During the pandemic, Rajagiri outREACH served the community in the best way as possible to tackle the constraints caused by the pandemic. The organization had distributed food and health provision kits, masks, sanitizers, and provided livelihood support for women, psychosocial support, and tele- counselling to the needy community by collaborating with different organizations and institutions
In response to COVID-19 pandemic, Rajagiri outREACH had distributed 2679 Food and Health Provision Kits in 1 Corporation, 5 Municipalities, and 15 Panchayats of Ernakulam District with the support of Local Self Governments, District Administration, Labour Department, Tribal, Revenue and Health Department. Food and Health Provision Kits were distributed to 2000 Guest Workers / Migrants residing in Ernakulam District and Lactogen & Cerelac were distributed to the children of 121 families of Guest Workers / Migrants with the support of ITC Rural Development Trust, Kolkata.
1,00,000 masks were purchased and distributed by Rajagiri College of Social Sciences with the support of Rajagiri outREACH and other live labs, to the public during lockdown for the prevention of COVID-19 infection.
1000 books, 800 pens and 9 TVs were distributed by Rajagiri outREACH, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences, Kalamassery, to the Kuttampuzha Panchayat tribal students referred by Tribal Development Department, Ernakulam.
Rajagiri outREACH Day Care Centre for Senior Citizens were shut down during the lockdown period, thus, face masks and102 nutrition kits were distributed to Senior Citizens’ of Kothad & Kadamakudy, Ernakulam District. Identified 90 needy women of Ernakulam District and distributed sewing machines during the COVID-19 lockdown period to overcome their financial crisis through mask making. Rajagiri outREACH in association with Fragomen and ARPAN Foundation had distributed 8 Laptops and 1 mobile phone to the needy children of underprivileged families for attending online classes.