Compared to other Indian states, Kerala has successfully shown appreciable resistance to the spread of coronavirus to an extent. Though the social awareness and responsibility of the people of Kerala who extended their solidarity with Lockdown has become a factor for resisting the spread of this pandemic, the dedicated work of our frontline corona warriors has contributed immensely, which received international attention and appreciation. They were never hesitant to offer their noble service out there in the field even in this harsh summer. On the eve of March 27, 2020 our honourable chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan, in his press conference has mentioned the difficulties faced by the Police and other frontline workers due to the scarcity of drinking water, and has requested the public to help those in need of water in their own localities. Being witness to this press conference, there arised a question in us, on ‘what we can do’ from our side to solve this problem. We, a group of friends working in different fields collaborated and unified our expertise in distinct areas, to come out with a solution to this by an initiative called “Jala”.
Everyday we are delivering more than 2500 bottles of water to corona warriors, free of cost. The cost of delivering 1liter of water is about 10 rupees which we expect to collect from the public as donations and contributions. “Donate a Bottle” aims to encourage people to donate drinking water, to police and other frontline workers, and become a part of this historical warfare. Jala volunteers make sure that your contributions are delivered to our soldiers efficiently and free of cost in no time. Jala app also publishes the details of such contributions along with the number of bottles delivered which encourage trust and transparency among the stakeholders. We will be able to continue this only through your generous contributions.
COVID19 പോരാളികൾക്ക് കുടിവെള്ളം എത്തിച്ചു കൊടുക്കുന്ന പദ്ധതിയിൽ പങ്കാളികളാകൂ.