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(Oxfame India , )
Shri. Ignatius Xess, was associated with Oxfam India, New Delhi. He was an executive working with them for more than 5 years. He was in the age group of 50+ and married. He died on 4th May, 2021 in the second wave of COVID-19. He has left behind wife and children.
Oxfam India, New Delhi has a Group Insurance Policy.
(PRADAN, New Delhi)
Shri. Pandit Arjun Jadav, was an executive of PRADAN, New Delhi. He was with PRADHAN for more than five years. We lost him during second wave of COVID-19. Jadav was in the age group of 20-50. He was married and leaves behind dependent parents, wife and children.
Fortunately, PRADHAN has a Group Life Insurance Policy. So, after Arjun died they were able to give a substantial financial payment to his wife. PRADAN has also provided a full-time job to his wife appropriate to her educational qualifications.
(NIRMAN, Bhubaneswar Odisha)
Shri. Subal Kumar Das, was a frontline worker of NIRMAN Bhubaneswar Odisha. He expired in Wave 1 of the COVID-19 pandemic on 13/09/2020. Das was in the productive age group of 21-50 years and he was with NIRMAN for more than 2 years. He was marriedand leaves behind his wife and dependent children.
The sad thing is NIRMAN does not have a group health insurance policy. Hence Subal Kumar’s family did not get any financial help.
Shri. Prem Prakash Sharmawas associated with CECOEDECON for more than five years. He died on 19th April, 2021 during the second wave of COVID-19. He was a frontline worker. A married man falling in the age group of 21 – 50. He leaves behind a dependent wife and children.
(Samta Khagaria , Bihar)
A village hero Shri PremVerma fought against flood for his fellow villagers in his entire life, could not rescue himself from Covid 19 and left for his heavenly abode.
PremVerma Secretary of a nonprofit organization SamtaKhagaria (Bihar) was associated with the villagers of flood affected areas in his district. He ran programs for their rescues, relief, relocation during every flood and inundation and breakage of embarkments. He helped in rehabilitation of the villagers after flood. He was one of the pioneers working towards safe drinking water to the rural families in flood affected areas.
Premji, will always be in the minds of people who recognize the value of a selfless soul.
(Abhinav Samaj Seva Mandal, Maharashtra)
Shri. Hanumant Marhari Gude, was working with Abhinav Samaj Seva Mandal in Maharashtra. He was a Frontline Worker and was associated with the organisation from 2-5 years. Hemant died in the second wave of COVID-19 on 13th May, 2021. He was in the age group of 21-50 years, married leaving behind parents, wife and dependent children.
The Abhinav Samaj Seva Mandal does not have any health insurance policy.
(National Institute of Women Child and Youth Development, Mahrashtra)
Shri. Uttam Sonbaji Kannake, was an Executive of National Institute of Women Child and Youth Development, Mahrashtra, working with them for more than 5 years. He was of 50+ years old, married man. We lost him to COVID-19 Second wave on 29th April 2021. He has surviving wife and children.
National Institute of Women Child and Youth Development, Mahrashtra has Group Health Insurance.
(Jan Seva Mandal, Maharashtra)
Fr.Diago D’Souza, was associated with Jan Seva Mandal, Maharashtra. Fr. Diago, died in the second wave. He was 50+ Christian Father and did not have a family. He was with Jan Sewa Mandal form more than 5 years. We lost an Executive of a CSO serving the society during COVID-19 on April 22, 2021.
Jan Seva Mandal, Maharashtra did not have any Group Health Insurance Policy nor any of its staff had any health insurance.
(SOS , New Delhi)
SOS Children's Villages of India, faced 9 deaths of their Executives during the Second Wave. Out of the 9 deaths, 4 persons were in the 21-50 age group, and five of them were in the 50+ age group. These Executives were five male and 4 Females. One was unmarried but all the seven were married people and one was a widow.
SOS Children's Villages of India, has a group Insurance Policy.