mr. Natranam Maharana is one among 70 poor labourers from Orissa, currently staying near Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Vidyavihar. These labourers did not have any money left to buy food or ration cards to get ration from govt stores. Co-Win warrior Subodh Dharaskar was apprised of their situation. Subodh with assistance from his friend and fellow Co-win Warrior, Amit Chavan connected Natranam Mahajan with an NGO by the name Bhavyata Foundation working near Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and VidyaVihar. Their efforts made sure that these 70 poor labourers receive food kits and ration and are able to feed themselves during this hardship.

CoWin Warrior Dhananjay

Our Cowin Warrior Dhananjay Gotegaon city, Narsinghpur M.P was contacted by his friend Sanjay over social media. Sanjay was in immediate need of medicines for a relative with a heart condition. Warrior Dhananjay immediately contacted a person in his network from Jabalpur, where the same medicine was available. Within 6 hour the medicine was brought from Jabalpur to Gotegaon town and delivered to Sanjay.

CoWin Warrior Tamal

Tamal Kishore from Moubhandar, East Singhbhum, Jharkahnd was concerned about the hardships that many rickshaw pullers and daily wagers in his area were having to face because of the lockdown. His friend told him about the I-CAN portal, he immediately joined the network and started working as a warrior. By identifying resources and coordinating with the local administration he ensured that cooked food was served to 115 people of the community who needed it in the lockdown.

CoWin Warrior Ramashish

Our Cowin warrior Ramashsish from Mosaboni block, East Singhbhum, Jharkhand noticed that many poor in his area were having to go hungry and were also being exposed to the virus because of not having proper shelter. He immediately entered their need on I-CAN and got to work, collecting resources to procure grains, masks and soap for the poor and distributing the same to around 60 people in need in that area.

CoWin Warrior Anirban

Many families of daily earners and casual labourers in Jorasanko, Kolkata were left with no means to earn and get food in wake of the COVID lockdown. Their plight was informed to CoWin warrior Anirban in Kolkata. He got in contact with Mr Sunil Harsh, President of Jorasanko Nabayubak Sangha. Mr Sunil and local youth volunteers of his organisation started work in the area distributing around 70 food packets daily since the lockdown. The coordination between his volunteers and our warriors ensured that these people were fed. Mr Sunil Harsh has also extended assistance to the people in the area by arranging ambulances, medicines for those in need and delivering groceries to senior citizens in the area, so far serving 563 people.