The response of the families who got the kit was overwhelming

“The fear of how we are going to survive 21 days without food was more than the virus killing us…. So so happy and grateful to the

South Asia Access team for the provision. Thank you,” said Nabi Sab.


“This is God’s work, I just received rice and wheat from the government but I was in need of other groceries. Just in time, South Asia Access team gave a bag of supplies that will last for a month. I am very very happy. God bless South Asia team,” expressed Baneppa, a visually-impaired man.

“In risky and critical conditions, you came to provide for our need, to wipe our tears,” said Laxamavva with tears of gratitude. “We don’t have money because we don’t have work…everything became so uncertain suddenly. In a time such as this, you provided our bread to live. Thank you for your concern,” said Jaipal from Adnur village.


Ratna, a young mother of a child with special needs expressed her gratitude, “I have no words to say how happy I am,” she said.

The struggle continues to contain the virus, to treat and save as many as possible. People continue to struggle for everyday needs; the uncertainty continues to haunt the minds of the people leading many to depression and suicide.

South Asia Access continues to seek and pray for those suffering physically and emotionally not only in India but throughout the world. Our hearts continue to cry out to God for healing and protection of those infected and for the health workers who tirelessly are giving their all. We are so grateful to all who came forward to join hands with us to bring hope, healing and a smile during this time of hopelessness, depression and fear. But there will be much more need ahead as we help people with disabilities and their families rebuild. Please continue to pray!

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