Please see the message below from three of our Class of 2019 Graduates, who have initiated an incredible project to provide surgical masks to villagers in rural India.
We hope you are all staying safe during this time. The coronavirus pandemic has been one of the most devastating health crises in recent memory and the effects are even more devastating for countries with insufficient access to personal protective equipment such as surgical face masks. After being unable to return to university we wanted to find a way to help communities most affected by Covid-19. In response, we — Emily Brenker, Ariane Morales and James Hall — have created the Raabta Project to tackle this issue in the Indian rural villages, Dhaura Tanda Nagar and Thiriya Nizawat Khan. We have partnered with a certified manufacturer to produce 100,000 surgical masks. In order to put this plan into action, we have set a goal of raising a minimum of £3990 (equivalent to 33,990HKD). It would mean a lot to us if you could contribute to our cause by donating via the link below as well as spread the word about our project to any family and friends.
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
Thank you for support,
Ariane Morales, Emily Brenker and James Ryuji Hall
For more information: https://raabtaproject.wixsite.