CHIRAJ continues our long standing tradition of holiday giving. Once again this year we will be honoring our front
line healthcare workers for their tireless dedication during the pandemic.
CHIRAJ heads down to the Amman, Jordon again to share our LOVE with holiday gifts for the children of the Zatari Camp. The Zatari Camp is the largest refugee camp in the world.
With the evolution of the Delta variant, India faced a hospital bed and oxygen shortage. CHIRAJ opened an acute COVID-19 hospital in Chennai, providing FREE treatment to people affected by COVID-19.
Under the guidance of Dr. Rajeev Fernando (Infectious Disease Doctor USA) and Dr. Raja Siddhartha KS (Intensive Care Unit) the center offered their expert guidance in treating COVID19.
CHIRAJ partnered with the Centre for Wildlife Studies in Karnataka to adopt PHCs in remote villages. 68% of India’s population live in villages with limited access to
healthcare that is available in the city and town.
PHCs established by the government are the focal medical centers in a rural setting. Established under the National Health Mission, they cover an average of 27 villages per PHC.
CHIRAJ has worked with a local NGO in Tamil Nadu, India to donate feminine hygiene products to 3 villages.
We empower more girls to stay in school and get the appropriate education they deserve. CHIRAJ provided local women a stable job. Ultimately, we set them up
for success in the competitive job market
Many refuges have stories of unimaginable horror. Refugees are mostly from Syria, Afghanistan and the African continent. More than a million people have entered Europe by boat. The journey has its obvious risks. Many refugees had acute medical problems during the boat ride when they arrived in Lesvos, Greece.
CHIRAJ supports the medical needs of these people as first responders as they are rescued from the Aegean Sea.
In February 2021, the state of Texas suffered a major power crisis, which came about as a result of three severe winter storms sweeping across the United States.
CHIRAJ worked with local communities to address the food and water shortage. We obtained a truck full of produce to help hundreds of homeless families in Dallas with food for a week.
CHIRAJ has partnered with Refugee Services Texas and has taken the lead in distributing feminine hygiene products to incoming Afghan refugee women.
Refugees need to be treated with respect and are always welcome.
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”
As part of Dr. Fernando’s commitment to mitigate social injustice, he has designed a line of clothing and masks to bring awareness to this issue around the world.
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