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As we all are aware, our country had gone under strict lock-down which had affected the lives and well-being of a very large number of migrant workers in different geographical areas of the country, who were trying to reach their native villages and towns and faced multiple life threatening challenges.

After unlock, the condition is still not very positive. There is still a shortage of testing kits and protective gear for doctors and other members of medical fraternity. This is resulting in delays in adequate testing and containing the spread of virus. UHRC is continuing working as the entire country is witnessing worsened time especially by the disadvantage i.e. vulnerable groups like urban migrants, farmers and those engaged in informal sector are worse hit in India.
Many families in vulnerable pockets are still trying to line up their lives on a track in light of ensuring livelihood, earning and having food. They caught-up in debt and many other liabilities and not able to ensure continuous availability of ration if work or livelihood get affected.
The government is trying to augment the supplies and support but we are still behind what is needed. The informal workers stranded in marginalized areas are hungry and desperate to go to their native villages/towns.

About Me

To respond covid-19 team UHRC have come together with an aim to do our best for betterment of community. As we are employees in development sector, We hope and aware that we are collectively able to keep our spirits thriving and steadily overcome the big challenge that Nature has given us to remind us of all humankind being one and that Nature (and the COVID 19 virus) does not distinguish between socio-economic, caste, racial, religious groups.

We believe unless we pool our efforts, we cannot respond effectively to Covid-19 and prioritizes the most vulnerable. This is an opportunity for us to serve our people as well as duty as individuals from development sector.

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छैल बिहारी शर्मा
31st March 2021

U, H. R. C. टीम का यह प्रयास सराहनीय और अनुकरणीय है। इस कैंपेन की सफलता हेतु बहुत बहुत शुभकामनायें

Maya Ram Sharma
29th March 2021

आज के चुनौतीपूर्ण समय का सामना करने के लिए समुदाय के हाथ से हाथ मिलाने के लिए यू एच आर सी टीम का यह प्रयास सराहनीय और अनुकरणीय है। इस कैंपेन की सफलता हेतु बहुत बहुत शुभकामनायें

Rishu Kumar
29th January 2021

Keep up the good work.

Anonymous
24th January 2021

May Waheguru give you all strength

Anonymous
23rd January 2021

Anek shubhakamnayein

Anonymous
26th December 2020

Keep up the good work. Best wishes.

Anonymous
25th December 2020

Best wishes for the effort Siddharth ji.

Mr Shiv Kumar Agarwal
22nd December 2020

Keep up the good work

Ranjan Banerjee
22nd December 2020

Why is this called Tata Mumbai Marathon??

Kanupriya Kothiwal
21st July 2020

COVID-19 has induced the worst form of crisis among low income groups. Having worked alongside UHRC for 3 years, I am confident that UHRC's strategy to focus on building and nurturing foundational capacity of slum families will go a long way in helping families rebuild their lives in terms of improving food security, health, education and savings. I am confident that all team members will contribute generously to this worthwhile cause.

Neeraj Verma
17th July 2020

वर्तमान समय में समुदाय को कठिन परिस्थितियों का सामना करने  और उन्हें सशक्त बनाने के उद्देश्य में जुटी टीम यू एच आर सी को शुभकामनायें। 

Shabnam Verma
17th July 2020

आज के चुनौतीपूर्ण समय का सामना करने के लिए समुदाय के हाथ से हाथ मिलाने के लिए यू एच आर सी टीम का यह प्रयास सराहनीय और अनुकरणीय है। इस कैंपेन की सफलता हेतु अनेक शुभकामनायें। 

Siddharth Agarwal
7th July 2020

With its sensitivity towards the community it works with, Team UHRC will pool their contributions and help vulnerable families acquire food security through providing food grains for storage at household level.

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Urban Health Resource Centre
UHRC strengthens and deepens confidence, self-reliance through knowledge, negotiation skills among slum-women's groups, invests in gen-next through children-youth groups across 410,000 slum/vulnerable populations in Indore, Agra. Slum-women's groups are trained, encouraged to submit community applications/reminders to concerned departments. UHRC team stands with them in these perseverant efforts
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छैल बिहारी शर्मा
Maya Ram Sharma
Rishu Kumar
Ranjan Banerjee
Mr Shiv Kumar Agarwal
Kanupriya Kothiwal
Shabnam Verma
Neeraj Verma
Siddharth Agarwal

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