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The Wales TUC is supporting calls to help India’s most vulnerable communities as they face an overwhelming coronavirus surge.

In India, a second wave of coronavirus is having a devastating impact. With hospitals overrun and oxygen supplies falling short of demand, thousands of people are not able to receive potentially life-saving treatment. Several cities have imposed lockdowns and curfews, which have a knock-on effect for people’s livelihoods, with the poorest and most marginalised communities being hit hardest.

DEC member charities have a long history of working with the most vulnerable communities in India and, together with their local teams and partners, they are playing a critical role in supporting the country’s health services, assisting efforts to slow the spread of the virus, and providing further help/assistance to the most vulnerable households.

DEC-funded aid delivery will include medical supplies, treatment facilities and logistics assistance to support India’s health system, as well as helping vulnerable families protect themselves from the virus with water, soap, handwashing stations and information.

Please donate to the DEC now to help the most vulnerable people in India as they face a devastating coronavirus surge.


Phone: 0370 60 60 900

SMS: Text SUPPORT to 70150 to donate £10. 

Post: Send a cheque to DEC Coronavirus Appeal, PO Box 999, London EC3A 3AA.

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