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Delhi Pogrom Relief Work

The 2020 Delhi pogrom, were multiple waves of bloodshed, property destruction, and rioting in North East Delhi, beginning on 23 February. More than a month after the violence had ended, hundreds of wounded were languishing in inadequately staffed medical facilities and corpses were being found in open drains. Many Muslims have remained missing. The properties destroyed were disproportionately Muslim-owned and included nine mosques, which were set ablaze by rioters. By February's end, many Muslims had left these neighborhoods. Even in areas untouched by the violence, some Muslims had left for their ancestral villages, fearful of their safety in India's capital.

COVID-19 Epidemic Relief

While things were still settling with continuous efforts on the grounds of both relief and economic rehabilitation, the global pandemic of COVID-19 reached India. The already affected individuals along with the other oppressed and marginalized communities were pushed further against the wall. As the corona virus cases in India climb, imposing a lockdown on 1.3 billion people was always going to be challenging. The movement restrictions has proven to be economically devastating for India's poor.

Smile Classes

During the entire journey of relief and rehabilitation work, we came across several kids. For a lot of them, their education was at stake. They either have lost the only earning member of their family or the source of income of the family was destroyed during the pogrom. While we were helping the elders with the legal, medical and rationing things, it was essential to bring back the lost smile on the faces of these kids. The Smile Class aims at bring them at a place away from their distress and instilling a sense of happiness in them.

COVID-19 Epidemic Relief

While things were still settling with continuous efforts on the grounds of both relief and economic rehabilitation, the global pandemic of COVID-19 reached India. The already affected individuals along with the other oppressed and marginalized communities were pushed further against the wall. As the corona virus cases in India climb, imposing a lockdown on 1.3 billion people was always going to be challenging. The movement restrictions has proven to be economically devastating for India's poor.

We Are Ready To Cover Thousand Miles To Restore A Single Smile

Spread Smile

We are a group of Research scholars and Students from various Central Universities like IIT, JNU, DU, JMI, AMU and other Professional bodies of Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers and Business Associates.