It has been strategically implemented looking in to the projected Oxygen deficiency during the 3rd wave of COVID in the Rural PHCs and CHCs across the Odisha. The campaign focused mainly on places where oxygen help is hard to reach. ORF, in a move to Strengthen & improve the rural healthcare, supported
The COVID-19 crisis has putawful impacts on the unorganized work sector. People were left jobless and helpless. On top of that Odisha being a hub for migration also faced a severe blow during the reverse migration phase. In such situations, managing for 2 square meals was a challenge for many. Experts suggest the
ORF, through the community leaders and volunteers have been working to reduce vaccine hesitancy among the tribal communities by creating awareness through developingIEC materials in local dialects. This way we could impact over 73% of vaccine hesitant people and helped them register in the COWIN app and helped scheduling vaccination
A Micro-enterprise development and livelihood enhancement program for the women and migrants to restore their COVID-hit businesses make them self-reliant. The Swabalambi programme has been running for restoring livelihoods of the urban slums and rural migrants. Small and existing enterprises are encouraged to restart their business which has been shut due to COVID.
ORF has established over 18 nos. of digital tuition centres across the districts of Khordha, Sambalpur and Koraputfor children affected and impacted directly or indirectly due to COVID-19. These centres facilitate new-age learnings through digital means along with scientific and modern learning multisensory materials. These centres encourage learning
Odisha Rising Foundation through its flagship program – Covid Didi creates awareness about the Covid and the health & hygiene issues of women & girls by visiting each villages and hamlets. Covid Didi are the volunteers from the same villages who plays the vital role of facilitating activities that are being conducted by