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Covid Relief - Oxygen for India

Covid Relief - Oxygen for India

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Hi all, We have some good news to share - our first deployment of Oxygen concentrators has landed in Delhi and is being deployed across the country. We are all tired, very relieved, and looking forward to many more. Also, we have collated more than 180,000 requests for OCs on our demand dashboard that is updated live here: https://charts.mongodb.com/charts-swasth-deman-data-aobsf/public/dashboards/608a951e-5a65-4419-843d-d193674b3673  

Thank you so much for your support in making this happen and we can't wait to share more with you.


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Please join us in this dedicated effort to contain the raging fire of the pandemic in India.

We are channelling our efforts through Swasth and started our own sub-fundraiser campaign to help them in their fundraising efforts. If you're looking for a way to contribute to help people in India, we highly recommend contributing to this this fundraiser to procure and distribute oxygen concentrators in India.


As of today, India is undergoing a severe second wave with the world’s highest daily cases. Hospitals and healthcare providers are running out of resources in the fight against COVID-19 and the situation on the ground is dire. Oxygen is India's most important crisis point right now. Swasth is raising funds to secure and distribute oxygen concentrators across the country, including its remotest parts.

To help please donate as much as you possibly can.


Swasth (www.swasth.app/home) is a verified not-for-profit alliance of healthcare providers who came together to coordinate their resources and response to COVID-19. They are attempting (among other things) to organise money, import OCs, and aggregate demand. They are on a mission to boost the procurement of oxygen concentrators and channel them to hospitals across the country. They now also have a vetted list of places around the country that have an urgent need and can use the OCs immediately. We’re optimistic that this collaboration will save more lives! 10,000 oxygen concentrators already secured for immediate deployment and fundraising on #ImpactGuru is currently in full-swing to increase this count. 


Oxygen is critically required to treat patients affected with COVID, many of whom require hospitalization due to fluctuating oxygen levels. However, there is a severe shortage of oxygen availability across hospitals in India. Oxygen concentrators are alternate devices to oxygen cylinders – while cylinders contain a finite amount of oxygen supply, a concentrator recycles oxygen from the air and delivers it to the patient. They can be used to manage patient requirements without looking for external sources of oxygen.


Swasth Digital Health Foundation along with ACT Grants is looking to procure oxygen concentrators and channel them to hospitals across levels of care in remote areas for COVID response and long-term health system strengthening. These oxygen concentrators can save many thousands of lives and bolster much-needed resources for hospitals. They can also be used to treat outpatients, reducing the load on hospital beds and easing the stress faced by patients. 


Swasth is looking to raise Rs.1.5 Crores to procure the concentrators and deploy the same in areas of great need. The process of distribution of concentrators will be transparent and published in the public domain so every donor can see the impact he has created. The effort has already secured 10000 concentrators for immediate deployment and is currently raising funds to procure more. 


Each high flow oxygen concentrator costs Rs. 85,000 and each low flow concentrator costs Rs 45,000.

• A contribution of Rs.45000 will procure one low-flow concentrator that can treat and save the lives of up to 900 patients with mild to moderate illness.

• A contribution of Rs. 85000 will procure one high-flow concentrator that can treat and save the lives of up to 550 patients with a severe or critical illness.


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  • - Account number : 700701717142096
  • - Account name : Hospitals of India.
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Updates(2)


#1 (01 May, 2021)

Hi all, We have some good news to share - our first deployment of Oxygen concentrators has landed in Delhi and is being deployed across the country. We are all tired, very relieved, and looking forward to many more. Also, we have collated more than 180,000 requests for OCs on our demand dashboard that is updated live here: https://charts.mongodb.com/charts-swasth-deman-data-aobsf/public/dashboards/608a951e-5a65-4419-843d-d193674b3673  

Thank you so much for your support in making this happen and we can't wait to share more with you.


#2 (27 Apr, 2021)

Dear Donors,


Thank you for the outpour of support from all corners of India and the world. We have received requests for over 90,000+ Oxygen Concentrators from across the country. Hence, we have increased the fundraising goal and are now targeting to raise funds for the next 10,000 oxygen concentrators. The funds required for this would be about Rs 65 Cr across all platforms and sources.

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