Humanity Wins “An Aid To Humanity”

The pandemic reinforces what we already know. We can’t keep people healthy if they don’t have a roof over their head and food on the table.

Bechara Choucair, M.D., Kaiser Permanente’s senior vice president and chief health officer

Humanitarian Work by “Team Humanity wins”

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the world, its negative effects among persons affected by humanitarian emergencies are becoming increasingly apparent. High population density, limited access to preventative and curative health services, poor water, sanitation, and hygiene services, poor governance, distrust of authorities, and increasing stigma and discrimination are among the many risk factors that make the prevention and management of COVID-19 particularly challenging in such settings.

Amidst this Pandemic which requires no introduction, people are forced to refrain from coming out in public. But still, they have been constantly watching all activities through digital means right from the comfort of their smooth cotton mattresses.



Despite this chaos, we have some groups who with selflessness and hard work have made us fell short of words of appraisal by their philanthropic work.

I would like to quote one such group that has now gained huge local repo for playing their part when it comes to humanity. The team called “Humanity Wins” situated in a small town called Lalkuan, in Uttarakhand, mentions a total count of about 187 members from its Facebook page (Humanitarian Work | Humanity wins ) has worked tirelessly days and nights to provide facilities to people in the nearby localities who were facing acute shortages of essential supplies.

Apart from food drives being conducted on an almost daily basis various health check-up camps and sanitization drives are also being conducted to places that get left behind from basic amenities such as these.

Help needs “Help”

To add to the cause we had local philanthropic partners and the local administration who played an important part in the execution of this humanitarian drive.

DONT FORGET TO FILL UP THE FORM AT THE END OF THE BLOG TO SEND YOUR APPARISAL MESSAGES TO THE TEAM OR TO OFFER HELP BY ANY MEANS POSSIBLE:

To spread the word came forward the local media which played its part by spreading acknowledgment of the aim which was taken up by this team formed of students.

The sitting magistrate, the local police force, doctors and all who participated in the cause also deserve a round of applause for standing up to the task which the team withheld.

The team is also thankful for all anonymous and identified donations done by people to show their support for the cause.

CliCk Here to Go to Team Humanity Wins Facebook Page

Take a look at the team’s work via some Video Logs,

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  1. Rajnesh Kumar Gangwar

    बहुत धन्यवाद आपका जोशी जी भाई साहब 🙏। आपका आशीर्वाद व मार्गदर्शन हमें सदैव मिलता रहेगा ❤️🙏

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Humanity Wins “An Aid To Humanity”

The pandemic reinforces what we already know. We can’t keep people healthy if they don’t have a roof over their head and food on the table.

Bechara Choucair, M.D., Kaiser Permanente’s senior vice president and chief health officer

Humanitarian Work by “Team Humanity wins”

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the world, its negative effects among persons affected by humanitarian emergencies are becoming increasingly apparent. High population density, limited access to preventative and curative health services, poor water, sanitation and hygiene services, poor governance, distrust of authorities, and increasing stigma and discrimination are among the many risk factors that make the prevention and management of COVID-19 particularly challenging in such settings.

Amidst this Pandemic which requires no introduction, people are forced to to refrain themselves from coming out in public. But still they have been constantly watching all activities through digital means right from the comfort of their smooth cotton mattresses.

Despite this chaos we have some groups who with selfless and hard work has made us fell short of words of appraisal by their philanthropic work.

I would like to quote one such group that has now gained huge local repo for playing their part when it comes to humanity. The team called “Humanity Wins” situated in a small town called Lalkuan, in Uttarakhand, mentions a total count of about 187 members from its Facebook page (Humanitarian Work | Humanity wins ) has worked tirelessly days and nights to provide facilities to people in the nearby localities who were facing acute shortages of essential supplies.

Apart from food drives being conducted on almost daily basis various health check up camps and sanitization drives are also being conducted to places which gets left behind from basic amenities such as these.

Help, needs “Help”

To add to the cause we had local philanthropic partners and the local administration who played an important part in the execution of this humanitarian drive.

DONT FORGET TO FILL UP THE FORM AT THE END OF THE BLOG TO SEND YOUR APPARISAL MESSAGES TO THE TEAM OR TO OFFER HELP BY ANY MEANS POSSIBLE:

To spread the word came forward the local media which played its part by spreading acknowledgement of the aim which was taken up by this team formed of students.

The sitting magistrate, the local police force, doctors and all who participated for the cause also deserve a round of applause for standing up to the task which the team withheld.

The team is also thankful for all anonymous and identified donations done by people to show their support for the cause.

CliCk Here to Go to Team Humanity Wins Facebook Page

Take a look at the team’s work via some Video Logs,

Click Here to go back to BloggerJoshi Home Page

For any Suggestions, Appraisal messages or Donations you can Submit your query by filling up the form Below:

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