The COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2coronavirus is an acute novel emerging infection that has rapidly reached grave pandemic proportions necessitating a global bioethics reflection and response.
The many ethical issues that arise call for putting aside differences and collectively reflecting on ethically acceptable solutions. A bioethics and ethics of science and technology perspective, rooted in human rights, should play a key role in the context of this challenging pandemic. Millions of people are suffering from COVID-19 all around the world and 1000s of people are suffering without any income to buy vegetables or edibles to survive.
Sometimes even a small thing you can do can mean everything in another person’s life and as said by mother Theresa if you can’t feed a hundred people then just feed one. So, the project Dansala in aid of covid-19 was about collecting dry rations or essential items from club members of the 3 clubs which we partnered up with and donating it to poor families who are
unable to afford due to covid-19 and emailing us the pictures to rise as one family and to make at least a difference and help everyone out in this pandemic. Clubs did an immense job of collecting all these dry rations from all the wonderful people who were happy to help us give something back to these unfortunate families affected with and from the virus around the world.
The objective of the project was to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19 and to strengthen national health systems and economical systems by helping poor families survive. Together as one world, one family to help each other no matter what race, creed or culture to help each other and overcome this virus which has spread around the world.