During the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, The Chahal Foundation has donated (as part of its disaster relief efforts) N95 masks, rapid test kits, personal protective equipment, and life-saving devices such as ventilators, to hospitals across the globe. Through this initiative, it has also built a vast trusted procurement network.
The foundation has extended its procurement network to local state and central governments to stockpile for their own needs. Our alliance now includes 13 governments and 50 global manufacturers. The supply-chain chaos has further devastated the global markets as the surge in immediate demand has caused many countries to be ill-prepared for dealing with the virus. This has caused, in many instances, governments to out-bid one another. Our vast procurement network has helped them procure supplies quicker and save immediate lives. Allowing, governments to work with trusted sources and avoid bidding against one another.
As soon as community transmission was confirmed across India, The Chahal Foundation began providing testing supplies and RT-PCR kits to hospitals across Punjab.
During the second wave, the Foundation donated oxygen concentrators to public hospitals, COVID-19 treatment centers and NGOs across Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Mohali, Bathinda and Tarn Taran.
The Foundation continues to provide COVID-19 related medication to various hospitals that are in short supply.
If you are interested in collaborating on any special COVID-19 initiative with the Chahal Foundation please use the contact form to share your proposal.