Crowd Effort by Braskem Volunteers

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Sampat Singh Bhati

$102.00 July 16, 2021

Offline collection at Wesseling site of Braskem.

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Felix Lesouef

$50.00 July 2, 2021
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Sabine Bodzian

$35.00 June 18, 2021
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Antonio Tettamanzy

$100.00 June 16, 2021
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Alexander van Veen

$100.00 June 14, 2021
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Fabian Duvenbeck

$30.00 June 7, 2021

Good luck!
My prayers for humanity in the time of this crises!

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$10.00 June 7, 2021
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$30.00 June 3, 2021
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Walmir Soller

$150.00 June 3, 2021
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$30.00 June 2, 2021
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$50.00 June 2, 2021
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Stefan Pilz

$30.00 May 31, 2021

Not much, but every Dollar counts!

The world is watching while India is being devastated by a deadly second wave of COVID-19. CITTA is well situated in Rajasthan, one of the states most highly affected.

Already struggling in poverty and lacking infrastructure, healthcare is difficult to access on a normal day for millions of families in rural areas. Day laborers and migrant workers from remote villages are left without food for their families or water for their animals to survive in the desert regions.


We have managed to provide oxygen concentrators and PPE to six rural health posts. On May 26th, we just handed over an urgently needed oxygen concentrator at Ramgarh (CHC) health post and will contribute two more units to Sam (CHC) health post tomorrow. CITTA has also committed to providing an oxygen plant for Pokhran Hospital which will make the city self-sufficient for oxygen now and in the future. That plant is meant to arrive at the end of May. Please help us keep up this pace of giving where support is needed most!
In Jaisalmer District, we have connected with a network of local leaders to ensure the right support gets to where it is needed most. Our partners Manvendra Singh Shekhawat (I Love Jaisalmer), Chaitanya Raj Singh (Maharawal of Jaisalmer), Harish Dhandev, the CDMO (Central District Medical Officer, Jaisalmer), Ashish Modi (District Collector, Jaisalmer), and Dr. Shaheen (Pediatrician) are all providing advice.


Throughout 2020, CITTA has been connecting with the Dalit (untouchable) caste community in struggling villages. We’ve been supporting them through purchasing embroideries and textiles they wish to sell for our upcoming Textile Museum at the GYAAN Center in Jaisalmer. The Dalits collect the embroideries from all the villagers in need of support.

Now that events have become far worse, we are partnering with our Dalit connections to reach out to the poorest families. We will travel to approximately 600 remote villages along the desert region of Rajasthan’s western border. Each village has approximately 500 families with 4-5 members. Out of these, 100 families in each village are in extremely desperate need. That’s approximately 300,000 people! Animals suffering from dehydration number even more.

With your support, our vaccinated staff is prepared to take on the fight against this deadly virus.