COVID-India: Collation of all Government Orders

June 8, 2020

COVID-India is a group of activists, researchers, lawyers and students who came together to collectively track the rapidly evolving situation after the nation-wide lockdown was announced in light of COVID-19 outbreak.The central government, state governments and courts responded to the fallout effect of this lockdown by announcing different social security measures to cushion its impact on the population, particularly focusing on the most vulnerable, poor, migrants, under-trials etc.

Care for Farmers & Fisherfolks

Vrutti’s response to COVID-19

Vrutti is working with farmers, fisherfolk, and marginalised communities in selected locations across seven states.join hands with Vrutti in their  endeavour to support the communities who feed us with farm produce, fish and services that make our lives run.

The objective has been to make these orders available with a user friendly interface and summaries. The information is useful for the public at large, civil society organisations, journalists, activists, social movements and researchers to ensure that these measures are accessible to those in need and to track implementation to hold respective governments accountable.

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By enrolling you can contribute to and benefit from this collaboration. Also, do encourage other organisations and experts to join hands with us. The key benefits of being part of the collaborative is access to people, resources, financing & partnerships and the ability to make a greater collective impact.

COVIDActionCollab is not merely an aggregation of partners, but is an aggregation of capacities, through which we have developed key high impact initiatives. We have drawn upon our one year’s experience at CAC and engagement with our large constituency of partners to put together a menu of initiatives for funders/investors to support which will save lives and livelihoods, and enable vulnerable communities to 'bounce forward’. Support these initiatives to build resilient communities