Malayalee Association of UK joins hands with NORKA Roots to build emergency field hospital in Kerala – UKMALAYALEE

Malayalee Association of UK joins hands with NORKA Roots to build emergency field hospital in Kerala

Monday 10 May 2021 9:22 PM UTC

By A Staff Reporter

LONDON May 10: India is in the grip of COVID-19 and is faced with the worst humanitarian crisis in its history. The sheer magnitude of the Pandemic has brought unimaginable suffering to millions and there is a desperate need for medical supplies across the country. It is literally a matter of life and death. It is in such times of unprecedented challenges that the compassion and the resolve of human spirit is put to test.

Malayalee Association of UK, based in London has joined hands with NORKA Roots, a Kerala Government undertaking, to build an emergency field hospital in Kerala.

NORKA Roots was set up in 2002 to act as an interface between the NRKs and the Kerala Government. It also acts as a forum for addressing the NRKs problem, safeguarding their rights and rehabilitating the returnees.

NORKA Roots solicited the support of MAUK and it out rightly accepted the request and decided to make a meaningful contribution to relieve the suffering of families worst affected.

Since the Government of India has lifted restrictions to import medical supplies, MAUK are hoping to provide both medicinal supplies and PPE equipment to areas in dire need.

MAUK will be supporting victims in worst affected areas under the guidance of the District Collectors Office.

MAUK’s initial initiatives are to support the building of a field hospital in Pattambi in Palakkad, supply medicine and food for the needy and provide PPE & Covid Test kits for volunteers.

MAUK has requested kind hearted community members to make a contribution towards the efforts make a difference to the lives of many.

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