Thanks to our wonderful E.Y.H.O. community we raised
over $7500 to rural artisanal families in Kutch
$12,000 for tour guide/driver support
India is very close to our hearts, being one of the first destinations we launched.
As Covid's latest variant ravages India yet again, our thoughts are with all Indians and particularly with rural artisans.
The hands that craft are empty. Many of their owners are no more.
E.Y.H.O. will channel 100% of funds raised to a vetted collaborative of artisanal NGOs
to provide food, health packets, raw materials, wages, and marketing support.
We chose this collaborative to partner with because, through long association,
we have witnessed first hand the results of their stellar work and extensive reach.
Regular updates click here
Direct to rural artisanal families
Reputable and established NGOs are the best vehicle for channeling funds where need is highest. Fundraising costs are low and reach is extensive. From years of close scrutiny, E.Y.H.O. chose to donate to Kutch Karuna Abhiyan and Ahilya Community Service Club (ASCS)
Reached 100,000, including 3000 rural craft artisans.
Within a few days, E.Y.H.O. community donated $5400 for the first wave of support. Thank you for your generosity! Over the next weeks, we raised $7500 in total, and another $12,000 for support for our guides and drivers in India and Uzbekistan
Work is underway to access families whose need is greatest.
Telemedicine and e-consultation
Distribution of safety equipment and monitoring devices
Awareness campaign: manage Covid, vaccine hesitancy
Dedicated vaccine camps
Your donations at work
Distribution already underway of:
basic kits comprising Oxymeter, thermometer, masks and temperature guns to over 70 village
masks and sanitisers to community members
awareness campaign: videos and audio messages
online training and orientation of volunteers
tele medicine system by Kutch Karuna Abhiyan
supply of PPE/kits to Bhujodi weaving community
ration kits to needy families
Updates from ASCS click here