#COVIDActionCollab and Child Fund | Webinar | Emotional and Mental Wellbeing of Vulnerable Groups - Children, Adolescents, Young Women and Women in the Workplace

February 6, 2021

Covid Action Collab hosted a webinar on emotional and mental wellbeing of vulnerable groups – children, adolescents, young women and women in the workplace

The session covered the following:

  • Exclusion of vulnerable groups by their own communities in the name of social distancing
  • Challenges related to adoption of behaviour change and social norms 
  • Challenges among those those affected by mental health
  • The need for qualified professionals and counseling support in the times of the pandemic 

Please click here to access the webinar recording.

Panelists: Aekta Chanda, Dr. Nayreen Daruwalla, Dr. Rama Shyam and Dr. Rebecca Chandy


Protect 10 million most marginalized people from COVID-19

Swasti is actively partnering with grassroot organizations, coalitions of marginalized communities, community institutions, community health workers and champions as first responders; collaboratives like the #COVIDActionCollab, factories and others to reach the last mile on COVID risk assessment, Vaccine demand generation, Social Protection helpdesk & the Meal Box.



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