Labourers, landless farmers need your help. Don't forget them in this time of crisis
By Shramik Bharti

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Thousands of labourers, small and landless farmers in the villages and urban slums of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh are badly affected by COVID19 and ensuing lockdowns. In addition to death, devastation and struggle for two square meals a day, they face the biggest challenge of supporting their families in the long run with the loss of income sources. Amid such a situation, Shramik Bharti has supported over 1500 families with dry ration and hygiene kits. But now they need to create income opportunities for 500 COVID19 affected families. They cannot succeed without your help. Join their effort to restore livelihood.

Before they could even recover from the horrible experiences of the first COVID19 wave and ensuing lockdown in 2020, the onset of deadly second wave of the pandemic has once again ravaged the life of daily-wage labourers, small producers and landless farmers across the country. Lack of awareness about COVID19 appropriate behaviour, scarcity of vaccination and absence of healthcare facilities to manage COVID19 patients have worsened the situation. 

The condition in villages and urban slums of Uttar Pradesh and Punjab are no diff

Thousands of labourers, small and landless farmers in the villages and urban slums of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh are badly affected by COVID19 and ensuing lockdowns. In addition to death, devastation and struggle for two square meals a day, they face the biggest challenge of supporting their families in the long run with the loss of income sources. Amid such a situation, Shramik Bharti has supported over 1500 families with dry ration and hygiene kits. But now they need to create income opportunities for 500 COVID19 affected families. They cannot succeed without your help. Join their effort to restore livelihood.

Before they could even recover from the horrible experiences of the first COVID19 wave and ensuing lockdown in 2020, the onset of deadly second wave of the pandemic has once again ravaged the life of daily-wage labourers, small producers and landless farmers across the country. Lack of awareness about COVID19 appropriate behaviour, scarcity of vaccination and absence of healthcare facilities to manage COVID19 patients have worsened the situation. 

The condition in villages and urban slums of Uttar Pradesh and Punjab are no diff

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