- Laborers, along with many underprivileged people, are fighting the toughest battle for survival.
- Understanding social responsibilities, many humanitarian organizations have also come forward.
- IIMSAM's response has been exemplary in the wake of the global pandemic.
It is a grim situation in India due to the spread of the Coronavirus. Most of the Indian states have been caught by the range of viruses. The recent tally shows more than 1.3 million cases of COVID-19 in the country. Due to the spread of the disease, migrant workers are anxious and moving to their home states from the metro cities and industrial hubs. These laborers, along with many underprivileged people, are fighting the toughest battle for survival.
The central government and various state governments are doing their best to help these people. Understanding social responsibilities, many humanitarian organizations have also come forward. IIMSAM (Intergovernmental Institution for the use of micro-algae spirulina against malnutrition). Has also come forward to help the destitute.
IIMSAM Youth Goodwill Ambassador in India Ms. Naseema Arewale has distributed the food and essential items to hundreds of laborers and impoverished people in the remote areas of Goa. With lockdown extended to its fourth face, these needy people are finding it extremely difficult to manage food and essential items for themselves. Ms. Arewale not only arranges these things for them but personally visits them to distribute too. She makes sure that when the items are spread, all the precautions and safety norms are taken care of.
IIMSAM’s response has been exemplary in the wake of the global pandemic. As its goodwill ambassadors in various countries are doing their best to help the people in need. Secretary-General Remigio Maradona commented, “We are committed to continuing to deliver our assistance as much as possible during this difficult time. We are deeply concerned about the impact and disruption by COVID-19.”
“IIMSAM’S Goodwill Role Model Ambassadors are all doing it with Concrete Deeds for this is our Motto.” Youth Ambassador Arewale is one of them.” I extend my support and gratitude to all of them: Mrs. Raheela Khan (Pakistan-UAE-Lebanon) Mr. Rami el Attar, Mr. Farej Omari (Jordan), Ms. Naseema Arewale (India), Mr. Sansom O. Bolarin (Nigeria) Celebrity-Businessman Mr. Karim GharbiAKA K2 (Tunisia), Dynamic-Duo Advisers Mr. Wael Fayed and Mr. Mohamed Saad (Egypt.) Their combined humanitarianism amidst the COVID-19 crisis has been commendable. I am proud of them as they delivered to 65k + perilous lives with concrete deeds providing vital services, in doing so, elevating IIMSAM organization commitment to assist in time of crisis.”