HELP Most Affected Families in the Lockdown and Covid-19


  1. People in slums, remote rural areas, the marginalised, the migrants, are the most vulnerable in terms of health, hygiene, basic sanitary, food and essentials
  2. The lockdown has created hardship for the informal sector workforce, marginalised section and the socially and economically backward sections including daily wage earners, domestic workers, street vendors, rickshaw pullers, drivers, delivery persons, small and medium businessmen, many lost their jobs and suffer due to lack of food and essentials.
  3. Frontline workforce and communities (medical and other support staff AWW, ASHA, ANM) are also more vulnerable to infection and poor hygiene.
  4. Migrant labourers in the state and outside the state have poor living conditions, no earning due to lockdown and no transport facilities to come back home and also great risk of infection of Covid19
  5. Adolescent girls are at risk of hygiene and reproductive health and more vulnerable to exploitation, harassment and gender based violence during pandemic and dire economic condition. 

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