Mumbai: Mumbai NGO Naata Foundation founder Anuja Saha speaks to Hello Mumbai News Team on services rendered by her NGO amid lockdown due to deadly COVID-19 pandemic which has curtailed all activities to a grinding halt throwing the daily wage workers out of action and driven them to poverty in the aftermath of the lockdown.
Mumbai: NGO, Naata Foundation have spared no efforts in their activities during the almost 90 days Covid-19 pandemic induced lockdown.
Naata has almost distributed three to five lakhs meals to daily wages workers, tribal families, and homeless people who have taken shelter under the Western Express Highway Flyover of Mumbai
These people are not sure of their future and how to start their life a fresh again.
Speaking to Hello Mumbai News Team,
Anuja Saha founder says that Jayesh Bhise, Director of the NGO
daily visiting the places where these deprived and unfortunate people stay and who are finding it extremely difficult to even go in for one square meal, plus they don’t have a roof over their heads, yet they are battling with Covid-19 pandemic.
Anuja saha Chair Naata foundation
expresses her gratitude to thank all the Associate Partners of her NGO, Specially all the volunteers,
Kalpesh, Krishna, Shahil, Maruti and associates those came forward to support Naata Foundation for this cause, also Family and friends who stood up with them to help them to distribute the daily requirments such as Food, masks, and clothes to protect them From this pandemic.
Anuja Saha thanks Rotary district 3141 Rotarians friends for the major support for this cause.
Anuja Saha says they are really Happy and blessed to have her very commited team which is leaded by director for community service Jayesh Bhese .
Who’s daily seeing that no one must sleep without food.
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News Edit by K.V.Raman